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    Thanks for the compliment, I am very grateful.

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    Wow Bogie, what amazing images! I have so many ideas for my campaign maps...

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    A couple of house roofs, I don't think I ever posted these here before ( but I could be mistaken )

    Mapping Elements, Starting with Preset Tables and Chairs-house1-slate26-1_bg.pngMapping Elements, Starting with Preset Tables and Chairs-house3-slate26-3_bg.png

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    These resources are so awesome that it made my stomach turn. Rep!!!

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    Do you happen to have more of these houses somewhere? They look great for some city-mapping Perhaps a wall/gate element?

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    Thanks, Glad you like them.

    Most of the the houses I made are posted at Dundjinni Forums, this link will take you to that post.

    Dundjinni Mapping Software - Forums: New Buildings wood & slate shingle roofs

    I never made a Wall/Gate element, but this link will take you to a great set made by TheSim

    Dundjinni Mapping Software - Forums: Modular City Walls

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    Thank you! I will have a ton of fun with these!

    They will help me tremendously

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    Absolutely awesome houses Bogie.

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    Here's a simple wall I made. Should be able to chop it up easy enough. Textures are from one of the sites you mentioned .

    Mapping Elements, Starting with Preset Tables and Chairs-long-wall-full.png


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    I could of textured the right and left side for added realism. Didn't think of it until just now. Will catch it later when I've got more time.
    I also left the strokes bold, I like the way it makes the object kick.

    After seeing some of your work, I'm motivated to get down on some serious texturing. Though, some of the angles you can hit while texturing are crazy, such as on your houses. I'd love to see the PDF of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chargeit View Post
    Though, some of the angles you can hit while texturing are crazy, such as on your houses. I'd love to see the PDF of them.
    Nice work Chargeit.

    Did you mean you would like to see the Photoshop PSD file? If so, I don't really know what I'm doing with Photoshop and I usually just throw stuff together and play with it till I like how it looks. Lots of trial and error - cut and paste. I don't often think of saving the .psd file, just the png file at the end.

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