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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogie View Post
    Took this picture of a chair while my wife was shopping. multiple colors for you.

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    Nice, I like them!



    Here is something I worked on today, a large, imposing staircase...
    I got the carpet from somebody on Dundjinni, but I am not sure who...

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    Thanks, nice staircase.

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    A member asked me how I make my doors.
    Sometimes I erase a gap in the wall and paste in a door. Here are some examples of that:
    Mapping Elements, Starting with Preset Tables and Chairs-doors-sample1.jpgMapping Elements, Starting with Preset Tables and Chairs-doors-sample2.jpg

    Lately I have also been using pre-made thresholds and pasting them over the wall. then I paste the door onto the threshold. or I put the door onto the threshold first and then they both resize at the same time. I also have pre-made windowsills-windows.

    Mapping Elements, Starting with Preset Tables and Chairs-doors-sample3.jpg Mapping Elements, Starting with Preset Tables and Chairs-doors-sample-window1.jpg

    Here are some of the components I use for this:
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    Thanks Bogie! The threshold thing is exactly what I was looking for ^_^
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    U R Welcome, These were designed for use with Dundjinni which makes it easy to drop them on a wall, resize & erase to fit. But if you are reasonably good with working with layers, then GIMP and Photoshop should work just as well.

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    I have been slacking on my creation duties, so I stayed up late and finished this:

    A new preset Wizard's Conjuration work table

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    Last edited by Bogie; 03-29-2014 at 02:52 AM.
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    This is one of your best in this series. I particularly like the straw, chest, grate, etc. on the floor beneath the work table.
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    Thanks Mark.

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