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Here are a number of fully rendered buildings that I used in my Temple of Ka Mon Ra Module. Also I will include a few of my textures that I made in photoshop during the weekend.
Everything that I'm posting here is free to use without any limitations. Now I'm going to show you a number of textures that I made in Photoshop last weekend.
Please Enjoy and use these elements with your own maps if you wish to do so.
More to Come Please Stand By!
These are really great. Are you able to get the renders without any perspective on them as they would look a little warped when more than one were placed next to each other from having multiple viewpoints for the items.
I'll add some rep tho...
Each Building is a 3D object being viewed from above. So the perspective on each building maybe a little off from each other. But they look great together on a map.
Here are a few more textures that I created in Photoshop using some online Tutorials!
I'm currently looking for some of these items so thank you very much!
Can you post the objects without the black background though? I can probably remove the background with PhotoShop's background eraser, but since there are black areas in the objects themselves it will be rough.
Regarding the renders, if you use a top down orthogonal camera that would remove the perspective and make them a little less jarring when rotated at different angles.
RPMiller, use the Magnetic Lasso and trace around each building and then copy it to your clipboard to be used in your map. Okay, I hope this helps a little. Now back to my Doctor Who Marathon....
Yea, I'm fully versed in most PS techniques. I would likely use the Pen rather than the lasso much more accurate in my opinion and doesn't have aliasing issues. Was just hoping you could save everyone some time by rerendering. I was actually more interested in the Palm Tree than the buildings. Which season of Doctor Who are you watching?
I cleaned up the palm tree a little. It needed just way too much work to make it as perfect as I would like, but it will do for now.