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      Diveguy is offline
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    Love the artwork I'm seeing from others, and wanted to share one of my few projects that is (nearly) complete. It's for my homebrew D&D setting, and has been updated several times over the years as I've moved & switched players and games. Please feel free to share any comments and thoughts.
    The original is done in CC3 - saved as a jpeg for access.



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      woomia is offline
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    Very nice!

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    looks good, a little small, but it looks like you've got a nice mix of stuff in there
    Next time you upload an image to the guild, I'd recommend using the "go advanced" button and using the image uploader there. That way we don't have to see an add - and if you ever change image service or it closes or etc etc - the image will still be on the guild server
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    Interesting way to use CC3 .... It's great to see people who use CC3 and can get a hand drawn feel out of it.

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      Diveguy is offline
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    Thanks for the replies and input - hopefully I'll have time to do more soon and post something.

    And I was specifically going for the hand-drawn effect; both for my own enjoyment and to use as player handouts. Glad others like it as well.

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