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    Map January/February Lite Challenge Entry: The depths of Three Hills Cave

    My first try at a mapping challenge - and my first time that I'll be modifying the map digitally instead of doing it all by hand.

    Here's the raw scan after 50 minutes of mapping (low res version, high res will appear as I get close to finished).

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    Welcome to the Arena of map Challenges! This looks very nice and I for one look forward to seeing how you progress with it.

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    I love the shape of the cave/dungeon system. Looking forward to see what you do with it

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    Here it is again after 20 minutes of post-production in Photoshop.

    I *think* it's done.

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    I actually like the one without the hatching pattern. The pattern is useful for small caverns as it lends some extra punch but I don't think it's necessary here. Just my opinion, though, but it looks great.
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    Very cool. once again I tip my proverbial hat to another person who can draw..
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