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Thread: Into the Mines - an dungeon map in 3/4 perspective

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    Excellent mapping, though it's probably too late, my humble suggestion would be to lighten the floor grid lines a teensy bit, that way the rooms, halls, and stairs would be more dramatic in not competing with the grid for the eye's attention.

    Bravo on the effort so far!
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    This has really shaped up to be a wonderful map!

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    I am amazed, I always admired the isometric style. I never got the hang of it, so I settled for cross-sections and areal view. But again. I like this map! Very good job.

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    I really like the isometric style too, but i don't understand how you present it to the players. Do you use a vtt? Or just pen&paper? You cover the rooms they haven't still discovered or you let them see the entire dungeon as they enter it? It could be a great way to do a map, but i'm still not sold on the working side of it.

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    I just found this and I wanted to say bravo. It looks great. The words are a little hard to read due to the light coloring but that might be just fine as they don't overwhelm the map. I look forward to the tutorial.
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    Rep for you for this wonderful and inspirering dungoen! You have made me think hard and start a dungoen map of my own.
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    A great map as usual. Really like the border !! Into the inspiration folder !!
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    I just love iso dungeon maps. Iso mapping is a force to be reckoned with. Saved and repped.

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    Excellent job and great to see the progression, too! Thanks!

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    This map is awesome looking! I guess I just have one question, how will it be played on? Is this a map for your reference? Will this be something that you actually print out?

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