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    Here is an abandoned Dwarven outpost I am working on. I started it, a almost everything thing else I do as something to just try out and figured out "hey, I can use this for something!". Sooo... it will end up going into my underground campaing as one of the outposts between the inhabited city and the western gate. I might also put in some type of quest item in there somewhere, perhaps one of x "keys" to unlock the gate seals or some such stuff....

    The large square room was a training room/dining hall and the other large room was a holy sanctum. I will be putting some stuff into it (doors, etc) once I figure out what kind of creatures should be there (most likely goblins or orcs.)
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    Looks nice, hope we get some more.
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    Cool stuff JFJr!
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    Cool! What software did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woekan View Post
    Cool! What software did you use?
    Pretty sure he uses GIMP...
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobA View Post
    I really like that rock wall texture! Where is it from?

    -Rob A>

    I "believe" all of the textures I used are from Genetica Viewer. I KNOW the 3 other than the "wall" ones are various renders from Genetica, but am pretty sure the rock wall is also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfrazierjr View Post
    I "believe" all of the textures I used are from Genetica Viewer. I KNOW the 3 other than the "wall" ones are various renders from Genetica, but am pretty sure the rock wall is also.

    Yep, its called Mountain Faults in the Terrain, Rocky category.
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    What this looks like to me is a huge flat square space that somebody excavated ... and then the occupants came in later and partitioned it. I wonder about the stories behind both of those events.

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    That's pretty cool, jfrazierjr. I really like the textures.
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