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    I'm not sure if these strictly count as maps, but I thought I'd share my works in progress. These images (3d models) are the latest stages of an 'evolution of a starport' (for Traveller), in which I am thumbnailing the development of a starport from a flat piece of land with a control tower to a fully developed starport with all the attendant facilities one would expect.






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    Um... Whoa! What more can I say? You know I'm thinking that with the top down view it would be rather simple to throw a grid over it when it is all done. Very nice! Please keep posting as you go. What software are you building this in?

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    The modelling is done in Silo 3d and the rendering, compositing etc is done wtih Bryce.

    3d modelling always (to me) looks a bit souless when it comes to using a top down view for mapping though.

    Thanks for the compliments!

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    The top down views don't really do it for me (without more color at least) bt that final isometric view with the greebled city is just amazing.
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    the third image, the 3D viewed city is marvelous.
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