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    Community Leader Gracious Donor ravells's Avatar
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    Post If you need to knock up a modern floorplan in a hurry...

    Then have a look here:

    http://www.floorplanner.com/

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    Oh! That so totally rocks!!!

    Thank you very much for that link. I just built a book store for a game in like 15 minutes.

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    Cool site. Thanks for the link.
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    Here's a thing I did with the site. Shadows and the bodies (and the blood) added in PS:
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    Did the site also provide the floor textures/carpets, or did you put them in?

    There is quite a variance in the styling, from cartoony to photorealistic...but as a quick and dirty, it can't be beat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobA View Post
    Did the site also provide the floor textures/carpets, or did you put them in?

    There is quite a variance in the styling, from cartoony to photorealistic...but as a quick and dirty, it can't be beat.

    -Rob A>
    The application at the site had everything except the bodies. It was very easy to do a quick flooplan. I did however took some time to "export" the map as high res (had to do screen captures).

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    very cool site... this has possibilities...

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    Played with it to make a copy (as best I could) of what my Kitchen/Dining/Living Room looks like for my townhouse.
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