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    Community Leader pyrandon's Avatar
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    Dundjinni is mapmaking software specializing in photorealistic maps, especially for "tile" miniature maps. I can recommend that program, for I used it for about a year & was very happy with it. Here's their main site:

    But whether you use it or not, make sure to visit the Dundjinni user forums: it's treasure trove of downloadable objects, from floor textures to statues to trees to.... It's even searchable for your specific needs. I believe you can use its objects in CC3, and I know you can in art programs such as Photoshop.

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    Community Leader RPMiller's Avatar
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    I will second your suggestion. I've been grabbing all kinds of pngs from there in the Western motif, and what I haven't been able to find, I've been able to make requests and more often then not someone has what I'm looking for.

    Also, Heruca is a great resource and a member of these boards and has a great application called battlegrounds that allows you to drop all those wonderful pieces into a gaming interface that allows you to move player tokens around and add sound effects, and resource material. I highly recommend it as well if your mapping is for gaming purposes.
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    Guild Member heruca's Avatar
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    Thanks for the mention, RPMiller.

    The link to my site and software is in my sig, if anyone wants to check it out.
    Looking for cross-platform virtual tabletop software that can be used with any RPG system?

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