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    Post Nov/Dec Challenge Entry - Ruined Temple

    I'm not really sure where I'm going with this, or even if I'll have time to finish it since I was only just now able to start on it after getting back from New Orleans yesterday.

    Regardless, that is what I've got so far.


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    I don't know what's it's going to be but the parts you've finished sure look cool. Nice textures.
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    Here's a small update. The main floor is almost complete, then comes the upper level and the crypt underneath. This is turning out to be really tedious work, so I hope it's done in time for the challenge. If nothing else, then main worship center will be complete, and maybe that'll be enough...


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    The floor looks gorgeous. I hope you have time to finish this.
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    Ramah- Thanks. I used Overwatch's tutorial.


    This is the completed main worship area. It'll eventually go on a background of some sort.
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    Now, when you're finished with this one, we're going to have to recruit you to do Castle Ravenloft Looks amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mearrin69 View Post
    Now, when you're finished with this one, we're going to have to recruit you to do Castle Ravenloft Looks amazing.
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    Heh.. I've been using the old ad&d Ravenloft map as a reference for this one. Man, that'd be one hell of a project to do the whole castle in this style. I can feel the arthritis setting in just from the little I've done here!


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    Hooray for double posting!

    The crypt is finished. I know I should've randomized the sarcophagi, and probably should've smashed up the lids on a few of them... but alas, I didn't, and I'm not going back to fix it now.

    Here's a general layout of how it's going to look. I think the upper level will consist of two small balconies on either side that the royalty would have used to observe the goings-on down below. That was a long time ago of course--now it's just a nice place to hide a few zombies.


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    It's looking a little more complete now. I still have the observation rooms to do, but I think I can get them finished in time.

    C&C welcome, as always.
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