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    Default February Challenge: Bells Of Agony

    Here is my entry for the one page dungeon, done in Adobe Photoshop & Adobe InDesign CS. All graphix done in Photoshop however I used some furniture items from the Campaign Cartographer packs.

    I hope I got the sizing right...

    Thanks for looking!


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    looks really good.. I like those pigs!!
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    I put the latest wip tag in for ya.
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    @Ascension: Appreciate that, just for future reference do you put that in all the time, even if something is completed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Datagoblin View Post
    @Ascension: Appreciate that, just for future reference do you put that in all the time, even if something is completed?
    Yes, it's done so that the "thumbnail scraper" will pick up the latest uploaded version of the entry. If you leave it out, your entry won't be seen along with the other thumbnails.
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    Ok I didnt know that...Thanks again for the help guys!!
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    It's a style I'm not fond of, but it is well-executed. I like the idea, easily adapted to a variety of systems and game styles.
    Corrections: "Its up to" should be "It's up to", "parties actions" should be "party's actions", "plant didnt help)" should be "plant didn't help.)", "discarded it)" should be "discarded it.)", "pairs ill-gotten" should be "pair's ill-gotten"

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    For better or worse, I am leaving the spelling 'as-is' due to constraints within the dimensions and adding all punctuation will make some things not fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Datagoblin View Post
    For better or worse, I am leaving the spelling 'as-is' due to constraints within the dimensions and adding all punctuation will make some things not fit.
    That's one of the other reasons I prefer using Xara to do page layout. I can adjust the kerning between letters in words - I've been known to add in a five letter word that would normally wrap to the next sentence, and fit it into the line above - where I want it to be. I can adjust the kerning in one sentence alone and not the whole document - if I want.

    Gives me lots of flexibility!

    Nice map, interesting style!

    GP

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    Thank you for the rep kind sir! Always appreciated

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