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    Community Leader Gracious Donor ravells's Avatar
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    Post Tutorials I'd like to see.

    If you'd like to see a tutorial on any subject in particular (relating to mapping preferably) then post it here. No guarantees that someone will write a tutorial about it the next day, but you never know your luck in the big city!

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    More styles of mountains and rivers, I'd like to see how everyone does theirs. In GIMP/autorealm/inkscape please?
    And our time is flyin', see the candle burnin' low
    Is the new world rising, from the shambles of the old
    ~The Rover - Led Zeppelin

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    Help Rubble

    I'm wondering if anybody has any good tips for making rubble in Photoshop quick & easy. I'm mapping out an underground tomb complex (original eh?) and I want some of the rooms to be collapsed in places...

    The rubble I've made so far was done with large jittery brush and then applied with bevel & emboss and shadow layer styles. It just doesn't look convincing though and I'm not sure how to proceed.

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    Is this for a realistic map or a diagrammatic map? (assuming the first, since you mentioned layer styles, and such)

    Here's the simplest way-

    Head over to the DJ forums and search for "rubble"

    You should find something nice there that can be used as is, or is a good starting point for editing

    -Rob A>

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    Check out schley's maps...he does a fantastic job of rubble integration, and you may be able to get some ideas on how to apply them to your map through those.
    Robbie Powell - Site Admin

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