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    Default Isometric houses & bazaar tents done in flash

    Hi,

    I've stumbled upon this file on my computer, it's from a couple of years ago when I was trying to create maps using Flash 5.

    This is a collection of several structures, some combinations of them, and some coloring options for them.
    They're not too detailed, but should look great if you compose a big picture and zoom out.


    Included are:
    - 20 large town houses
    - 8 small village houses
    - 13 market stands
    - some models of gothic columns and support beams
    - a gothic tower (church tower?)


    (all are done from 2 different angles with horizontal reverse)


    here is a screenshot i took:
    Isometric houses & bazaar tents done in flash-isometric_tiles.jpg


    and here is the actual file:
    market_1.swf


    I hope someone finds this useful! :-]

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    Some nice stuff there, thanks for posting
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    Those little market stalls are super cute.

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    Real nice! Rep for posting them here

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    Looks like a cartoony version of something I saw on Squid a long time ago. I like that sort of thing. Nice job.
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    Awesome! Thanks for the share

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    Really excellent! Thanks for posting! Do you have a larger version? (that is if you don't mind us using them).

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    err... I'm not exactly an expert in Flash. isn't the file I've uploaded a scalable vector file? you can make everything as big as you want (in the screenshot you can see that I've made everything 5-10 times larger than the actual size in the composition)

    If the file isn't scalabale for some reason - I'd be happy to convert it (If someone tells me how to do that)

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    Scalable vector is .svg. Your is a flash file (.swf). I know you make flash files out of .svg files, but when I tried to open the .swf file with drawplus (which supports flash), it wouldn't oblige

    No great worries though, it would have been nice to have but please don't put yourself out too much.

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    I have Flash, but I've never really used it. I couldn't find any way to directly extract SVG from the file, but I did manage to convert it to PDF.
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