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    Map Cliff for VTT

    Someone on RPTools Forums requested a cliff for VTT - so here's a cliff using the same techniques I used to create my Winterscape maps, with a warmer season in mind!

    Basically 200 x 200 feet at 1" = 5 feet, 100 ppi.

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    Its very pretty. I think its more successful than your winter maps.


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    Post The shadows?

    I'd think it would be obvious, but look at the shadows, being cast to the right side of the map. Thus the left is higher.
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    That's a great map. Thanks a lot.

    I was also slightly thrown by the lighting - I thought the shadow heading WNW was actually a gash in the ground, but now I look closer I understand it. Good stuff as always!
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    Very nice as usual GP. Only one real comment for you this time. If you feather your edges it will cut down on the sharp jarring edge between the photo realistic textures. The thumbnail version looks awesome, but at the higher resolution those sharp edges just push me out of the image. Plus the feathering will allow the layers to "combine" and not have such a "stacked" appearance.
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