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    Post A house in a city

    Two quick maps in photosop.
    50 pixels size for MapTool.
    Done for my new DM in Curse of the Crimson Throne.

    I plan to expand the interiors and add roofs in MapTool.
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    Good stuff.
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    Very nice. The water looks great. Love to see more of these.
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    Yeah, very good. I am used to seeing these kind of maps on the Dundjinni boards and not here. So, nice surprise!
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    These are great. I like the ripples on the water around the posts.

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    Very lovely indeed!
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    The map is fantastic, the water is gorgeous. However, I wonder why someone who can afford all those beautiful oriental rugs wouldn't have a bigger place. Looks good for peasant or lower rung merchant/craftsman quarters though.
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    An enhanced version with all interior drawn.
    A day time tentative, I plan to make a night one also.

    @wormspeaker : The rugs were a request from the DM, since we have not played already I do not know why this small house in a middle/low class quarter has such ornements...

    I am not very happy with the lighting. Some tips?
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    the furniture need to drop more shadows. Pretty much all of them. (in the last pic) And it's pretty strange that (in that lower building) the level of light is the same inside as outside and the window still produces some light.

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