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    Map Tiles

    Hello folks, I'm starting to work on some more map tiles and I thought I would pop in and share as I work on the sections of the new set.

    Here is a section of map tiles to build large sections of grungy flag stone ground areas to then place buildings or other things over.

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    Nice, as always!
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    I see a lot of flagstone and cobblestone for maps. What I don't see a lot of is old dirt roads for small villages and country homes... *hint hint*
    I never claimed to be sane. Besides, it's more fun this way.

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    I spent about 5 minutes in Gimp and whipped this up: Intersection.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickademus View Post
    I see a lot of flagstone and cobblestone for maps. What I don't see a lot of is old dirt roads for small villages and country homes... *hint hint*
    In a previous map tiles set there is a dirt path through grass. But I have made another dirt path set of tiles along with a new set of grass tiles. This set of grass tiles depicts a very short grass compared to the long shaggy grass of the previous set: dirt-road.jpg

    Then there is a larger dirt road set of map tiles: dirt-road-2.jpg
    Last edited by Tailz Silver Paws; November 16th, 2016 at 09:43. Reason: Adding more stuff
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    Which tile set? I thought I had all your fantasy ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickademus View Post
    Which tile set? I thought I had all your fantasy ones.
    This is a new map tiles set that I am working on.
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    Here is a pic of the transition tiles from the new dirt tiles to the new grass tiles for the next set.


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    With this set, I am making the walls into separate overlay PNG files so that you can add in different floor tiles that are not fixed to the walls. This I think will make the Map Tiles a lot more flexible. Some of the tiles will include floors and walls are one in the same because of lightly effects and shadowing (eg: windows, steps, etc).

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    I have all of your tile sets, and actually just re-downloaded them because I think they had been updated. I like the look and use them all the time. Still trying to figure out the roof tiles a bit better.

    I am sure it would take a lot of work, but what about some city/town tiles? Just a thought. Keep up the great work!!!

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