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    By having the main wall tiles separate from the floor, I think there is more flexibility in how you build your rooms.


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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 happy to hear your having lots of fun with the map tiles. The roof files are a bit tricky I will admit.

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    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!!!
    City and town tiles? I assume you mean a fantasy medieval theme city/town scape? I'll see what I can do.
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    Decided to experiment with building a small surface building map with steps down to a lower level.

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    Nicely done, Tailz!

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    My suggestion is as the stairs drop lower, instead of fading into white, I would suggest fading into dark grey or black. That would imply darkeness and depth. Where you fade to white, it ends up merging with the outer wall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordEntrails View Post
    My suggestion is as the stairs drop lower, instead of fading into white, I would suggest fading into dark grey or black. That would imply darkeness and depth. Where you fade to white, it ends up merging with the outer wall.
    You mean something like this: dmtiii-sample.jpg
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    Oops, double post!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tailz Silver Paws View Post
    You mean something like this: dmtiii-sample.jpg
    Yea Doesn't that make it look like it goes Down into the darkness!?!?

    Love your stuff, thanks for sharing

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    I like that! Would give options for trying to make a town/city map using your artwork!

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    I have posted the Dungeon Map Tiles III pack to RPGnow.com but the promo artwork will have to wait as my web host has crapped out and their fixing the server my web site is on.


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    I've been playing around with more map tiles, so another set is in the works at the moment. But I have also been playing around with the map tiles from the last set and thought I should post some work up here. Plus this is a little shameless personal advertising of my new Patreon page.

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