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    Queen of Elfland's Son Maps

    Hi all-

    I just noticed Queen of Elfland's Son is now on the FG store, which is awesome! (I already entered all the content manually for myself in FG, but I will probably be picking up the official one just to make sure I didn't miss anything.)

    If anyone wants some more hi-res/color maps for the module, feel free to use mine here!

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...rZ?usp=sharing

    I made them all in Inkarnate Pro, just wanted to share with the community.

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    Those are awesome! The hallway lighting is a nice touch

    I definitely need to check out Inkarnate Pro. I usually make better maps for my conversions, but Dungeondraft was not clicking for me on this one. The irregular hallways and angled doors were really giving me trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leozelig View Post
    Those are awesome! The hallway lighting is a nice touch

    I definitely need to check out Inkarnate Pro. I usually make better maps for my conversions, but Dungeondraft was not clicking for me on this one. The irregular hallways and angled doors were really giving me trouble.

    Thanks!

    Yeah, I actually go back and forth between the two tools. I like that a UVTT export of DungeonDraft can be easily converted to FG with LoS (via a Python script.) But I have a lot more fun making them in Inkarnate. The curved walls were tough! I basically had to use a lot of curvy pieces. I think the DungeonDraft tool can do curved walls too? But yeah- it can be tricky.

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    Yes, Dungeondraft can do curves. I used the polygon tool but just never loved the result, and getting the doors to fit into the walls properly was not going well. I am definitely going to learn to use Inkarnate - I appreciate that they offer a commercial license at a reasonable price. Maybe I'll update the FG module if I can find the time. Doing that retroactively can be a challenge.

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    Those are beautiful maps. Thanks for sharing them.

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    Nice! I'll definitely put those to use.

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