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Old 01-18-2014, 03:55 PM
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Cobblestones Street Map #2

I got a request for a 4'x6' medieval urban map that would be ideal for use with Warhammer and Mordheim, and could be converted into a 4'x4' map easily.

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And here's the texture work in progress:
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Old 01-18-2014, 05:11 PM
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That looks great. Fine texturing is a hallmark of all your models. Absolutely beautiful.
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I need some of that for a turn of the century model railroad layout. Not surprisingly theres plenty of brick road mats but no cobblestone? Looks great!!
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I'm taking a break from my Library model to revive this project. The only thing I could salvage was the curbstones layer, but that's better than starting all over from zero. To make the working files manageable, I reduced the resolution to 200dpi, which is probably what I would have ended up doing with the final map anyway. I'm using a different type of street paving than the one I did before. I've added a bunch of detailing and weathering on the streets -- dung, drains, rubbish, discoloration, pitting, wagon tracks, cracks. I'll post a work-in-progress shot a little later.

So I'm just about done with the streets textures and will start on the "empty lots" textures next -- I can probably do that in a day. I'm hoping to have this ready to release this Thursday, and then I'll get back to work on the Library. We'll see! (I may still hit my PC's memory limits before this map is complete, but I'm hopeful.)
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Overview of the work in progress.



Close up of the street texture.

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