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Re: Maps

Postby Cralis on Sun 10 Jun 2018 12:19

Here we go... the larger version of the hex map that he sent me.
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Re: Maps

Postby Xveers on Sun 10 Jun 2018 14:57

oh... VERY nice.

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Re: Maps

Postby Tesuji on Sun 10 Jun 2018 15:32

If my schedule works, I may come up with a next version of the map in the next couple of days.
The weekend ate my plans on improving it... :roll:
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Re: Maps

Postby Morpheus on Sun 10 Jun 2018 16:59

This turned out very nice! Great job! Looking forward to seeing the final version!
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Re: Maps

Postby Cralis on Sun 10 Jun 2018 22:26

Reminds me of the standard-page-sized map that comes with ISF. Only this one is electronic so I can use it for marking stuff and keeping the map on my computer ... without having to scan it first :)
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Re: Maps

Postby Skarn on Mon 11 Jun 2018 03:51

Cralis wrote:Reminds me of the standard-page-sized map that comes with ISF. Only this one is electronic so I can use it for marking stuff and keeping the map on my computer ... without having to scan it first :)

Exactly why I'm making the MapTool frameworks. I'm playing completely digitally, even down to the dice. :ugeek:
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Re: Maps

Postby Cralis on Mon 11 Jun 2018 10:24

Skarn wrote:
Cralis wrote:Reminds me of the standard-page-sized map that comes with ISF. Only this one is electronic so I can use it for marking stuff and keeping the map on my computer ... without having to scan it first :)

Exactly why I'm making the MapTool frameworks. I'm playing completely digitally, even down to the dice. :ugeek:


Yes sir! An electronic map for every edition is something I can get behind!
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Re: Maps

Postby Tesuji on Tue 12 Jun 2018 08:25

Woo, that's awesome! Didn't even knew this software existed.

I am back at work on my tool, but today lost my latest save-file.
One day wof work gone... :cry:
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