Posted By: RalfWonderful stuff! Nice to see the John Roberts Dungeon style get some good use!
Posted By: DogtagThe Ruins look good, but the townhouse looks fantastic! I love how nicely the JR symbols mix with the default DD3 symbols. Beautiful, beautiful maps!My only nitpick would be the stairs. I love the landings, but I have a confusing time following the stairs from floor to floor. And I'm afraid I don't have any constructive suggestions at the moment.Other than that, though, I absolutely love the maps and the building layout!~Dogtag
As Dogtag ashamedly admitted before:... I'm afraid I don't have any constructive suggestions at the moment.
Posted By: GatharHello,I really like your maps, but I have a few suggestions that I hope could improve them even more.On the first one, the junction between the path and the cellar seems fine, but the junction between the path and the main building looks strange to me, like if the gravel tried very hard not to tough the wall. I think there should be no fading effect between the gravel and the main building. And on it's way to the garden entrance, there is one point where it is really narrow. A little bit too much, I think.
For the stairs, I think part of the problem is that the stairs seem to project a shadow on the corridor. Maybe you could make the texture on the "landing" of the stairs and on the upper part of the stairs a little bit larger, to help the mind understand that it is closer to us than the rest of the corridor?
Maybe overlaying a progressively less transparent rectangle on top of the upper part could help understand it is leading to somewhere not on the map?
What font did you use for the ruins of wrath?
Now, enough talking, I have to go back to work on my own maps... It is always harder to turn some idea into something that works than to give them to someone else... I wish you luck!
Posted By: CharlesWayneRobinsonAbsolutely awesome stuff!The only thing that I did not like is the ladder for the fourth floor tower.The stone going all the way down does not fit.A trap door may be a better idea.Just a small nick-pick though, great job! :-)