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    cave 1.jpg

    Here is a bland underground pathway ... i left the grid on it mostly because I am lazy today ... GIMP!!!

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    old fort.jpg

    Here is another map i made from scratch using GIMP. I left it pretty blank so it can be populated with whatever. Maybe there is some sort of underground entrance, maybe it is being used as a fortification for a small raiding party ... that's up to you and your copy of GIMP ... hope someone can use it.

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    do not fall in 2.jpg

    Here is another deep cave with an endless pit ... don't fall in ... made with GIMP!!!

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    cave 2.jpg

    Here is another cave brought to you by 15 minutes of boredom and .... GIMP!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sukEEt View Post
    cave 2.jpg

    Here is another cave brought to you by 15 minutes of boredom and .... GIMP!!!
    You might try adding a blue/gray or green/gray or even red/gray tone to one of the layers in these cave maps.. it'll give you a bit more pizazz than the gray on gray.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackfoot View Post
    You might try adding a blue/gray or green/gray or even red/gray tone to one of the layers in these cave maps.. it'll give you a bit more pizazz than the gray on gray.
    i usually add a bit more to my maps but for these i was going for speed. i did the last two in about 10-15 minutes each. green is usually my go to

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    and it goes both ways - if you are playing an old school ruleset sometimes the monotone maps suit the game better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by damned View Post
    and it goes both ways - if you are playing an old school ruleset sometimes the monotone maps suit the game better.
    sometimes it is also not worth the effort when it is only a one time use map or set of maps ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sukEEt View Post
    cave 2.jpg

    Here is another cave brought to you by 15 minutes of boredom and .... GIMP!!!
    Sorry.. didn't mean to offend with my comment.
    I just assumed by the way these looks that you did them by compiling multiple layers (3 in this case)... I thought it might be very cool if one of the layers had a different tint to it.
    One of the things I've really liked about your maps is the use of simple color.
    It is simple enough to tint these images as a whole.. but obviously doing the individual layers after the fact is a bit more complicated.
    Here's an overall 'tint' version.
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