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Definitely think in comparison, those bushes fit much better with the style you're going for! :D
 

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Definitely think in comparison, those bushes fit much better with the style you're going for! :D
Thanks so much for your help! I agree it looks better :)  
 

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That looks really nice!


I love the posters.


This is a part of my "Greenhaar Mountains" region . A medium sized mountain range, the biggest mountain is only 950 or so meters high ( 0.59 miles, 3116,8 feet), comparable to the Sauerland ( in case you are German you may know it) or to these ones : 

Mountain


Metres


Feet


Range


Location and Notes


Magura Priei


996


3,268


  


Romania


Sgurr Dearg


986


3,235


Cuillin  


Scotland


Mount Sizer


980


3,215


Diablo Range  


USA (California)


Mount Valin


980


3,215


Saguenay Lac St-Jean  


Canada (Québec)


Hyangnosan


979


3,212


  


Gyeongnam Province, South Korea


Scafell Pike


978


3,209


Southern Fells  


England (Cumbria) – Highest in England


Mount Edgecumbe


976


3,202


   


USA (Alaska)


North Mountain (Catskills)


969


3,179


Catskill Escarpment  


USA (New York)


Doli Gutta


965


3,166


Deccan Plateau  


India – Highest in Telangana State


Tai Mo Shan


957


3,140


  


Hong Kong – Highest in Hong Kong


Helvellyn


950


3,117


Eastern Fells  


England (Cumbria)


El Cerro del Aripo


940


3,084


Northern Range  


Trinidad and Tobago – Highest point


El Tucuche


936


3,071


Northern Range  


Trinidad and Tobago


Lantau Peak


934


3,064


  


Hong Kong


Betlingchhip


930


3,051


Jampui Hills  


India – Highest in Tripura


Kaimondake volcano


924


3,031


  


Kagoshima, Japan


Pantokrator


906


2,972


  


Greece (Corfu)


Baekunsan


885


2,904


  


Ulsan, South Korea


Mount Gerizim


881


2,890


  


West Bank


Sunset Peak


869


2,851


  


Hong Kong


Slaíbh Domhnaírt


856


2,808


Mourne Mountains  


County Down, Northern Ireland


Tinakula


851


2,792


Tinakula  


Solomon Islands


Muntele Cetatuia


850


2,789


Romania


Mount Magazine


839


2,753


Ozark Mountains  


Arkansas, USA


Hoemunsan


837


2,746


  


North Jeolla Province, South Korea


Drocea


836


2,743


Romania


Mount Carleton


817


2,680


Appalachian Mountains  


Canada (New Brunswick)


Mount Santubong


810


2,657


  


Malaysia (Sarawak)


Gros Morne


807


2,648


  


Canada (Newfoundland)


Clisham


799


2,621


  


Harris, Western Isles, Scotland


Mount Tamalpais


792


2,598


California Coast Ranges  


USA (California)


Gyemyeongsan


774


2,539


  


North Chungcheong Province, South Korea


Mount Boucherie


758


2,487


  


Canada (British Columbia)


Daeunsan


742


2,434


  


South Korea


Ben Cleuch


721


2,365


  


Scotland


Gaseopsan


710


2,329


  


North Chungcheong Province, South Korea


Pu‘u ‘Ō‘ō


698


2,290


  


USA (Hawaii)


Signal de Botrange


694


2,277


High Fens  


Belgium (Liège) – Highest in Belgium


Ishpatina Ridge


690


2,264


  


Canada (Ontario)


Galgisan


685


2,247


  


Gyeonggi Province and Gangwon Province, South Korea


Delphi


681


2,234


  


Greece (Skopelos)


Qalorujoorneq


676


2,218


  


Greenland


Maple Mountain


642


2,106


  


Canada (Ontario)


Masaya


635


2,083


  


Nicaragua


High Willhays


621


2,037


  


England (Dartmoor)


Munsusan (Ulsan)


600


1,969


  


Ulsan, South Korea


Mount Takao


599


1,965


  


Tokyo, Japan


Sikjangsan


596


1,955


  


Daejeon, South Korea


Forbordsfjellet


590


1,936


  


Nord-Trøndelag, Norway


Gwanggyosan


582


1,909


  


Gyeonggi Province, South Korea


Mount Pond


576


1,890


  


South Shetland Islands


Mount Tabor


575


1,886


  


Galilee, Israel


Monte Conero


572


1,877


  


Italy (Ancona)


Gyeryongsan


566


1,857


  


South Gyeongsang Province, South Korea


Namamsan


543


1,781


  


Ulsan, South Korea


Great Mell Fell


537


1,762


Eastern Fells  


England (Cumbria)


Geomdansan (Seongnam)


534.7


1,754


  


Gyeonggi Province, South Korea


Yeonhwasan


532


1,745


  


Ulsan, South Korea


Heukseongsan


519


1,703


  


North Chungcheong Province, South Korea


Little Si


480


1,575


Cascade Range  


Washington, USA


Tutuiatu Peak


467


1,532


  


Romania


Pu'u Moaulanui


452


1,483


  


Kahoolawe, Hawaii


Blue Mountain


452


1,483


  


Ontario, Canada


Muryongsan (Ulsan)


452


1,483


  


Ulsan, South Korea


Dongdaesan (Ulsan)


447


1,467


  


Ulsan, South Korea


Diamond Hill


442


1,450


Connemara National Park  


Ireland


Storm King Mountain


408


1,339


Hudson Highlands  


USA (New York)


Gyeyangsan


395


1,296


  


Incheon, South Korea


Loughrigg Fell


335


1,099


Central Fells  


England (Cumbria)


Mount Kinka (Gifu)


329


1,079


  


Gifu, Japan


Vaalserberg


321


1,053


  


Netherlands (Limburg)


Suur Munamägi


318


1,043


  


Haanja, Estonia


Aukštojas


293.84


964


  


Medininkai, Lithuania


Kruopinė


293.65


963


  


Vilnius, Lithuania


Juozapinė


292.7


960


  


Vilnius, Lithuania


Hwajangsan


285


935


  


Ulsan, South Korea


Potolaka/Putuo Shan


284


932


  


Zhejiang, China


Jerimoth Hill


247


810


  


Rhode Island, USA


Diamond Head


232


761


  


USA (Hawaii)


Yeomposan


203


666


  


Ulsan, South Korea


Hamwolsan


200


656


  


Ulsan, South Korea


Alto de Coloane


170


558


  


Macau – Highest point


Britton Hill


105


344


  


Florida, USA – The lowest high point of any US state


Mount Tenpō


005


16


  


Osaka, Japan


 







And this map is half way to the top :











This is the map, about half way to the top:

 
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that's really an impressive map, i like how you faded the different levels with the rest of the mountain.
 

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@Iliketea I like how you did the shading, it brings out the depth of the mountain nicely.


Maybe use some different rocks than just the brownish one? It feels a little bit repeating.


Wanted to try out parallax mapping, so here we are. Suppose to be like a demonlords throneroom, not sure if I should add more decorations in there.


Used some of Kaus's and Cyanide's tiles in there.

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Apologies as I may have posted a mockup of this before, I'm not sure. Important thing is though that this screenshot is actually live and working. Character creation scene.


Any big blank spaces are for buttons that will say "generate at random", for when I've implemented that bit. (Not priority.)


 
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Got bored and decided to make a small map, real quick.
 



The head-cannon dictates that a once prosperous city was half-sunk under water, under mysterious events. Those who survived the flood, had to build on the upper levels of the city. Unfortunately, since they had no resources to do so, they had to resort to patchwork.


Features the exteriors of my Victorian tiles. They will be available soon enough. I want to make some sort of "ad" for it, where I showcase a few more maps.

EDIT: I just realized that I forgot to make a door for the upper floor of the central cathedral. Whoops.
 
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@Mayuen: The lighting is excellent. Maybe statues flanking the windows would add a nice touch, because there's still room.


@KanaX: The underwater effect looks terrific!
 

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@Iliketea Impressive map with alot of potential! 


Now some humple suggestions ;P 


- the dark fir trees don't fit very well the rather dry environment. I'd either change them to look "dryer" aswell or even for other trees - or - change the look of the mountain for sth "colder" or "greener", even some tiles with snow could be evt. added.


- the rock walls look very repeating. I'd add more stuff to them, more platforms, maybe water, twines, caves (or only small cave entrances), dirt on the stone wall, some greenish stuff like moss (would als make your fir trees fit better!), etc, there could also be many small platforms with rocks on them, etc etc, just anything to give the player sth to see besides the repeating rockwall ;P 


Okay, now my small map ;o
It's the map of a very small village, I made a half year ago, when I just started using MV. 2 days ago I've done some rework on it (as in 5 months you learn alot ;P) and it came out like this.
I'd add people on the streets but.. streets are so narrow D: I plan to add flying animals tho..


The darker spots on the map are from the overlay (clouds), I hope, it's recognizable ;P


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@Henryetha:


The shadow of the big house is shorter than the shadows of the smaller houses. The tree overlapping with the house on the upper right and the jungle plant at the bottom looks a bit off. But overall it's a very pretty map and the clouds a recognizable. Probably ingame it works better if they're moving. The light effects are subtle and work very well in this scene.
 
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@Myst88 You've established a nice atmosphere, but the dirt paths are kind of distracting. I think they would look better if they were darker and closer to the color of the stone. Come to think of it, you could probably just get rid of them altogether because, I mean, are that many people walking through a spooky cave that their feet are wearing the stone floor into dirt? If so, I'd expect a lot more signs of human presence, like torches, signposts, or something fun like cave drawings!


@Mayuen Looks good but yeah I would add more decoration. The raised floor behind the throne looks oddly empty...seems like the perfect space to put more treasure piles! Also I think the map would look more complete if you framed it with a wall autotile instead of just going straight from tiles to blackness.
 
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So here is a thing

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I'm actually having a bit of trouble with the eventing because it's supposed to be a looping map, but the parallax jumps occasionally and overlaying picture disappears if you get too close to the edge. Are looping maps incompatible with parallax mapping? All I wanted was a weirdo library thing where you can wander forever and always end up back in the same place.
 

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My game is going to have an integrated MediaWiki guide. At certain times you'll be prompted to open the guide to read more about a place or thing. This could even be keywords in messages from NPCs. Doing so opens the guide.




The guide itself will have hyperlinks as shown for further reading.


(Actually, probably won't go with MediaWiki, but will create an in-house guide, for some extra tailored bits and less junk).
 
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@kovak I think the map is a little large for what it contains. I think making it smaller or filling it with some more objects/NPCs would really help out. Well, maybe not with shadow bug, but in general. 


@Amy Pond So far I'm really loving the look of it. I really like the textured pattern you've got on the wiki and such a good idea! 
 

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@Pyromantic From what I can remember most parallax scripts for Ace are incompatible with looping maps, but I know nothing about MV plugins.


For a map like yours I'd try to cram everything into tilesets. The cart and the floor will definitely take up the most space, but the bookcases can be used repeatedly.
 

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Have been making a small game for the iiaw event at rpgmakercentral, and it's my first time using ancient dungeons tiles. What do you think of this town? I feel it might be a little too meesy and random. (house doors and a few more windows to be added later :p)


 
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