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Dungeon Map Brushes - Set 1
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Published: January 13, 2009
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A simple and basic brush set for using Photoshop to make professional looking dungeons for Dungeons and Dragons. Uses old school symbols, but each are labeled as to what they represent.
Later on, I plan on making another set of Dungeon Brushes that will include braziers, tapestries and other dungeon staples, but this was too good to keep to myself so far... :D
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RiniHatake|Hobbyist General Artist
Can this be used for Adobe Photoshop Elements 9?
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Brushes can be used regardless of whether you're using Photoshop or Elements.
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RiniHatake|Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks! :)
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ChaosEmeraldHunter|Hobbyist Photographer
Ooh, these look very useful. Thank you!
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LeopoldGarrity|Hobbyist General Artist
these are interesting but do you know of any other DND themed brushes for like character images/modles/character sheet templates? My searching has came up little to zero on here. I've been pondering designing a 3.5 character sheet but don't really know how to make my own brushes nor exactly how to go about snipping parts out of the sheet aside from with the magic wand, but that's a bit touchy at times and dosen't seem to do quite what it should be.
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muutus|Hobbyist General Artist
Unfortunately, no, there isn't much on dA that is D&D related other than pictures and that ilk. As far as making your own character sheet, I don't know what to tell you as far as using Photoshop (or what have you). There might be a tutorial of some sort out there if you look toward Google for answers. Other than that, I'm pretty sure that Wizards of the Coast's website has downloads of any and all sheets you might need. I don't know if they'll have anything other than 4th Ed, but Google might be able to help you out there too. Somebody has to have character sheets out there somewhere that you can use/modify to your own taste... Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.
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Wolfangkun|Student Traditional Artist
this is awsome do you think you can convert this so that i can use tis on GIMP?
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muutus|Hobbyist General Artist
I don't know how to convert it to GIMP, nor do I use GIMP. Eventually I plan to put an image pack in the download so that anyone can use them. Slow in coming, but in the works...
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Wolfangkun|Student Traditional Artist
Oh ok thanks for responding. :nod:
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oh my gosh, I stumbled upon this via a random search. My hubby will *love* this! [he's more the GM type than me, *G*] Will go now and check out the rest of your gallery.

Awesome!!
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muutus|Hobbyist General Artist
Random finds are usually the best ones, I've noticed. Thanks for look-see!
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I'm dowloading this just for my husband *g* he's a big gamer. I dunno how much I'll use this, but your hard work is appreciated.
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muutus|Hobbyist General Artist
Well, like I said, there will be a more expanded set as soon as I can get the time. I hope your husband enjoys them. I love to use them as they make my dungeons and adventures look almost professionally produced...
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