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Map Design Software

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Joined: 07/27/2008

I've been considering getting hold of a copy of either Dunjinni or Campaign Cartographer, for the production of both snazzy-looking gameboards and RPG scenarios. Does anyone out there have any experience with either piece of software? How sharp is the learning curve? How much native artistic talent does one have to have to produce decent looking maps?

Any advice would be received most gratefully.

Joined: 08/14/2008

I use Dundjinni for some designs and then finish them up in Adobe illustrator or Photoshop. The learning curve wasn't that tough in my opinion. However I am a sign maker and design all day long, so I may be a little biased in my opinions about design software. It's also pretty cheap compared to most design programs and there is a ton of free artwork by other users. Over in ARTWORK I've posted some cave tiles I made with Dundjinni for a Spelunkers game.

Joined: 05/14/2009
I use Campaign Cartographer 3

I use Campaign Cartographer 3 and I love it. Here is a good site for that type of mapping. They use a great verity of software and there is some great feedback on the different tools, and tutorials for them too... Check it out:

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