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Posted: 07/12/2009 at 2:36am | IP Logged Quote Kepli

Welcome back Micah

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Good to see that the vines are still around! :)

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Posted: 07/12/2009 at 6:34am | IP Logged Quote dDemonicAngels

Micah! I've been thinking about you recently as I watch episodes of the Cake Boss. Unbelievable what he can do with icing and cakes.

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Posted: 07/12/2009 at 9:51am | IP Logged Quote Micah

LOL - There are some folks that can do amazing things with food out there! I think my edible creations would pale in comparison. My biggest challenge this year was a 3D Pokemon cake that my daughter requested. Yikes - more engineering goes into that than I learned from playing with Legos - so the cake artistry might stay simple for a while.

It's good to see you dDa! I've been thinking about the crew here too. Wishing I had more time for maps! I did do a few for my game - should post those here anyways. Someday I'll get back to making a map just for the sake of doing it - or because I saw a cool item in the objects thread that begged to have surroundings.

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Posted: 07/12/2009 at 2:20pm | IP Logged Quote dDemonicAngels

Micha, You know you've got a place in my heart as my favorite map-maker with your color and balance. Some people have come very close but they still can't match your Micah-originals.

Come back soon. There's a whole new generation of map-makers looking to be inspired.

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Posted: 07/12/2009 at 2:50pm | IP Logged Quote Micah

Awwww
Flattery will get you everywhere. . .

I posted a rather "substandard" (read not a whole lot of time to devote to the project) train map.

I'll try to get back to the hobby as I can. I miss cobbling stuff together.

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Posted: 09/13/2009 at 6:54pm | IP Logged Quote SGTAirborne

Just finished 11 long years as an MP in the army now im in school to be a paramedic. For some reason just got totally hooked on map design since my SWSE group kinda uses very basic maps.
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Welcome aboard SGTAirborne
Were you in the 82nd? I was in the 101st 30 yrs ago.

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Nah I was actually in the 16th MP Brigade which is airborne, but i was also in the 101st when I first enlisted.
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Bogie wrote:
I was in the 101st 30 yrs ago.

That explains your fascination of top-down views ;-)

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Posted: 09/14/2009 at 5:08am | IP Logged Quote totte

Just realized I haven't posted anything in this thread ;-)

Self employed independent IT-consultant/Systems architect /
codemonkey, focus on the Mac platform.

Been playing RPGs since late 70s, still have the AD&D MM-1 first print
somewhere at home, and it still smells like puke from the glue they used.

Started mapmaking just a year ago when I started with 4E. Gaming and
nerdiness runs in the family. I have a son who is 17 who I've raised to
play RPGs since he was 5 1/2, and a dad at 70 who still run to the local
game store buying RPG-book, for his own pleasure, so we can play 3
generation games, that is funny.

My wife just shake her head, and picks up a book whenever dinner
conversations moves to RPGs, and my daughter, who is almost 16, just
yells "You are all nerds!" and slams the door to her room ;-)





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I am a crossing guard.

Man, I need something else, even if it's a part-time job to fill in a couple more hours a day.
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Posted: 05/18/2010 at 1:49am | IP Logged Quote Mortifan

Wow, I am amazed by all the things and work types everyone have tried.
I can only add a few myself:
Database admin/webdeveloper/server admin mac/pc
former un soldier in croatia 1994
did rpg late 80's and early 90's (traditional style) then later I went to
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MA practitioner, teach old style bujinkan and systema
I love to see other peoples art and let that inspire me to do more, though
I'm not that good at graphics (yet) and now it seems I'm babling which I
usually do when I'm happy and eager to move on.

Just to let everyone know: You're work in here is truly amazing!
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Posted: 05/18/2010 at 4:08am | IP Logged Quote aegean

Welcome on-board Mortifan, glad you got membership sorted.

Looking forward to your graphic input - any questions or tips needed, just direct them at Cisti Kep Bogie and the like - and I'll spy on them myself and pick up a few pointers I'm too shy to ask!

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Welcome Mortifan

Was in Vitez in 1994 for my sins....anyhow welcome aboard..

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Welcome neighbor. Good to see more scandinavians here.


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Posted: 11/25/2010 at 4:36pm | IP Logged Quote Unclepete

About time I posted in here

I've been in IT (in all its various names) as programmer/sysadmin/tech specialist since leaving school in the mid-70's and I've been playing RPGs, mostly D&D for slightly longer. I still have the red box and blue box starter editions (sans dice, unfortunately) that we used to play.

My interest in mapping software is recent - I have no artistic ability whatsoever, but I'm pretty good at assembly and software use, so early attempts at making specific battlemaps for my gaming group are coming along nicely. I'm already indebted to this community for help received.
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Unclepete wrote:
I have no artistic ability whatsoever, but I'm pretty good at assembly and software use, so early attempts at making specific battlemaps for my gaming group are coming along nicely. I'm already indebted to this community for help received.


I used to say that a lot myself. Using DJ has allowed me to develop an artistic ability I never thought I had, glad you have discover it as well.

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Unclepete wrote:
I have no artistic ability whatsoever, but I'm pretty good
at assembly and software use, so early attempts at making specific
battlemaps for my gaming group are coming along nicely. I'm already
indebted to this community for help received.


Agrees with Bogie, this is what I say to. I call m self "artistically impaired",
but with the right tools, I can function normally, and DJ are one of them.

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I am an engineer working for a company manufacturing quality circuits. My responsibilities are to our automotive customers. I also TS 16949 certified internal auditor, so I keep working on paperwork and process and quality control. Art is my great relief of stress at work and we all really help reduce stress.

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Suspected spambot post above.

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A definite spambot. A quick google search of the name and company turned up on four forums as new user since Jan 2nd. The post is identical in all of them. I have been battling a bunch as of late.

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Time for a captcha forum registration check, I got an idea.

Pick a bunch items or pictures, like a sword, an axe, a spear and a hammer,
then ask "which weapon was usable by AD&D clerics", will kill 100% of
the spambots and 95% of the Chinese/Russian/Bulgarian spam bot account
harvesters ;-)
Of course a text saying "click the throwing weapon" for a new question for
those who didnt play AD&D..



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That is a great idea Totte. I may borrow that concept in
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Go ahead gt, that's why I posted it.

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Hi there leeyn

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leeyn wrote:
I still do some artwork but not much as I'm too weak (sick) to do much but sit at a computer and DM an AD&D game via email...


Welcome, that's the situation I'm in.

Right now I'm trying to survive a chest infection, bad one. I heal so slowly. My poor players are in a tight situation and hanging on till I can get back to them. :(
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"Get well" to both of you!

Hope you feel better soon!

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"Get well" to both of you!

Hope you feel better soon!


Thank you, I'm wishing too. Had a 2 hour black out in the middle of the night. Med equipment not working, bad, bad, bad. Wind shook house for 3 more hours that kept waking me up. Yawn! Took last antibiotic too. I haven't talked (much) for a week. Mostly hand gestures, grunts, squee's and writing. Kinda a relief for the family in one respect.

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I still do some artwork but not much as I'm too weak (sick)
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Leeyn is a spambot (notice that this is just a repost of something Dragonlady
posted on page 1). I have deleted most of its other posts, but can't seem to
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Hi there,

just here to pick up the original topic: I am a consultant for corporate reputation and paradessence (controlling and marketing). Yup I know - the claim sounds better than the real work behind it

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I am a consultant for corporate reputation and paradessence (controlling and marketing). Yup I know - the claim sounds better than the real work behind it


It usually does

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You're so right man ... so right! But it attracts clients


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I am an Engineering Technician ( Engineer's worker of
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"Thank you for calling (insert company name here), How may
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Lol...how the mighty have fallen!



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mercutio wrote:
Was an officer in the US Navy for 6
years. Been a substitute teacher at a high school for the
last 8 months while finishing up my Creative Writing Master
of Fine Arts Degree. I am working on my poetry thesis and
hope to be done during the next fall semester.

Almost 4 years later--finished the Master's Degree in 2009, worked at Target as an overnight stock associate for 9 months from 2009-2010, now teaching college
composition courses as an adjunct instructor because full-time positions in the US are nearly impossible to come by and have been for the last 3 years.

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I am an IT Consultant with almost 12 years experience. Done work for Retail/Wholesale, Health Care and Energy companies . Too many different roles and tasks to mention here

No previous art experience before I started using DJ   

Wow, a lot has changed in 5 years

I am a Business Intelligence Consultant now at Logica (an international IT company), and my specialisation is QlikView.
I do projects, coach new colleagues, write templates, organize events, am the Country Manager for the Logica Global QlikView Skill Community (sounds more than it is    ) and others odds and ends. Best job sofar in my 17 years of IT experience .

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Me?...... Im a self employed electrician (British tradesman) mainly contracting to the carpet production industry.

All my work is international from America, Europe and the Middle East all the way through to China.

My hobbies include attempting to keep pace with my 2 year old daughter and trying to do art worthy of this forum.

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erm . . . .

Daughter is now 7 tears old . . . .

nothing much else has changed

Although fatter, older (wiser ?? )

thought it would be difficult to find my own first post in this thread (first page lol)

Need to be as keen posting art as I was back then!

onwards - forwards (albeit slowly with a zimmer frame)

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Hi Everyone,
I figured this would be a good place for my first post.
I'm an Optometrist in Maine. Have been in practice here since 1982. I have 2 kids ( ages 21 & 25) and my Wife and I are about to celebrate our 30th.

I have been snagging and using the fantastic maps you all post here for quite a while and finally decided to log in officially. Keep up the great work everyone, these maps add a lot to the games I DM (old school, 2ED AD&D). Hopefully, someday I can add my own creations for everyone else to use, but I am better at modifying what's already here than creating from scratch.


I had to go back 13 pages to find my first post. I also found a post a couple pages later that said "wow, this is my 50th post!"
Not much has changed since that first post, same office seeing the same patients, only I am a lot grayer. My son is married and my daughter is several years out of college. Oh, and I went from this first post in '07 to forum moderator and now administrator. Only promotions I've had in the 30 years since I got out of the army!

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Hopefully, someday I can add my own creations for everyone else to use


Wow! Now that is an understatement.

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I forgot to mention I have a girl and a boy now. Talk about a big change

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Gee, I had to go back to page 1 to find my entry:
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I'm a housewife, former artist/craft person..okay, I still do some artwork but not much as I'm too weak (sick) to do much but sit at a computer and DM an AD&D game via email. I also make semi-precious stone beaded necklaces, or I did. My one fun thing to do these days beside come here is to search through gravel from Montana looking for sapphires, garnets, agates and quartz. I've found quite a lot of sapphires and had some of them cut. The biggest I've found is 11 carats. Unfortunately there were a few flaws in it so ended up with several half carats gemstones.

Edited by Dragonlady on 11/18/2006 at 8:29pm


Not much changed except I'm gaming on Rpol dot net not email, pretty much stopped jewelry work and searching for sapphires, though I still have 1 and a half bags of gravel to search through. My wheelchair can't get into the back half of the house where most of my stuff is. My only child just turned 41 this month which makes me feel real real old! He lives here at home and takes care of me. My husband is older than I am and hard of hearing so he can't do it. Still do lots of stuff on the computer and love coming here to get new png's to use for mapping.

*waves hi!*
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Posted: 11/19/2011 at 12:40pm | IP Logged Quote aegean

HA ! a new elite "the page oner's"

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Posted: 11/19/2011 at 1:25pm | IP Logged Quote GroovyDave

I unfortunately did not chime in until page 9. That was in 2007! wow! Four
years ago. Still make that claim, although I'm writing a lot more now.

Edited by GroovyDave on 11/19/2011 at 1:26pm


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Posted: 12/30/2011 at 8:01pm | IP Logged Quote Steel Rat

Don't know how I ever missed this thread.

So, better late than never.

When I started posting here a few years ago, I was an IT consultant specializing in Asset Management. I'd travel all over the US working on projects for companies large and small, even worked on a project for the Executive Office of the President (of the US) at the time Bush was on his way out and Obama on his way in.

But, the work was inconsistent, got laid off one too many times and said screw it. The money was good, but not if you weren't sure you were going to have a job next month.

I had moved out to Western Washington state, on Whidbey Island when I was consulting. Got 2 acres with a view of Puget Sound and the Olympic mountain range. Looking for work in this area was daunting. No one would ever reply to a resume submission. It eventually got to the point where I had to look for lesser paying work.

So now I build and repair wheelchairs, of all kinds. It's more rewarding work than consulting, which was more like being a salesman. The only drawback to my current career is that I spend a LOT less time on the computer ;)

Earlier in life I was in the Army for a short time, 81-84, spent some time in Germany back when there was still an East and West Germany. I was with the 2nd Sqaudron 11th Armored Cavalry in Bad Kissingen, defending the southern Fulda Gap. This would explain, to some anyway, why I do so many military vehicle renders. ;)

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Posted: 12/30/2011 at 10:39pm | IP Logged Quote Bogie

Hi SR, good to see you around!

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Earlier in life I was in the Army for a short time,
81-84, spent some time in Germany back when there was still
an East and West Germany. I was with the 2nd Sqaudron 11th
Armored Cavalry in Bad Kissingen, defending the southern
Fulda Gap. This would explain, to some anyway, why I do so
many military vehicle renders. ;)
That it does.

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Steel Rat wrote:

So now I build and repair wheelchairs, of all kinds. It's more rewarding
work than consulting, which was more like being a salesman.

One of my best friends calls himself "mental prostitute" and I agree to that
term.

Steel Rat wrote:
Earlier in life I was in the Army for a short time, 81-84,
spent some time in Germany back when there was still an East and West
Germany. I was with the 2nd Sqaudron 11th Armored Cavalry in Bad
Kissingen, defending the southern Fulda Gap. This would explain, to some
anyway, why I do so many military vehicle renders. ;)

Fulda Gap - Soviet highway to the west. Not the place you would be if
WWIII started as it was the first strike zone for Soviet TacNukes.

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Posted: 01/01/2012 at 9:38am | IP Logged Quote Steel Rat

totte wrote:

One of my best friends calls himself "mental prostitute" and I agree to that
term.


That about sums it up.

totte wrote:
Fulda Gap - Soviet highway to the west. Not the place you would be if
WWIII started as it was the first strike zone for Soviet TacNukes.


No place would have been a good place to be.

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BUMP! I LOVE THIS TOPIC! LOL!
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You know, I don't think I ever wrote anything here....

Hi I'm Cisticola, Royal Engineer (Army) in my youth, then as a Ecologist (Conservation Biologist) in Civvy Street, now I split my time between making maps, normally lots and lots of maps, map objects, textures and top down figures. I am very much a traditional artist, I find it hard to 3d model so end up drawing everything i do in pencil and paper.

At the moment I am trying to branch out into more holistic art pieces, making jewelry, sacred drums, things people would use in a shamanic or spiritual rituals and meditation. I am kind of a Warrior Hippy, I think.....

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Hi all - I actually am new :), and I love seeing how
active everyone still is here.

I'm Anne, a Regional Recruiting Manager where I manage no
one and get to interview people all day somewhat feeling
bad they're being hired for a cruddy job.

After that, I take my anguish and come up with horrible
plans - I mean, exciting and ejoyable plans for my
players to go through. I have a 1st-ed Exalted game that
has been mostly on/some off since 2006, a lot of D&D 3.5
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wait until the systems are dead and not printed anymore
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Welcome Morning

This is a really long running thread. My daughter was 11
weeks when I first posted. She now is 9.5 years and my
boy is 5.

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I am a truck driver. I live in Fort Worth, Texas and was formerly with Con-way Freight. I currently work for a small private fleet based in Granbury running groceries between Houston, Grand Prairie, and Granbury.

I run Pathfinder as a DM, but also participate in Savage Lands and D&D 5e as a player.
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Welcome aboard Rulyon! Exciting things are happening.


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I can see that. The recent news is exciting!
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