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WylieGoatee
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Posted: 06/14/2004 at 7:38pm | IP Logged Quote WylieGoatee

OK. This will be a thread for the Nostalgia Art Pack. I was entertaining the notion of trying to sell this on rpgnow or something, but in the spirit of JT who helped me get my login back, Im offering them here to the community.

Feel free to post any nostalgic (ie blue era-style) objects in this thread. In the meantime, all those who want to use the pack create a new directory called "Nostalgia" at the same level as the "Fantasy" directory that Fluid gave us. Then create a folder under the Nostalgia directory called "Dungeon". Then copy the subfolders of the "User" directory (which you can find in the "Fantasy" directory) beneath THAT.

That should give you a group of folders that look like this...

C:\Program Files\Fluid\Dundjinni\Map\Nostalgia\Dungeon\

with several folders like cover, door, floor, etc underneath that.

(Hmmm, I cant seem to get anything to upload at the moment. Ill try to post some of the pieces later this evening. Stay tuned)

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Posted: 06/14/2004 at 7:42pm | IP Logged Quote WylieGoatee

Here is the first. Place this under Walls. It may not seem important, but after youve selected the color from the palette for the 20th time you'll appreciate having it at the ready.



You should rename it simply "Blue.png" so we all have the same naming convention.

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Posted: 06/14/2004 at 7:45pm | IP Logged Quote WylieGoatee

OK, I figured out why I could not upload the other files. It seems the upload program doesnt like my commas that I use for organization. Here is the most basic piece to have. Download it into the Doors directory of our Nostalgia pack and rename it "Door, Single.png"



Edited by WylieGoatee on 06/14/2004 at 7:45pm
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Posted: 06/14/2004 at 7:49pm | IP Logged Quote WylieGoatee

One last piece for tonight (I have about 100 done, so this may take a while)

Place this in the objects directory, and rename it "Crate, 4 foot.png"



Thats it for tonight. I really do have to get back to that book or I wont have any money to pay for my gaming addiction.

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Posted: 06/14/2004 at 7:58pm | IP Logged Quote WylieGoatee

OK, ONE more thing before I go off (really, this time Im not kidding)> Here is a list of everything Im ultimately going to post.

Cover
AoE, Circle, 10 foot
AoE, Circle, 15 foot
AoE, Circle, 20 foot
AoE, Circle, 25 foot
AoE, Circle, 30 foot
AoE, Circle, 40 foot
AoE, Circle, 45 foot
AoE, Circle, 50 foot
AoE, Cone
AoE, Semi-Circle, 10 foot
Light, Candle
Light, Lantern
Light, Torch

Doors
Concealed Door
Concealed Door - Locked
Door, Single
Door, Single - Locked
Door, Single, False
Door, Single, False - Locked
Door, Single, One Way
Door, Single, Revolving
Door, Single, Revolving - Locked
Door, Double
Door, Double - Locked
Secret Door
Secret Door - Locked
Secret Door - One Way
Window
Window, Barred

Floor
Blank
Height Difference
Water (Standing)

Objects
Altar
Bars
Bed, Full
Bed, Single
Arrow Slit, 6 inch wall
Arrow Slit, 12 inch wall
Column, Round, 2 foot
Column, Round, 3 foot
Crate, 2 foot
Crate, 3 foot
Crate, 4 foot
Curtain
Fireplace, Corner
Fireplace, Wall
Fountain, 10 foot
Fountain, 5 foot
Fountain, Wall, 5 foot
Sarcophagus
Statue
Table, Round, 4 foot
Table, Square, 4 foot
Well

Pit
Pit, Open, 5 foot
Pit, Open, 10 foot
Pit, Open, Spiked, 5 foot
Pit, Open, Spiked, 10 foot
Pit, Covered, 5 foot
Pit, Covered, 10 foot

Stairs
Hole in Floor
Hole in Ceiling
Ladder     
Stairs, Down, 10 foot
Stairs, Down, 5 foot
Stairs, Spiral, Down, 5 foot
Stairs, Spiral, Down, 10 foot
Stairs, Spiral, Up, 5 foot
Stairs, Spiral, Up, 10 foot
Stairs, Spiral, Combo, 5 foot
Stairs, Spiral, Combo, 10 foot
Stairs, Up, 5 foot
Trap Door in Ceiling
Trap Door in Floor

Walls
Blue Brick, Large
Blue Brick, Medium
Blue Brick, Small
Blue Dashes
Blue Dots
Blue Marble
Blue Rock
Blue Stone
Blue Tiles
Blue Woodgrain
Blue
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Posted: 06/15/2004 at 4:24am | IP Logged Quote dDemonicAngels

WylieGoatee wrote:
Here is the first. Place this under Walls. It may not seem important, but after youve selected the color from the palette for the 20th time you'll appreciate having it at the ready.Wylie


I'm feeling pretty confused about now. Just what effect does this have? And what is nostalgic blue? I'm old enough to remember most of this stuff but it doesn't ring a bell. Are you trying for a blueprint approach?

I'm anxious to add any new style so good luck!

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Posted: 06/15/2004 at 4:29am | IP Logged Quote Kalex the Omen

If you ever bought any first edition adventure modules you would be familiar with the blue on blue maps that were commonly found on the inside of the cover. That is the effect he is trying to recreate.
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Posted: 06/15/2004 at 5:42am | IP Logged Quote dDemonicAngels

Kalex the Omen wrote:
If you ever bought any first edition adventure modules you would be familiar with the blue on blue maps that were commonly found on the inside of the cover. That is the effect he is trying to recreate.


Okay. Got it. Thanks. Seems like a step back though...

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Posted: 06/15/2004 at 5:48am | IP Logged Quote WylieGoatee

DIfferent people have different styles and different likes. Several people on this forum indicated they would like to have the more basic blue items. I think a lot of it is pure nostalgia. Here are three more items anyone running a PBeM could appreciate. Light sources. Saves them in the cover folder as "Light, Torch.png", "Light, Candle.png", and "Light, Lantern.png".

Candle


Torch


Lantern


More later today perhaps, if I get my work done.

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Posted: 06/15/2004 at 5:51am | IP Logged Quote WylieGoatee

These all go in the "Objects" folder

Altar


Curtain


Statue


Well
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Posted: 06/15/2004 at 8:33am | IP Logged Quote WylieGoatee

Lets try this a different way. Here are all my Stairs. Just extract it into your Dungeon directory

61E_Stairs.zip
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Posted: 06/17/2004 at 8:17am | IP Logged Quote artbraune

More please!!! This brings the late 70's and early 80's back to the gaming table!
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Posted: 06/17/2004 at 10:46am | IP Logged Quote WylieGoatee

Sorry, been trying to finish up this Druid book. Here are some pit traps, my floors, and doors. Some of these may have repeats from those pasted earlier before I thought of the zip file option.

533_Pit.zip

B92_Floor.zip

FC5_Door.zip
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Posted: 06/17/2004 at 10:47am | IP Logged Quote WylieGoatee

And the objects. Ill post more when in a week or so.

8C6_Object.zip
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Posted: 06/17/2004 at 10:07pm | IP Logged Quote alfblack

:) happy downloading.. Thx WylieGoatee! much appreciated.

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Posted: 06/19/2004 at 5:44pm | IP Logged Quote CHeard

How ironic that you're using digital drawing tools to reproduce the
cyan look of early modules! That cyan color was originally used in order
to prevent photocopying (photocopiers of that era couldn't pick up the
tint) - that is, reproduction!
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Posted: 06/19/2004 at 7:11pm | IP Logged Quote SikSavant

This whole thread has me wondering about folks being given electricity and the lightbulb rejoicing because they don't have to light their candles in the dark anymore...



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Posted: 06/22/2004 at 7:33am | IP Logged Quote bakermail

Don't knock it. More art for everyone. The more styles are available, the more people can use DJ, the more popular DJ is, the longer the product is supported.
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Posted: 06/22/2004 at 8:52am | IP Logged Quote SikSavant

Oh absolutely! I agree 100%. I think these personal style off-shoots illustrate the delight with which owners of the program feel for it. Just couldn't resist some good-natured ribbing. Carry on gang!
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Posted: 04/28/2005 at 2:05pm | IP Logged Quote Chiropteran

I just discovered this. It takes me wa-a-ay back. I notice you haven't
added anything for a while. Thanks for what you've done, any chance of
the rest of the list?

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