Re: [nbos] 3D medieval city
Thu Oct 4th, 2012
Ive just uploaded them to the 3D Warehouse on SketchUp, just search for Loudwater or Winterhaven.

By the way the standard version of SketchUp is free, and is almost nearly as functional as Pro version except for the exporters.

From: [] On Behalf Of Whirlpool_1
Sent: 04 October 2012 18:18
Subject: Re: [nbos] 3D medieval city

I have created some maps in Sketchup which I’m happy to share via DropBox.

1) Winterhaven (from D&D Keep on the Shadowfell)

2) Loudwater (from D&D Forgotten Realms campaign setting)

Also, a couple of test/sample dungeons that I was expermineting with are knocking around too.

I posted the city maps on the site a few years ago, and even got a nice comment from Chris Perkins their Creative Manager. Never had chance to do anymore, but I really fancied doing Fallcrest out of the 4E D&D DMs Guide… then Waterdeep lol J.. Life got in the way as per usual J

Let me know if you want a DropBox link posted to the board address.



From: [] On Behalf Of Dalton Calford
Sent: 04 October 2012 16:59
Subject: Re: [nbos] 3D medieval city

True, I was not saying to share the models, I was stating that the Daz3d software is free and the models he has can be shared between the software he has.

The reason I was asking was that I already own a great deal of building models and if I own the same ones he has, then I can use any creation he is willing to share. As Daz is free, then anyone who wants to contribute could also purchase the required models and work on the project. Since most of the models are cheap on their own, if you are only working with a few, the cost to become a contributor would likely be under $100, which is far less than the cost of Bryce and other such packages.

It all comes down to how accessible the material is and how steep the learning curve is.

From: [] On Behalf Of Dennisdutton
Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2012 11:39 AM
Subject: Re: [nbos] 3D medieval city

Rong, daz is a commercial company that sells models, I don't think you can upload to it without their revenew.

Dennis Dutton

On Oct 4, 2012, at 8:51 AM, Dalton Calford <> wrote:

I have used Bryce and Daz3D but not for a few years.

Daz is free and I believe you can share meshes between Bryce/Poser and Daz.

Not sure though as I have not done it for a few years.

From: [] On Behalf Of Dennisdutton
Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2012 10:33 AM
Subject: Re: [nbos] 3D medieval city

I'm using Bryce 6, Poser 6 and Photoshop CS4 for this.

I got a package of a dozen ground floors, a dozen upper floors, a dozen roofs, etc. that can be used to make thousands of

Georgian style buildings (from Zippy).

My final results are in PDF format when I figure how to share them (the later being the steepest of the learning curves).

Khaire, Theoros Dennis

Iereus ekathbolou Dionysus

Demarkhos, Demos Hellenotamiai

On Oct 4, 2012, at 8:13 AM, Dalton Calford <> wrote:

What software are you using? Which model meshes are you using?

I am very interested in this.

From: [] On Behalf Of Dustin Evermore
Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2012 9:45 AM
Subject: Re: [nbos] 3D medieval city

Yikes! Your font size frightened me. :)

Might I suggest putting it in a google drive and setting permission to share it? Or if you use Dropbox you could drop it in your Public folder. In each of these options, you can simply copy the link (URL) and paste it in an email here. Both Google accounts and Dropbox accounts are free options.


On Oct 4, 2012, at 5:20 AM, Dennisdutton <> wrote:

I cannot send an attachment to this list, which is understandable, but if I m to share I need a address to send to.


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