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2D All the way! / making maps from tiles in photoshop7...HELP Please!

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Posted: 9th Aug 2003 00:47
How would I take a peace of a map or anything in photoshop7
and reapet it again and again kind of like rpg maker's map editor.

Sorry if this question sounds stupid but can't figure it out but if you can help Thanks
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Posted: 9th Aug 2003 15:37
theres a filter at the bottom of the list called offset.

offsetting the texture 50% in both H and V directions will create a seamless tile. There may in some situations be a line or seam you will have to finger paint or smudge away provided thats the method you want to take to remove the seam.

kais power tools is a suite of filters and version 3 very old had a seamless filter inside its tools.

Texture maker can take a multitude of options in this regard, from selection a portion to make the texture from to duplicating and reversing it etc.. while adding new seamless layers and effects.

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Posted: 9th Aug 2003 22:20 Edited at: 9th Aug 2003 22:20
I use texturer make and photoshop for my work. They work great together; I recommend you get texture maker if you don't already have it.

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Posted: 28th Aug 2003 13:52 Edited at: 28th Aug 2003 13:53
Hi James1980,

I am writing an isometric map editor and tile engine. Here is a screenshot:

You will be able to import your own tile terrains (jpegs) into it.

I hope to release a tech demo this weekend

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