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chrispedersen February 10th, 2009 12:09 PM

Re: Cartographers� Guild

Originally Posted by lch (Post 590361)
I just stumbles over the Cartographers� Guild which might be of interest to map makers:


The Cartographers� Guild is a forum created by and for map makers and aficionados, a place where every aspect of cartography can be admired, examined, learned, and discussed. Our membership consists of professional designers and artists, hobbyists, and amateurs�all are welcome to join and participate in the quest for cartographic skill and knowledge.

Although we specialize in maps of fictional realms, as commonly used in both novels and games (both tabletop and role-playing), many Guild members are also proficient in historical and contemporary maps. Likewise, we specialize in computer-assisted cartography (such as with GIMP, Adobe apps, Campaign Cartographer, Dundjinni, etc.), although many members here also have interest in maps drafted by hand.

The Cartographers' Guild is a friendly, open community, welcoming to everyone who pursues cartographic excellence. We love to share our maps, to help one another improve our maps, and to pool our mapping resources. Please enjoy your visit, and feel free to join our ranks!

If anyone has the chance, they can also check out wilbur which is a great free program.

Burnsaber June 15th, 2009 02:23 PM

Re: Tools and Tutorials
I created a tutorial on creating new sprites by using vanilla dom3 graphics as base and combining them. See the following link:


fluff995 October 2nd, 2009 07:39 PM

Re: Tools and Tutorials

Originally Posted by Arralen (Post 484857)
Map + Mod File Editor with Dom3 Syntax Scheme [Freeware ]

It's freeware, does not need to be installed - just unzip, start the .exe.

It runs under Win, yet it can write files in UNIX format as the DOM mod files are.

It's available in english.

.. and I have done a complete syntax highlighting scheme for it.

Just dropped in to say thanks to mr. Arralen for posting the Proton tool. It's been awhile since I last played Dom3, and there is no way to get into it again without the proper mods and goodies. You guys are all great for making this the one stop site for everything Dominions.

Ghill November 19th, 2009 07:33 PM

Re: Tools and Tutorials
I am new to modding, and really need a list of working commands.

I got the Proton syntax software, is there any way to look through it's list of recognized commands? If I could see command names/ input spots then I could work out the rest myself.

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