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Roll for initiative! Enc makes some Encounter Maps!



  • EncEnc A Fool with Compassion The Land of Flowers (and Dragons)Registered User regular
    acadia wrote: »
    I think that backmost layer, the stars, also needs to pan up, or else it looks like that distant city and land is just springing up out of nowhere, rather than 'becoming visible as you crest the hill' which is what I assume you're going for.

    The large map looks fuckin sweet.

    Thanks! I play around with that tonight. Now that you point it out, I think that was the last thing bugging me about it.

  • EncEnc A Fool with Compassion The Land of Flowers (and Dragons)Registered User regular
    I bought a template to help me learn After Effects via reverse engineering. After playing with it and making a bunch of movies over the last few weeks I finished a "opening" for my new Monster of the Week campaign!

    A bunch of the art is from various game media and such that players picked as their villains, but wherever I had agency I used Fuse to make characters and sketchup for locations. Really happy with it.

  • Dang, that's really cool! You spoil your players. :)

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