This Add-On from Deep Cut Studio and artist Jan Jasinski contains assets depicting dirt paths, modern asphalted roads, cobblestone roads, and both clean and dirty streams. Special features include a wooden bridge, a stone bridge, and a tile for transitioning from a dirt path to a cobblestone road. With the exception of the non-dirt roads, the content is suitable for use in most game genres.
This content was previously only available in physical/printed form. It is a compilation of the artwork from the following physical products, with a few other additions:
Resolution: 300 pixels per grid square
Sample: Click here to view some sample output from this Add-On, at half resolution (150 pixels per grid square)
Number of Assets: 34
Note: This Add-On does not contain the grass texture shown in the preview images. Instead, two alternate grass variants are included. The remaining assets include no background, so you can place them over any texture of your choosing, making the collection even more versatile.
This may come to be considered a “must have” Add-On. It’s one that you should get a lot of mileage out of.
This Add-On is for Personal Use Only, and cannot be used in published or commercial projects. You may, however, have maps made with this Add-On printed by Deep Cut Studio, which offers great solutions printing maps on various materials, including mousepad material (thick and non-slip) and vinyl (PVC), a material that is not only highly durable and spill-proof, but also allows writing on the map with water-based markers that clean right off. For a comparison of the various materials, watch this video.
Note: This product is only usable in the MapForge software (v1.1.6 or higher). It is not a collection of stand-alone graphics, but rather a single, copy-protected file which requires a registration code for the content to be accessible to the MapForge software.
PAV (verified owner) –
Really detailed and easy to use for making a nice looking, straight forward map. Pairs nicely with Kepli’s Trees or CSUAC Vegetation or Gabriel Pickard’s Slap Down Town for near-instant great looking maps.