This is the second non-CSUAC Add-On produced by this campaign, and it’s intended to let you create tavern walls (or other rustic-style interior walls) in 4 different styles, or color schemes.
The artwork was created by Lokistics, an artist on DevianArt. The original set that inspired this Add-On is available here, should you want the stand-alone PNGs (license/usage details are also available there).
This Add-On contains Items only (328 assets).
Commercial use is allowed, but the artist would like to be credited when you use his artwork, so please keep that in mind. Additional color mods have been added by Hernan Ruiz Camauer, exclusively for this MapForge Add-On.
This Add-On was produced by the MapForge Patreon campaign. If you’d like to see more free Add-Ons like this produced, please consider becoming a patron.
Artwork Resolution (pixels per grid square): 200
Dev Notes: For this MapForge Add-On, I excluded a couple of styles in the original set (they looked too similar, in my opinion) and instead replaced them with two new (lighter-colored) styles that I created via color mods. I also added half-length wall segments, which should prove useful.
This Add-On is far more useful now that the Draw Tools have been added to MapForge v1.2, since that allows you to draw textured floor regions for these Tavern Walls to be placed over.
This Add-On is best used with MapForge v1.1.4 or later, since the new Search feature will allow very useful filtering of the assets it contains. Search tags of particular importance include:
“Dark Center” or “Light Center” (pick one)
“Dark Edge” or “Light Edge” (pick one)
The 4 possible combinations determined by the tag choices above will determine which of the 4 included asset styles to use, and will show only assets of that style as you map.
The “Easy Mode” tag filters out everything except for basic walls, corners, doors and windows, allowing you to map out basic structures in record time.
See the attached image for an example of how you might combine these tags in a Search.
Note: This product is only usable in the MapForge software. It is not a collection of stand-alone graphics, but rather a single, copy-protected file which is only accessible to the MapForge software.