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Naloomi is correct, which is why some users use software like Sketchup. It allows for individuals to create custom blocks, arrange them into pieces, and then use those pieces to create dungeons in a 3D environment. However, Sketchup has a high learning curve (in my opinion), plus you either have to rely on the community to create accurate to-scale pieces for each mold, or make your own... again for each mold.Naloomi wrote: An option would be to either allow importing of custom images (which has its own problems) or allow the creation of larger custom objects from the smaller bricks within your software. Allowing the creation within the software is something very few softwares allow (i’ve tried many) but, IMO, would give you and the end user better control of the image and how it sits, while allowing the end user to also integrate their HA dungeons into their DF collection.
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