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Tutorial: Making isometric tiles

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Hey, guys. Due to quite a few requests, I decided to whip together a quick tutorial on how I make isometric terrain tiles for my game, Golem. It''s currently a rough draft, and pretty simple besides, but I thought I''d get some feedback from the other isometric fans around here. The link is here. Take a look and tell me what you think.

Golem Blender--The Gimp--Python--Lua--SDL Nethack--Crawl--ADOM--Angband--Dungeondweller

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