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I'm trying to import some artwork for a 2D tile based isomatric game. I'm having a problem with larger art objects to represent items on the game map. They need to be sliced up a certain way, otherwise the object appears to sink into the game map. I'm looking for either a utility that will slice large images correctly, or the math that will do the same so I can write my own utility. Examples of a map tile for the game: http://eriminator.er.funpic.de/grafiken/mosaik_dunkel.html Some tutorials, unfortunately not in English but should give you an idea of the isometry used and how the images need to be cut up: http://eriminator.er.funpic.de/grafiken/white2black.html http://eriminator.er.funpic.de/grafiken/basic.html http://eriminator.er.funpic.de/grafiken/baum.html Can anyone help me out? Even a step-by-step tutorial on how to do this manually using paintshop pro or photoshop would help. Thanks, HR

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