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3D Map Generator 2 - Isometric.rar


How to Create Stunning 3D Maps with Photoshop


If you are looking for a way to create realistic 3D maps with Photoshop, you might be interested in the 3D Map Generator 2 - Isometric plugin and action set. This tool allows you to design your own 3D maps with different isometric orientations, layer structures, effects and presets. You can also use any isometric icons you find online to customize your map.


In this article, we will show you how to use the 3D Map Generator 2 - Isometric plugin and action set to create amazing 3D maps in Photoshop. You will need Photoshop CS6 or newer for the plugin version, or Photoshop CS4 or higher for the action set version. You will also need to download the 3D Map Generator 2 - Isometric.rar file from here [^1^] or here [^4^] and extract it to your computer.


Step 1: Install the Plugin or Action Set


If you are using the plugin version, you need to copy the folder "3D Map Generator 2 - Isometric" from the extracted rar file to your Photoshop plugins folder. The default location is C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop (version)\Plug-ins. Then restart Photoshop and go to Window > Extensions > 3D Map Generator 2 - Isometric to open the plugin panel.


If you are using the action set version, you need to load the file "3D Map Generator 2 - Isometric.atn" from the extracted rar file to your Photoshop actions panel. Go to Window > Actions and click on the menu icon on the top right corner of the panel. Choose Load Actions and browse to the file location. Then expand the folder "3D Map Generator 2 - Isometric" and select one of the three isometric orientations: Frontal, Left or Right.


Step 2: Create a New Document


Next, you need to create a new document with a transparent background and a size that matches your desired map size. For example, if you want a map of 1000 x 1000 pixels, create a document of that size. You can also use any existing document as long as it has a transparent background.


Step 3: Draw Your Map Elements


Now comes the fun part: drawing your map elements. You can use any tools or methods you like, such as brushes, shapes, text, images or icons. Just make sure that each element is on a separate layer and that they are aligned with the isometric grid. You can use the grid presets from the plugin or action set to help you with that.


For example, if you want to draw a road, you can use a rectangular shape tool and adjust its width and angle according to the grid. If you want to add a building, you can use an isometric icon from the web or create your own with shapes and layer styles. If you want to add a label, you can use a text tool and rotate it accordingly.


You can also use the Top Layer Designer feature from the plugin or action set to create rivers, lakes, paths, beaches or marks on your map. Just select one of these options from the menu and draw on your map with a brush tool. You can change the color, size and opacity of your brush as well as undo or erase your strokes.


Step 4: Apply Effects and Presets


Once you have drawn all your map elements, you can apply effects and presets from the plugin or action set to make your map look more realistic and detailed. You can choose from different surfaces, side surfaces, layer styles and global light settings. You can also adjust the gravel and spume effects for more texture and depth.


To apply effects and presets from the plugin version, just select one of the options from the dropdown menus on the plugin panel and click on Apply. You can also click on Preview before applying to see how it looks on your map. To apply effects and presets from the action set version, just select one of the actions from the actions panel and click on Play.


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