The buildings are totally cute. Thanks for sharing them! But can I ask for permission to use them for photomanipulations here on DA? I imagine how cool they would look as some kind of kids' toys or wallhangers.
the license allows you to do anything with them, even for commercial purposes. Still, I appreciate you asking for permission. If you do anything with these pictures, please post a link here as a comment.
Thank you a lot, of course I'll do. I see crediting as simply doing justice to those fantastic and generous artists. Merry Christmas! I prepared a present for fellow deviants, I'd be happy if you like it: fav.me/d6z1wtc.
I thought your comment was nice - no worries, it did not come over as ironic.
What is TBS?
The images are meant to be used for drawing city maps - you can find examples in my gallery using them. I did them for myself but thought I could share them. It would be cool to see them in some other context one day.
Not sure about the scrolling part of this? Scrolling how, and why? I guess you mean a big big map, like a terrain for a game (aka "level map").
Looking from the opposite end (mine is, "I have no time for much anything other than such things" haha) ...
I see no major impediment as to how easily this could be used as part of a game map, however especially with respect to smaller elements (small bridges, towers etc...) it would have to be a 2-layer map for lack of ground under the elements. Of course a 2 layer map is more flexible (and slower to use) than conflating the ground and buildings; i'm assuming that RPG-maker and similar should support it out of the box (more into 3D games so, drawing on common-sense to make assumptions).
Me fancy doing a kind of 3D rendition of these, if you don't mind of course (I'm not turning it into a project of any kind, just an itch )
So what are all these pretty maps and graphics for? Are you a professional artist or mainly having fun?