Derived from the D&D Game Accessory - Keep on the Borderlands B2 - Module 9034, this is the shallow valley known to the world of Tabletop Role Playing Gamers (Old School!) as the Caves of Chaos. This took me a week of trial and error-corrections. I submit that some of the Western-most tunnels may not all be quite as correct as I wanted and if I can correct them, I will update this submission as I have time. The total file is 13.8MB in size so be forewarned... it will take older machines a short delay to display and then rotate so you may inspect the caves, entries and other parts. I rendered this topologically accurate (or at least as close to accurate can be given as this rendition was from module descriptions and my own play-time experiences over the course of four decades...)
I rendered it here as a SketchUp v8.00 for backward compatibility. I also borrowed a fantastic 2D+3D tree for display purposes (thanks to Marcus (https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/user.html?id=0540565041901288139561694) for his "Tree - 2D and 3D". Excellent model and the 2DFaceMe Layer is the one I used herein.
Enjoy! And don't forget to 'LIKE' if the Caves of Chaos (CoC) appeal to you: use and let me know any corrections or modifications you might enjoy! I always like my SketchUp models getting some download and usage. ;-)
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