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Sapiento
05-31-2010, 12:54 PM
These maps were made for the Soulshard (http://soulshard.wikidot.com/) campaign setting.

One map shows the two continents, Dhaere (large one) and Aren Doael (smaller one), the other the Sheinar peninsula on the east coast of Dhaere.

Done in PS.

Edit: as the thumbnail function doesn't work again, I post outgoing images here. This error is slowly but surely getting on my nerves :(

http://th05.deviantart.net/fs71/150/i/2010/151/8/9/Commission__Sheinar_Peninsula_by_Sapiento.jpg (http://fc05.deviantart.net/fs71/i/2010/151/8/9/Commission__Sheinar_Peninsula_by_Sapiento.jpg)

http://th00.deviantart.net/fs71/150/i/2010/151/2/8/Commission__Dhaere_by_Sapiento.jpg (http://www.deviantart.com/download/165949549/Commission__Dhaere_by_Sapiento.jpg)

Ascension
05-31-2010, 04:05 PM
I'm with ya on the frustration thing there, bro. I can't get it to happen again after the one time that it did for me. I think it's confined to just jpgs and the error (I think) is in the new software but I'm no techie so I don't know how to find it or fix it.

tilt
05-31-2010, 04:09 PM
looking good as usual :)
the mountains in the top map feels a little out of place in regards to rest of the graphic, which is very flat...

Sapiento
06-01-2010, 12:45 AM
I'm with ya on the frustration thing there, bro. I can't get it to happen again after the one time that it did for me. I think it's confined to just jpgs and the error (I think) is in the new software but I'm no techie so I don't know how to find it or fix it.

One time it accepts jpeg, another time there is an error message. I also don't have a clue why.


looking good as usual :)
the mountains in the top map feels a little out of place in regards to rest of the graphic, which is very flat...

Thanks. Regarding the mountains: I try with these maps to make the geography as realistic as possible. On such a scale - thousands of miles -you can hardly see any hills or elevations which are not outstanding. I used satellite photos in the past to check this, and usually only 'real' mountains can be seen from such a height.