View Full Version : Long Lost Map of Tannin
08-22-2010, 06:51 PM
Though no one here has seen this map before, I'm calling it finished as it was only a sort of personal challenge as well as practice (fonts, aging, etc) and I thought it turned out pretty well...and I'll probably never come back to it. The main two maps are maps that I had already done with slight editing. I renamed a few countries from my Arnan world because I thought the original names sounded pretty stupid. The city map inset is just a city generated from the RPG Citymap Generator that I colored in and is by no means a final layout of the city it's supposed to be. So anyways, here's my first "final" map.
And it's labeled Tannin-Mercator because the source map form which I got the idea was labeled so, well without the Tannin part anyways...lol
And Acsension, I'm still working on the shading techniques you showed me with the other map, I haven't given up on it yet.
08-22-2010, 09:03 PM
looks very good!
I think that the brushes on the Island map look too uniform, especially compared to the left side of the page
good job though, I like the town especially for some reason.
08-22-2010, 09:13 PM
Yeah, I haven't quite got the hang of drawing mountains and stuff like that yet with my tablet, but I'm getting there.
08-25-2010, 10:48 AM
Out of curiosity what is that transparent thing that I can can see under the city map?It seems to me as if it is a semi-transparent copy of the others two maps right half.
Edit:Looking at it more I now think that it is a semi-transparent horizontally flipped copy of the other two maps right half.
Now I'm quite confused.
08-25-2010, 11:54 AM
It was supposed to simulate ink from the right side fading into the left side from being folded so long...lol I should have probably grunged that side up pretty good so you only see a little bit of transfer...this whole map was just an experiment and I'll file that away as something I need to work on if I try it again.
08-25-2010, 11:55 AM
Now I'm quite confused.
Looks like cjs0216 intended it to be a kind of bleed over of the ink based on the map being folded in half for an extended period of time.
ETA: Looks like the OP beat me to the post... :)
08-27-2010, 04:28 AM
I would have never thought of that explanation but it does look quite cool.
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