Sometimes this place can be a bit... intimidating. There are so many talented people making so many nice maps that sometimes it can be a bit frighting. I'm fairly secure in my belief in my own talent when it comes to encounter map making and story telling and in a less secure way my large scale map making skills. One area that I had NO confidence in was my ability to create objects. You know, the little details that make an encounter map. Barrels and crates and horses and things like that. There
Updated 10-30-2012 at 03:46 PM by jtougas
Originally Posted by daeVArt
After Finished My 1st map, I’ve Decided to create another map with different style, using Jezelf parchment map Tutorial, and lil bit my Imagination, It’s took at least 4 day to get this result (perhaps more since this was my 1st Map Project Actually, but changed due to confusion on tutorial before).
Well, I REALLY want to ask you, if anything from my map look’s Bad?, so maybe I can Change, or did something Missing?, so I can add
I have a map due to the publisher tomorrow midday. At the last minute, well after roughs had circulated numerous times and had been ok'd for finish, they decided that they didn't want all the type hand lettered, which I had done. I pulled all
lettering off in Ps, and proceeded to reset all the horizontal type in Ps (4.5) which is all I work in. Good. Everything's looking good. But, I get to all the other type that's running up and down rivers, across bays and oceans, down winding roads,
Howdy do folks. Rather than double post everything - I'm already transitioning from my old blog to new - I figured I'd just link here
Absolutely leave comments, either here or there. I love feedback! Ain't that the point of blogging?
I just completed a phone interview for a position as a software developer with OpenGeo, an organization that develops a variety of Open Source GIS software. I think it went really well and it sounds like I'll probably be contacted for a face to face interview.