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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderfate View Post
    i have to find some hand drawn isometric people to stamp into my maps.
    What isometrics are you looking for? maybe I can help (drawing isometrics is mostly what I do in Photoshop)

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    basically general small stuff like villagers, buckets, chickens, just thinks go give my maps a little lived in feel. thanks

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    So, I'm generally really liking this.

    The marsh grass looks really good. I like what you did with it. And the stones of the circle, and the dragon are very evocative.

    Not a problem exactly, but the Foliage on the Grandfather Oak is a bit round for my taste. I would have preferred if it stretched out just a bit more off to the sides. Again, not a problem, just personal taste.

    Whose is that house up their on the ledge? Does it belong to a druid? Some woodsman who defends the grove? A random bumpkin? I know if I was a druid I wouldn't want just anyone staring in at me while I worked my magic.

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    i agree about the grandfather oak, and yes the cabin belongs to the druid. been out of hobby for awhile, trying to work up motivation to get start drawing again. thanks

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    Druids grove inspired by the works of Sapiento and Djekspek-drayo-s-grove-x8.jpg

    messed with the grandfather oak a bit, and threw some more trees in

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    Ooh, I like the sketchy feel of this map. Great job so far Spiderfate.

    Cheers,
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    Still need to fix your shadows on the trees...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfrazierjr View Post
    Still need to fix your shadows on the trees...
    yeah im saving that for when im done with all the trees so i can do it all at once. many of the trees will be covered up by other trees.

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    Druids grove inspired by the works of Sapiento and Djekspek-drayo-s-grove-x8.jpg
    a few improvements

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    Looking really good! I like the changes. The only thing I miss is the sense of turbulence from the waterfall, where the fall meets the pool below.

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