Very, very good.
Absolutely agree with Gaz. High quality stuff.
Very, very good.
Thanks to all who replied and also thanks to the Guild for making this project a featured one.
There is one thing I want to say.
Pasis took the time to write a tutorial, which motivated me to do this in the first place. Of course my own style might be in there since I tweaked a lot, but that tutorial is what got me started. So, to all of you who take the time to write all those awesome tutorials, they are much appreciated.
A very well-deserved pick. This map is gorgeous. The talent on these boards never ceases to amaze me.
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That map is great. When I go back to re-read those books I will be printing this out as a poster just to reference and admire the beauty of the work.
very cool buddy. I especially like the authentic looking renaissance background filler. Good stuff! +1
Its this map that rekindled my interest in the book series, hell i actually use this map instead of the one in the book now, BRAVO! dear sir bravo! We need an applause smilie for this map.
People come and people go. I walk amongst them, I see their faces; but none see mine. I pass them in the streets but nary a glance is spared my way, for what interest would they have in a Wanderer? Not of this world... Forever Alone... Forever Wandering... LoneWandererD...
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Really great work!