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Thread: Torentine: Political Map - by a2area

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    It's really interesting seeing a fantasy map draw in such a modern style. Very cool.

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    Awsome... I like the modern Realisticness to it!

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    I wish I could get my first map to be as pro-looking as that. Great work

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    This gorgeous map-making style is now available as CC3 map-making style in the Cartographer's Annual here.
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    Congrats a2a!!

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    well done!!

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    Just Amazing. Bravo !
    It could easily fool somebody who is not fond in geography.

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    Whoa, this is really awesome, so professional... Well done!

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    This is an amazing job indeed, very good job.

    The only thing that I could not find was the scale of the map extent. I only looked at it for a minute, and as a complete n00b here, I doubt you wanted some random d00d to QC your map. Also I am judging it on Earth terms (size, planetary tilt, etc.), so it may not be even justified at all. The only other thing that I noticed was the equator 0 had some curvature to it, and the grid north at the equator seemed to be angled, though without a scale its hard to determine the math of the grid. There is also no datum in the legend, though this is not always necessary. The legend also lacks a map projection, though it appears to use a standard UTM projection. Other than that the only thing I would change is some of the locations of the annotation of the populated places and their masks.

    It looks beautiful and is a great job.

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    Nice contemporary atlas style! Good work sir!
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