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    Quote Originally Posted by RobA View Post
    Did you get some inspiration from Don's tutorial, or are these new techniques? (Just asking, cause they seem to have a similar "feel".)

    Also- how did you get the buildings coloured differently (but completely)?
    I did have a look at Don's tutorial (fantastic, btw) cos I wanted to do a city map for my campaign. I couldn't get the buildings to work as I wanted them though, so the map really started out as an exercise on how to do buildings. That's why I made the buildings pattern. The rest I made up from scratch except the dirt texture - can't remember where this came from, probably RPtools Dorpond or another.

    The water effect is shown here in the RPtools forum:http://forums.rptools.net/viewtopic.php?t=2103

    I think the poster edges filter (the idea of which did come from Don's tut) is a love it/hate type of thing. Personally I like it, but I can see why others might not.

    Edit - forgot to mention that the different building colours are simply several hue/saturation adjustment layers arranged in a clipping group with the building pattern and then manually painted to colour random buildings.
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    I really want to see a tutorial of the process. The file is great and all, but having a tutorial that walks through the process is even better.

    By the way, there seem to be some extra 'u's in some of your words.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RPMiller View Post
    I really want to see a tutorial of the process. The file is great and all, but having a tutorial that walks through the process is even better.
    Agreed... even just a tutorial of how you did the forests because they seem perfect. I've been trying to find a way that I like best for forests and this map takes the cake!
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    Also Aidy...check the PM I sent ya.
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    Congrats on having a Featured Map!

    Absolutely wonderful map!
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    A very well deserved honor!
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    You completely deserve the feautured map laurel. This was a great map.

    I was also jubilant when I read in your write up for that page "I intend to do a tutorial on how I made the map"! That is awesome--can't wait to see it. This will be a big asset to any map makers out there! Thanks in advance!

    Once again, congrats!
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    Indeed....Congrats!
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    Congrats, well deserved! By the way RP you are missing a few "u"s in your last post.
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