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    Map Amiril

    Done for VonSchlick Productions.

    Made in PS.
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    Some interesting land forms in this one...
    My Finished Maps | My Challenge Maps | Ghoraja Juun, my largely stagnated campaign setting.

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    Nice! What's going on with the extensive sea ice?

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    I had received a sketch from the client, which was generated by some program. I turned it into a satellite style map, but kept the original shapes of the land as well as the ice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapiento View Post
    ..., which was generated by some program. ...
    It looks like the sort of map created by fractal mapping software. At a guess I'd say Fractal World Mapper which comes with the AstroSynthesis star mapping software from NBOS. The AstroSynthesis software is a great 3D star mapping software. The included Fractal World Mapper creates maps similar to the one posted in this thread, and I've often found it a good starting place.

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    That icy tendril in the north really intrigues me for some reason

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    Fractal Mapper does indeed leave those big white marks across the poles when you're in gaia view. I had to avoid using gaia view because of that. My world is tropical.

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