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Thread: WIP: Erinnal, World of Evindale

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    Wip WIP: Erinnal, World of Evindale

    (Moderator: Can we move this thread to a WIP section?)

    This is one of those "been working on this since 1979" worlds when it was nothing more than colored pencil on taped-together 8.5" x 11" pieces of hex paper. Now it's a full-fledged world and each country is getting the close-up treatment.

    Enjoy, critique always welcome.
    WIP: Erinnal, World of Evindale-ec.jpg

    And the original world over which Photoshop was applied:
    WIP: Erinnal, World of Evindale-original.jpg
    Last edited by skald1; 01-27-2012 at 04:22 PM.

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    I am a beginner, so I like what you have done. But these guys here are crazy good. No worries, it motivates me too.

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    Nice design on the photoshop map, The colors are very good.

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    The original looks like it took a long time to make. The new map has great use of color (as bogie said)and very nice style.

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    A close-up of lands to the north, the so-called "barbarian" lands of Sta'abri.
    WIP: Erinnal, World of Evindale-staabri.jpg

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    I love the lettering and the old-school hex map feel brings back tons of memories!

    The smaller rivers don't look completely integrated into the map -- they kind of sit on top of the other land and water elements. Can you maybe give them an outline or something so they fit in a little better?

    And you appear to have a couple of rivers that never drain out anywhere. Is that deliberate?

    Great stuff, though.

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