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    Map The Land of Vectograss

    I decided to make a coloured version from the March 2012 entry, too.

    Done in PS.
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    Nice work. I like the creative hand drawn style

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    Ooh, that's nice. For some reason I didn't get that there were huge glaciers in black and white. Thanks for posting up a color version!

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    Really like this style, particularly The Pillars of Rugtarbal and the Cold Wall

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    On behalf of the Vectorgrass Appreciation Society I must lodge a strong protest, not only is the thread mis-titled, for truly it is the Land of Vectorgrass with a voiced "r", not the silent kind of "r" they use in the Land of 'Rasterg'rass, but further, and perhaps worse, it is a known fact that the Haunted Ruins glow with an unholy and greenish light!



    Just joking. I too find the colours very helpful - they make the glaciers much more obvious. Glaciers. One of the things that I don't know how to represent on a map.

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    Nice map! I always like to see glaciers. I think the interface between geographic zones can make for some interesting maps.

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    Looks Awesome! Well done.
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    Thank you, ladies and gentlemen!

    The glaciers were indeed somewhat hard to identify on the b/w version.

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    This is one I think really does benefit from color. As others have said, it brings out the glaciation.

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