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    Map The Lands of Orum: The Red Epic

    Hey guys, just got done this little map for a client and had alot of fun with it. Been doin' alot of B/W gray scale maps lately for indie authors, and most have been pretty interesting

    The Lands of Orum:


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    That is a great looking map. The details and flourishes are all great. Nice job.

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    Love the subtle "tentacles" coming from dark fortress...really nice touch. Top notch all around as usual!
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    This looks great! But .... it's quite dark on my phone which is where I read ebooks. Just an FYI in case this author is releasing in eformat

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    Very nice, I like this one a lot! The tentacles are great I agree.
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    A fascinating map, I love that grass ... uhm. The plains, I mean.

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    Very well done! The Dark Fortress is excellent.

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    Very nice! I'm really fond of b/w maps, reminds me of old rpg games:-)
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    B/w fits nicely on my kindle. Great work and I love that you're helping indie authors!

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