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    Wow, these look great!

    I love the colors you used for everything! The borders are very distinct and really caught my attention, but they match the maps well.

    the technique you used for the forests and mountains are awesome.

    Great Job

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    Quote Originally Posted by torstan View Post
    I'll let people figure out how all of these interlink Suffice to say keeping track of all the different edges and labels was a very large part of the challenge for this commission.
    so this isn't one large map cropped into the various regions?! if so, did you at least have a world coastline to work with, starting each from scratch? sounds like a hell of a job, but great work

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    Are these maps for the game that is on the iOS and android and pc or just for the table top.?

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    Keep up the good work!

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    Eilathen - I'm afraid these will be limited to this resolution. The 300dpi versions are available with the pdf.

    jigsawman - these were created using Photoshop and a Wacom tablet.

    Schwarzkreuz - thanks! I'm glad you like the Lands of Ice and Fire!

    Vorropohaiah - I did actually end up creating one massive base map with borders, colours and all the terrain and then labelled each map individually. It was a bit of a beast to do, but the final result was totally worth it. It was at least as much a matter of information management as of illustration.

    RubyBlue - the game is for the tabletop, for Age, 4E D&D or Pathfinder. There's also an app for the iPad that allows you to scroll and pan through the whole world.

    Sorry for the late replies all! I missed the activity on this thread. Thanks for all the likes and the kind words.
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    Awesome job on labels

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