Yeah, very green! I like it very much.
But what about the two boxes with hand script in the north and south? Is it intended to be read?
I can read a few words, but it is a bit unsatisfying to have such a cryptic text having bad contrast to background. Why?
Because you don't know secret bardish language. The freaking bard who has drawn the map decided to write some cryptic notes on it. I told him to don't do that but he couldn't help himself :D
On a serious side the boxes are decorative stuff only.
Btw thanks much all!
How could I only get the ridiculous idea to question the great achievements of the freakin' bard that helped you with this map. ;)
Originally Posted by - Max -
After all now we get a glimpse of how you manage to draw all those marvelous maps. Fairy folk magic?
Ssssh! Don't tell anyone :D
I was active in the WIP thread so here's my thoughts in summary:
Amazing color-work, great if not perfect details, no faults that I can find anywhere ever and simply spot-on. This guy deserves all the rep he can get.
This is just lovely work Max. I'm really impressed and just a tad envious at your ability to turn out high quality work in seemingly no time at all.
Thanks Arsheesh. Well not really no time at all but I like to progress quite fast when I'm starting a map (if I have spare time of course) - doesn't mean I don't care about the whole things and details though ;)
Qu'on se le dise... Le français est vraiment une belle langue. Ça me fait toujours plaisir de voir une carte légendée dans la langue de Molière !
Sinon, il s'agit là d'une très belle carte. Les nom sont très sympathiques ! Plaisants à lire. On sens les influences qui afflues au fil des toponymies. Outre cela, pour les "Bois du Ponant", est-ce une référence à Sleepy Hollow ou souhaitais-tu simplement signifier qu'il s'agissait de bois situés à l'Ouest ?
Vraiment bravo !