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    Map Montedragone

    Italian themed city. Drawn with pencils, scanned, some colouring, editing and labeling in PS.
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    Fantastic job Sapiento! EDIT: can't rep you now I'm afraid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arsheesh View Post
    Fantastic job Sapiento! EDIT: can't rep you now I'm afraid.

    Cheers,
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    Thank you, Arsheesh!

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    Very nice job Sap, I like the color scheme.

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    Beautiful drawing!

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    Very fine job! It makes me think about a description of an italian city (can't recall the title of the book though).

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    Cool image Sap. It really conveys an Italian theme as well.
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    Thank you, guys! I hope I'm soon in the mood for another drawing like this.

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    I love the sparse use of color against an otherwise "sepia" toned parchment. The only thing I might say to bring out even just a tad more pop would be for those foreground trees to get a very slight dodge on the sun side(or a burn on the shadow side, but I think I would prefer the former approach). I bring this up since it's fairly obvious(or perhaps it's just an illusion!!) but the sun side of the buildings really pop as being lighter than the parchment background...

    Great map... but then again, I don't recall ever seeing one of your maps I did not like!
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    Excellent work Sapiento!

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