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    Wip The world of Arth: Northern Realms.

    This is a map of the northern realms of the fantasy world "Arth".
    My first attempt at my new art-style made in Adobe Photoshop.

    The technique is a mixture of my own and some are from "Saderans" map-tutorial, found in the tutorial section of this forum.

    I hope you like it. Comments below. :-)

    The world of Arth: Northern Realms.-arth.jpg

    The world of Arth: Northern Realms.-arth-political-map.jpg
    Last edited by lerche; 09-09-2013 at 12:11 PM.
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    This is great Ierche. Nice work! The only thing I would suggest it lacks is political borders.

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    I think it looks good, a great example of taking one of the tutorials and making it your own.

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    Pretty good job

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    Thanks alot

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    It looks very good, have rep.
    How did you do the forests?
    I would perhaps tone down a little bit the glow along coastlines.

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    First fill colour with appropriate green colour. Then put some layerstyle: texture on it, and then draw on a layermask with a spatter brush with scatter.

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