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    Map World of Montenai Ebook map by TheRedEpic

    Hey Guys,

    Just finished up this B/W E-book map that i did for Tricia Zoeller's World of Montenai book series. Had a blast, and figured i'd post since unfortunately their aren't too many B/W maps posted on this forum in general. I also wanted to let everyone know that maps don't always have to be massive epic affairs

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    lovely piece!
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    Very nice work as usual! One of the the difficulty with greyscale maps is to avoid some kind of flatness and lack of contrast and you manage to do it very nicely while keeping the art very pleasant and legible!

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    I want a massive epic love affair!

    Great map. I love black and white maps. Some of my first commissions were for book maps.

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    Beautiful! It's hard to see where exactly the scenes are located on the map, but I guess there's not much to do about that… I also think that the title would look better with some more air around it, so it's not squeezed into the corner. But those are nitpicks. Gorgeous map.

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    Thanks everyone! @ Lingon- i agree, the title could be a bit less mushed in their, but i had to have so it was legible and bold at the same time, and not overpowered by the other elements. Still always stuff to work on

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    Great Work, the combination of Topdown Buildings and Isometric Trees worked on this map for me. Its great to see more of your work comming in lately again!

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    Love the scale! I like smaller villages!

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