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Thread: Continent of Celanta - complete!

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    I love the use of the textures. Might I ask where you got the one for the mountains? That's the only one I haven't been able to find.

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    Ahkena - I haven't sent you an Email link to the unlabeled version of this map, but I did upload it... so you might as well just download it from the provided link...

    the Unnamed Continent (formerly called Celanta)

    Nerdling - in the CGTextures category Rock - I've got about four different rock textures used in those mountains. Note the mountains are flat bevels created in Xara using these textures.

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    Thanks a million ! This is very kind from you.

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    Very well done. What program did you use to create this map?

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    Correct me if I'm wrong, I believe GP uses Xara Extreme Pro for all of his maps.
    My Finished Maps | My Challenge Maps | Ghoraja Juun, my largely stagnated campaign setting.

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    Post You're not wrong, SG.

    You are not wrong, SG.

    If someone asked me to create a Dundjinni map - I could certainly do it, as I have the software, CC3 as well. However, since I rather map as fast and comfortable as possible, given my choice, I would always, and only use Xara Xtreme Pro 3.2 or most current version anyway.

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    This is an awesome map!

    My question to you GP: What's the name of the font you used here? I've been all over trying to see if I can match it

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    Post fonts?

    Quote Originally Posted by mysteryman816 View Post
    This is an awesome map!

    My question to you GP: What's the name of the font you used here? I've been all over trying to see if I can match it
    The primary font used in this and many of my maps is called Celtic and its a true type font, the main text continental label is called Caeldera, also a true type font.

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    Wow, that's a very impressive map I love all the different textures you used. In the thumbnail it looked kind of cluttered, but close up it actually looks pretty great.
    I think one drawback of using actual trees in a map is that it looks like it's a small island and these are actual-sized trees. Maybe it's because I've never seen a map done like this before, but it took a moment before I could succesfully make that switch in my brain. Could just be me, though.

    Anyway, I also really like the little island in the SouthWest, the Kingdom of Kells. So much detail in such a small place.

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