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    Default Dupho – isometric city commission

    Finished a commission for the writer Jason A. Holt today, for his upcoming novel Artificer of Dupho. It's a city inspired by ancient Cartage, but built on a flat plateau and militarily planned. The points of interest are very exaggerated in size… obviously The thing in the top right corner is the "compass rose". It works on a different principle in Jason's world, where the directions are called Moonward, Sunward and Lithward, after the three heavenly bodies of that world.

    It was fun to do a city map again, and in a very different style compared to my first

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    Good job! I like the idea behind the compass rose.

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    This is really cool. I like the aqueduct (if that's what it is) spanning the city.
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    Very interesting concept for a city. Nice work on this Lingon.

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    Thanks Ilanthar, The Buce and Arsheesh!
    Yup, it's an aqueduct.

    And I forgot to mention, the font is Dominican by Harold Lohner. Credit where credit is due

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