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    Very very beautiful. Keep it up, man. Really impressive. You could tell us which tecniques you have used on Photoshop.
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    Thanks Inocencio! Ah well, not any specific technics used here :/ I used a combination of textures for the background, hand made pattern for the sea dots and the coastline hatch. City icons and trees were drawn on the map then cloned with the stamp/clone tool. I don't know if that answers your question.

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    beautiful, I can only agree to what all the others already said. Very impressive.
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    And that's with great detail like "A COMPASS tells you which direction is north!"

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    Thanks Lyrillies, glad you like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by - Max - View Post
    Hi everyone,

    Here is one of my latest personal work, the map of Vardenia and Urenia and the map of the city of Septentia. On this one, I wanted to map fictional regions trying to recreate (as best as I can) something close to late 16th century old maps style, with its flaws, its inconsistencies and typographical approximations and specifical geographic elements. I also wanted to add a map of small city in a bird's eye style, widely used in the style of that time (although usually separated from regional or continental maps). I used an odd combination of (approximate) latin and some "fake" language close to italian and a bit of spanish to label it. Anyway it was quite fun to do and I hope you'll like it!
    The WIP thread is here. Thanks to all who supported it

    The original map size is 16x11" and all the elements of the map were digitally hand-drawn and colored in photoshop.

    As usual, feel free to rate, rep or run away

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    This is amazing, are you taking commissions currently?

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    Yes I am You can reach me via private messaging or at maximeplassse(at)yahoo(dot)fr to discuss about it.

    Best,

    Max

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    This is very good.
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    Thank you Exadore !

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