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    This is fantastic, one of the best maps i've seen on the Guild in recent memory Love the detail and linework!
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    Looks super cool. Did you draw the castle and town on a perspective grid? or did you use a 3D model as base? Job well done either way.
    The only thing that had me confused for a second is that the castle and the maps of the floors are orientated differently, no big deal though.

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    That is product class - tell me you get paid for this in real life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aegean View Post
    That is product class - tell me you get paid for this in real life.
    Sure I did

    Thanks guys for the kind words. Next one will be even better, I promise


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    Last edited by Dain; 07-14-2014 at 12:51 PM.

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    Love the texture you've captured on the roofs and masonry etc. And the tiny figures are a great touch, it's the kind of map you can pour over for a long while, love the hanged men, the dancers(?) inside the castle, the birds. Lovely stuff. Reminds me a bit of Stephen Biesty's great cross sections, lots of character!

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    Nice map! I really like the line work and the shadows on this one.

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