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    Map The Red Epic update, maps for DGS and others...

    Hey all,

    Been some time since i posted, mostly due to my work and other more personal issues. Happy to update and bring you some of the work i have been producing lately, especially this large map for DGS (dead Generals' Society) who have permission to use my map in publication(though i retain ownership).

    Also got some Personal maps i did for a member here on the guild, Bill4747.

    Check it out, and check out my updated website and new section(and other work besides maps) on my website...

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    Map Personal commissions

    And the maps for Bill...





    Hit me up with some comments, always appreciated

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    Wow, you have a very cool, unique style. I love these maps. The cities and villages that are just sketches (and not pencilled in) on the last maps are a nice touch. I like the top map most though, I think. The forest, mountains and cities are vere well done. As is the water and the parchment effect. I can't think of any critique, only that I wish I was as good as you

    Repped!
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    I like the freshness of the colours especially

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    Repped, for justice!

    I can barely believe my eyes over just how fantastic those maps are! All the little touches like the animals, icons, etc blend into the maps perfectly. By far the best thing is the strong coloring. It just makes the maps look so lively and catches the attention right from the first glance.

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    Very cool stuff!
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    Thanks everyone for the comments!
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    The color is unique. I really like the way you pulled everything together.
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    Beautiful maps, the digital colour job looks very traditional (good thing)
    Also I love the font choice.

    My only critic is that I find the edges of the map, which are very cool and well done, take a bit a way from the work of the map itself. I think a less emphasize on the edge will really draw into the cool original artwork of the inside.

    -Terry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aerius View Post
    Beautiful maps, the digital colour job looks very traditional (good thing)
    Also I love the font choice.

    My only critic is that I find the edges of the map, which are very cool and well done, take a bit a way from the work of the map itself. I think a less emphasize on the edge will really draw into the cool original artwork of the inside.

    -Terry
    I agree. Your maps are beautiful but the supersaturated edges seem to distract from the art.

    Keep up the good work!

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