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Thread: Map of Dolmen Isle [commissioned]

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    Thanks all, and thanks to RP and the CLs for the shiny new scroll! It was great fun to do this map and pin down a new style. Thanks for the comments.
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    looks great, looks greater in high-res!

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    Woah! Words fail me.

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    I can't draw by hand. Just can't.

    This is amazing.

    I have noticed looking at it for the 3rd time that it resembles the continent of Australia. Including Tasmania and New Zealand. Was that intentional?

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    Thanks everyone for the compliments. This was a really fun map to create and allowed me to focus on the line art that I hadn't had a chance to work on for a map of this size. I'm really pleased with how it came out. It certainly wasn't intentional that it looked like Australia - if it were then those Dolmens are even more oversized than I thought!
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    Exquisite. From afar, it looks like a woodcut print (a bit more like the maps you see in 17th cent. Europe), but from up close you can see all of the finely inked lines and rich detail.

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    I like it! So much! ^_^ thank you for sharing!

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    Amazing piece of work and beautiful detail -- not at all unexpected from you!
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    “A good map is both a useful tool and a magic carpet to far away places." (unknown)

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    Especially those mountains. those mountains. THOSE MOUNTAINS.

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