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    Post Town of Riverfield

    I finally added a few finishing touches to my town map (from this thread). I added a few more buildings, did some tweaks with the trees, and added some extra touches to the ground.

    Presenting the Town of Riverfield.
    Town of Riverfield-riverfield_nogrid.jpg

    And here is the town with a grid.
    Town of Riverfield-riverfield_grid.jpg

    My next task is to write the tutorial on how I did those fields.
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    Simply amazing. You've created a beautiful map that's also very instructive and usable.

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    Nice map and the fields certainly look good. Have some rep
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    love me some of them there fields...
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    That is a really yummy-looking map!
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    Stunning. Good work. Repped and rated.
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    Thanks guys. I appreciate the comments (and the rep ). I guess I should mention some of the processes that were behind that map. All of those houses are hand drawn and scanned into the computer where I modify them with the free transform option in PS. I then add a colour overlay, an inner bevel, and an outer glow to get what you see. The rivers were created by all of the help I got in my first map done in this style (see here) - thanks again guys! The farmer's fields were devilishly simple to create but I will explain that in the tutorial I'm writing.
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    I thought I should mention that the farmer's field is now available over in the Tutorial subforum:
    Farmers Fields Tut
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