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    I worked up some revisions..thanks for your help guys! And thanks for the props, Elena. It was a fun map to do.
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    Oh... I'd completely missed this map. Great stuff. Really well done.
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    This is the exact sort of map style I'm aiming to do myself.

    If you don't mind, could you perhaps explain the process you use?

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    Beautiful work. Well done. I particularly like Sailor's End.
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    Thanks all, glad you like!

    the-golem: I don't mind at all!

    I drew it with some brush and micron pens on a peice of 24"30" paper, some nice smooth finish strathmoore 500 series, 2 ply plate.

    Scanned it in and made some corrections in photoshop, drawing on it with a tablet. A few of the lines were created with the pen tool like the wall and some of the continental borders, but it's essentially all "hand drawn" custom made icons.
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