Looks great, you got a good grasp of the different styles!
This is my last map made using the Stype Pack Sarah Wroot, in the Cartographer's annual volume 1 of Profantasy.
I have not changed the style, I have applied as is.
I appreciate its simplicity and color palette.
I think I could use this map to make a "real" on paper with watercolors. It really tempts me to try.
Nice little map!
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Pull over Citizen! You have violated the River Police Laws!
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The worst river violations ever...
Now, that said, the map is exquisite, and is a wonderful take on the Sarah Wroot style!
Mea culpa, NeonKnight.
Usually, for rivers, FT Pro work for me, but last night I was lazy, so I did it quickly to hand.
So, here are the rivers reviewed by FT Pro and also some general modifications to the map.
In fact, I still find it difficult to adjust the level of detail at the scale of my map. I tend to fill a map with lots of detail, as if I was at a local level, then it is a continent :-D
in this case, it is rather a medium-sized country, so with a few level of detail.
But you 'may' want to think about giving some of those lakes an outlet to the sea.