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    Thanks Larb!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino44 View Post
    So this is the last draft of this map that I'm going to do. It's finished! yay!

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    I thought I would also show you the Kanji for Island. I said in my first post that the land shape and the way I placed the kanji on the map outlines the Island kanji. Hopefully you will be able to see the parallelism between the symbol for Island and the land shape itself.
    Pretty clever. I did not noticed it.
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    I just wanted to give one last shout out to everyone who commented, liked, or gave a rep to this map. It is all much appreciated!
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    Was gonna rep it again just for gp... but apparently that's not allowed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jalyha View Post
    Was gonna rep it again just for gp... but apparently that's not allowed
    You can't rep same post twice and you have to spread 10 rep before being able to rep
    the same guilder again.

    Btw Domino that would have been top notch to draw the coastline while trying to follow a similar thickness variation as the callygraphy symbol.
    Last edited by - Max -; 01-27-2014 at 01:55 PM.
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