Last edited by delgondahntelius; 10-05-2008 at 09:14 PM.
The one thing that is starting to "bother" me is that this isn't really a map I would expect in a fantasy book. I don't understand why it looks like there are two maps in one. And I don't understand why there are no cities. But that's just because most fantasy books have a simple overland map with some cities and stuff. Don't get me wrong here, originality is always good. Just wondering...
Love the second banner style Delgo.
Still working on reading your prologue, once I do I'll post my thoughts.
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Well.. this is all being done in Photoshop, I did the banners in Illustrator and then put them in via paste as smart objects. Time so far in this map... (Since I do have so many things going on at the moment I try to dedicate some time to it) Maybe eight hours so far.
The symbols are mine that I scanned in from drawings. I'm doing it in greyscale cause its cheaper to print than color.
The reason for no cities, is this isn't as much a map as it is artful representation of the current state of things for the denizens of my world. A visual aide if you will. Maybe that will give you a better idea of what I'm shooting for here. With this map anway.
So originally you said you were going to do/use three maps...
The map you have been working on with the two worlds, does that count as the second map or the second and third map?
If it's the second, what's going to be in the third map?