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Thread: Golf Course Maps - need some help!

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    Gave it a go using vector only, and came up with this after a couple of hours work. Getting those little shaded borrows, humps and bumps in vector is a devil ... the only way I could see how to do it was using gradient fills but it defeated me - they don't look very good. I used drawplus to do it, if you'd like a little tut to make stuff like this, then I can happily do a very quick one.
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    Ravi-man, that's pretty darn cool.
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    Nice work there Ravs!
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    Cheers guys. One of the cool things about Drawplus (I assume AI as well) is that you can apply perspective to shapes and then convert the shapes back into vector. The trees I found as free clipart on the web.

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