Reading comprehension has rarely been something of which I am accused. I didn't notice the reference to the tutorial was already in your post.
Originally Posted by The Doge
You've identified mountains, and that's the hard part. Now just identify some low spots (the ocean and your lakes should be those spots). Now draw lines from high to low, going over the shortest distance possible without going from low to high. If you can identify some intermediate levels of low-to-high, things will get easier.
I am especially gifted in the lack of artistic ability department. To make up for that lack a little, I do write some software. http://www.cartographersguild.com/at...ing-wilbur.pdf describes a process that can generate fairly plausible rivers with very little in the way of artistic input (if you can paint white blobs on a black background, you can use this process). It takes some CPU power, memory, and a copy of MS Windows among other things.
He helped me a lots in my river's position in my map.
Here is a crude view of your topography (worked as good exercise for me)
And thanks for the tip Waldronate. I think that I'm getting the hang of things now.
I learned a lots with this topic.
And thanks for the "Obrigado" :D:D