April Challenge Voting!
Yet another large number of entries this month! I'd like to send a thank you to everyone who participated in this months challenge, and good luck to all of you.
Here's a rundown of the entrants:
My vote goes to Publius.
I mean, RobA's map, especially the picture/reflection bit is pure awesome.
And Venardhi's mad cartographer is sheer win.
But Publius scores because of:
1) Real-World Adaption
2) Modern Times Adaption
3) Last Minute Hand-in-when-all-thought-it-a-dropout :-)
(I have to get my Shadowrun players onto this map, yessir!)
Man, I got on here this morning to post my updated version and ya'll already started the poll. Oh well, I didn't end up changing as much as i was planning to anyways. good luck everyone!
This one was though for me, mainly because I didn't have time to participate. When I try too, it's easier to oppose my work with other and have an idea of what they when through.
In any case, RobA map would be a real live one I would love to have :D , but since I'm a geek puzzle, my choice shrink down to those with puzzle to solve and the one I had a tougher time won.
So my vote goes to SV for his love map. :),
Itís fun to see that our monthly challenger do map that are more and more beautiful each passing month.
Continue the great work
I also voted for SpamValiant on the basis of the most satisfying puzzle.
I voted for RobA because I really like his map secret. Cyphers are great but you still give away the whole thing when they have your map. Being close enough to be familiar with the personal affects of the map maker seems a much better protection.
I also really liked the 'feel' of all the works.
Absolutely loving Venardhi's map. Very cool.
Just a thought. I've seen similar activities like this at conceptart.org. When they put up the polls, they also show the maps within the poll. Makes it easier to compare the different maps. Flipping back and forth and then trying to find the finished map within each thread is a bit of a headache. Just a suggestion.
Yes, we should get redrobes to work his magic here and do a composite.
Voted for Venardhi's map. I love the fact that it gave me the creeps, and how mysterious it seems. Would have loved to see the final version (any chance you could post it somewhere anyway?)
I couldn't resist Robs distorsion idea :)
Several of the others present great maps and puzzels, but the originality of Robs puzzle got my vote.