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Thread: February/March 2014 Lite Challenge: The Capture and Recapture of the Princess Bride

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    Quote Originally Posted by schattentanz View Post
    Is this a kissing map???
    Some day you might not mind so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabio p View Post
    I think you should work a little bit on the consistency of all the elements of the map; eg: ships and land features are really represented in two different styles; also the legend seems to me not well integrated with the rest of the map.
    As you wish.


    (Good comment about the legend. I may use the legend font for the map as well which will tie it together better. As for the ships, I like them, they will be hard to lose. I was going for a "stamped on" look for both the ships and the map symbols, but maybe I did not succeed.)

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    Don't lose the ships! Which is to say I like the elements individually just fine. Unify your styles by tracing the over fine line work with a larger brush or adding a stroke around the edge or trying a filter effect that will bring the details into line (such as the stamp or posterize).

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    Quote Originally Posted by madcowchef View Post
    Don't lose the ships! Which is to say I like the elements individually just fine. Unify your styles by tracing the over fine line work with a larger brush or adding a stroke around the edge or trying a filter effect that will bring the details into line (such as the stamp or posterize).
    Thanks for that suggestion - I will play with that.

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