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    Default June 2014 Entry - City of Fingard

    Hey there guys, so for this months challenge, I decided to work on my B&W skills.
    I never done one before, and Max initial setting gave me the boost I needed to try something. So for this map, I`m going double, one with the region around Fingard, and another one with the city map.

    Initial steps, hope you guys like:

    ### LATEST WIP ###
    June 2014 Entry - City of Fingard-fingard_3.jpg
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    I love it so far!

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    Looking good so far. As the unofficial wip Deputy I must Inform you that You Absolutely MUST put ( ### LATEST WIP ### ) before your picture so that the thumb scrubber can find it !
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    ARGH!! but the damn compass be broken!! "

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    Great idea!
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    and the style fits well with the original lines so far, nice!

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    I like the iconic work on the map. Funny to see the black and white version. I just finished my own version of it....a black and white one

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    This is looking good. Really like the row of watch towers guarding the Bridas Lake lowlands from those horrible, nasty... enemy type things that I'm sure are lurking in the south west. Also... what font is that? I like it lots!

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    Thank you guys!
    @lostatsea
    thanks for the reminder, I always forget .

    @Max, I bet your finished B&W version is better than mine

    @Meshon, the font I used for the lake and terrain is BlackFlag, and the one for the Fingard title is MoriaCitadel! Also, you are right, those watchtowers are exactly for that haha

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    Hey guys, quick update.

    ### LATEST WIP ###
    June 2014 Entry - City of Fingard-fingard_5.jpg

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    I really like the style and variability of the points of interest icons. The line-work in the city is very clean and sharp, clearly communicating what it should. I have a lot of appreciation for the overland symbology you're using for the lowland areas, making them look moorish/swampy. Oops, not "moorish"...let's say "moor-like." I'm still evolving my own swampy look.

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