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  • Alien Evidence - ravells

    13 26.53%
  • Alien space station. - joćo paulo

    1 2.04%
  • Centauran ConFederation - Malakor

    1 2.04%
  • Crow Nebula - rkmase

    2 4.08%
  • Dont Panic ! - Redrobes

    12 24.49%
  • Frontier Space - NeonKnight

    9 18.37%
  • Galactic Planetary Directory: Khuutath - Steel General

    16 32.65%
  • GRX593 - Kalpana - Valarian

    7 14.29%
  • Guide to the Galaxy - bryguy

    2 4.08%
  • Hyper-Space Curve Calculator - Korrigan

    5 10.20%
  • Icarus Starlane - Gamerprinter

    8 16.33%
  • Idiots Guide to the Solar System - Ascension

    23 46.94%
  • Karnorthe - Antony

    3 6.12%
  • Less Than Twelve Parsecs - tcberry

    1 2.04%
  • Map Vandal - Map Vandal

    14 28.57%
  • Monthly Asteroid Party - Sagenlicht

    2 4.08%
  • Neurosector 5 - industrygothica

    1 2.04%
  • Not So Lonely Planet Map - Zanza

    11 22.45%
  • Pocketwatch - Darken

    22 44.90%
  • Sparre Leg, Brendle Galaxy - Bohunk

    20 40.82%
  • System Map - mmmmmpig

    27 55.10%
  • The Borean Cluster - cereth

    3 6.12%
  • The Great Expedition - jfrazierjr

    1 2.04%
  • Universe Super clusters - MGCJerry

    2 4.08%
  • Zyrcine Cluster - nolgroth

    15 30.61%
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Thread: ***November Challenge Voting***

  1. #11
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    VERY tough voting on these.

    I voted on the ones that caught my eye and made me want to really look around. Being I could only vote for 5, it was a struggle but I overcame it and voted. :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravells View Post
    Wow, I just noticed that RPM listed the entries in alphabetical order. That's dedication for you.
    Well it wasn't that hard, but the sad thing is well... I'll keep that to myself...
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    I think this was indeed a very hard vote. This is the first time I voted in this contest and it won't be the last! Great fun! Anywho:

    In the order of which I like them and who I voted for:

    1. mmmmpig
    2. Ravells
    3. redrobes
    4. vandel
    5. gamerprinter

    As I said they all look great. Thanks to those who voted for me, but in my mind mmmmpigs the winner.

  4. #14
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    Awesome job, everyone! Once again, it was difficult to narrow it down to only five. 5*m+(swine) gets my top vote. Not only was the style very distinctive, but the gravity plots really gave me the sense that this was a navigation aide. The only thing that I think it needs is some kind of temporal element, since all of the objects are in motion.

    I like Zanza's cheeky travel service image with the push-pin. Hilarious to think that we'll still be using that same icon in 300 years. Though now that I look closer, is this meant to be a "page" from the Hitchhiker's Guide?

    The scale of Bohunk's entry (not to mention the resolution) definitely drew my eye. The only criticisms I have are that the planet doesn't quite look spherical to me. A little bit of atmospheric haze along the edge would probably sell it. And "quadrant" is misspelled. I've been a little more sensitive to that in finished works than usual since apparently nobody attending my art school can spell. Marvelous images are routinely compromised there by a widespread inability to use a dictionary.

    I had to vote for Ascension because I'm still feeling that almost overwhelming desire to install MOO2 and conquer the galaxy a few times.

    And finally, Map Vandal's mathematically-intense entry really makes me think that I could plot a course from one planet to another. I have no idea if those equations are accurate, but they certainly look trustworthy.

    Again, excellent work all around!
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    I had a tough time voting too. So many of the maps were well done that it was almost a coin toss on a couple. At any rate, the maps that got my votes did so by the barest of margins. Congrats to whomever wins and thanks to everybody that posted an entry. I was impressed by just about every map posted and they all gave me ideas and inspiration.

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    Tough choices again this month. I went for options that were definitely maps, maps for a traveler and those that were spacey & scifi. There were others that were great but I thought id vote with a stricter interpretation of the spec to narrow it down and even then I had to cross out a few from my shortlist.

  7. #17
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    it's hard to chose.

  8. #18
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    This was not a challenge I was interested in doing (and having started a new job this month I would not have had the time anyway), but I voted for:

    Steel General
    And special mention to Bohunk

    Just missing out was Ascension

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    I followed the voting the whole way through, but I still cannot believe I won this one. There were just too many good entries this month.

    Thanks to everyone who voted for my map.
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  10. #20
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    Praise That's two!

    Congrats, Mmmmmpig! Two in a row, I haven't even done that!

    There were so many exceptional maps - I figured the race would have been lots tighter. Good showing everyone!


    PS: I gave you REP with my +5 Rep Rod, so now you got a second green pip!!!
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