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    Post Hullo there everyone

    Hullo there, after lurking for a while I thought it was time to say Hi (and ask a question).

    I have very little actual skills required to make maps but I'm hoping my enthusiasm will pull me though till I get some actual skills. Watch this space!

    I need maps for my group's RPG. Fantasy based. From large scale to small (eventually). I've already started on RobA's super tutorial and have been inspired by soooooooo many of the maps here. I just want to say to you guys + gals - WOW!

    My plan - create global map, zoom in and focus on a continent then a few main smaller areas. Flesh out where + when needed. Easy

    Well I'll get make to learning (lurking) some more.

    See ya.


    PS I'll post my question in the relevent room

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    Thank you for delurking and letting us know that you exist. Welcome to the Guild!

    I look forward to seeing your growth as you move forward.
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    Welcome to the Guild! You'll be amazed how quickly you will start to produce decent looking maps!

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    Welcome!

    Looking forward to seeing your maps.
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    welcome..... it is nice to see the community continually growing

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    Welcome, Nichothy! Make sure to post the results of even your test maps in that sweet tutorial, ok? Glad you found us!
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    Thanks people. You lot seem a friendly bunch

    With 2 young kids I don't have much time to devote to this with all the other stuff I do but will let you have a look when I have something (vaguely decent).

    Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nichothy View Post
    My plan - create global map, zoom in and focus on a continent then a few main smaller areas. Flesh out where + when needed. Easy
    Hi! and welcome. Glad you like the tut!

    Another (hopefully helpful) tip is to use this technique to progressive add more details at high zoom levels.

    -Rob A>

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobA View Post
    Another (hopefully helpful) tip is to use this technique to progressive add more details at high zoom levels.

    -Rob A>
    Hi Rob, already got it and tried it. Works lovely! I think I've got most of the tutorials on this site! Just need about a zillion years to practice. But got to start somewhere.

    I'll post up my attempts when I get somewhere.

    Cheers.

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