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      nlowell is offline
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    Default Greetings from Greeley

    I'm a long time GIMPer looking to use my skills to draw the maps I need to illustrate my fantasy and science fiction novels.

    Looking forward to playing along at home.

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    Welcome to the guild! I'm new too, found this place because I also want to make maps for my future novels. Look forward to seeing what you come up with.
    ~May

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    Hi, nlowell.

    Welcome to the Guild - if you know what sort of style you might need or want, see if there's not a tutorial here that might give you a boost.

    Preexisting novels, or embryonic ones?

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    Welcome Aboard!
    My Finished Maps | My Challenge Maps | Ghoraja Juun, my largely stagnated campaign setting.

    Unless otherwise stated by me in the post, all work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License.



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    Thanks for the warm welcome, everyone.

    Quote Originally Posted by jbgibson View Post
    Hi, nlowell.

    Welcome to the Guild - if you know what sort of style you might need or want, see if there's not a tutorial here that might give you a boost.

    Preexisting novels, or embryonic ones?
    I've got a series .. First book is out. Second book in first draft. Third book in planning.

    I realized as I'm doing this second one that a key sea voyage of 20 odd days spans a distance of about 50 miles on the rough map I drew two years ago. I wanted better maps and thought this is the time.

    I'll add my first try to the galleries.

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