Hello Arsheesh. My name is Jim and I am representing Central Washington University's anthropology museum. I am interested in using your work in our newest exhibit on fantasy maps. I apologize for the unorthodox method of contact but I can't seem to find another way. Essentially my colleagues and I were given three weeks to design and setup an exhibit on fantasy maps. Copyright law prevents us from using published works without permission and our time frame is so short that this is near impossible. However, I was referred to this site and saw your work and was immediately intrigued. I would like to put your work into our exhibit. If you are interested please contact me at email@example.com Once again I apologize for the unorthodox approach and I hope to hear from you. Thank you,
Fantastic maps! I just signed up today and started going thru the site. Your map was on the home page along with 4 other great maps. I used to draw a lot of maps and dungeons thru the 70's, so I thought I would try to reproduce them digitally. I am a beginner like DrNick77 and downloaded GIMP and Inkscape, so thank you for the advice and some great examples to strive toward.
Thanks so much for the feedback Ozz, and you have definitely come to the right place to learn how to recreate your maps in a digital format. There are tons of great tutorials here at the Guild. Welcome to the addiction!