Thanks for sending in some maps for the open call! Of the three, I think I like the dwarven city of Ag-Zurak the best; its' an interesting concept for a city and the map's pretty. That said... in some ways, these maps are a little TOO finished for what I'm looking for, and on top of that, while they're in color, they aren't terribly clear or easy to understand on first glance. It's just not obvious what's going on in the maps, which causes problems when we do finally get the cartography done—the maps must be clear. For example: In the country of Brenham map, I'm not sure what the three zones to the north, south, and west represent; are these other countries? Other worlds? What lies beyond their borders? Why do rivers seem to flow into these gray and brown border zones while roads and mountains and forests and grasslands do not? Is the map an island surrounded by water on all sides? And then on the map of the Hooded Fane: it's hard to tell the difference between archways and solid walls, and the symbols for doors sort of threaten to fade into the background of the floor itself.
Anyway, thanks for sending in your work, and keep mapping!