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    This. This is the sound of my jaw hitting the floor.

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    Did this tutorial happen? I can't find it.

    Thanks!

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    Yeah, I was wondering that too...
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    Hello, where can I find the tutorial to this maps?

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    I was a bit late with it so i guess they didn't wind up using it after all... or maybe it was just too long (haha) but they did use the Torentine Empire map style in an Annual. I'll post a link to it here for now since it's probably for a limited audience:

    http://www.worldofgotha.com/PF_TUTOR...rah_index.html

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    Thanks, what a great looking tutorial. I think I might give this one a try!

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    Excellent, man. Clear, easy to follow, and awesome results. Repped!
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    It's a bit long but its really my first tutorial... also, i have had a comment that some of the wilbur options were different but i'm not aware of what version they were using (i was using 32-Bit).

    The last page "miscellaneous" has graphics of the layers pallets and their settings to show how i got the different 'looks' just by changing the same original layers output from Wilbur and Fractal Terrains.

    Basically though, by using wilbur settings, mainly varying the severity of your incise flows on different altitude selections and playing with your layer settings in photoshop you could get almost endless #s of looks
    Last edited by a2area; 04-22-2011 at 05:47 PM.

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    I've been going through your tutorial... One thing - I'm new to this software, what exactly is incise flow doing, and why do you use so many of them at different altitudes. I'm trying to understand what you're doing so I can do more than just mimic the steps you laid out. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackOfHearts View Post
    I've been going through your tutorial... One thing - I'm new to this software, what exactly is incise flow doing, and why do you use so many of them at different altitudes. I'm trying to understand what you're doing so I can do more than just mimic the steps you laid out. Thanks!
    Also, I'm getting some strange black squares on part of my map. Does anyone have any idea what is causing them? I can't seem to paint over them.

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