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    The Veldt is the second map for my new worldbuilding project; it's a followup to the Barlovia map posted earlier this month.

    The Veldt
    Barlovia (from earlier)

    I wanted to apply the same style to a completely different area to see how it held up. The steampunk-ish title text used on the Barlovia map was not appropriate here, so I came up with a new title style, but everything else is pretty much the same. Have a look and let me know if you see anything that you think needs to be changed. I'm pretty happy with how it turned out and thus I think I can continue using this style for the rest of the project.

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    Looks great, Rob. One thing that could be changed is the square-like partition of the deserts (if that's not what you wanted). Otherwise a very fine style. Well, tit seems I can't rep you at the moment.
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    A+ on the naming of things, they really seem authentic and not contrived.
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    Very nice indeed. I love the very consistent look of the map and the way the mountains were done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapiento View Post
    One thing that could be changed is the square-like partition of the deserts (if that's not what you wanted).
    Yeah, that does look bad. I'll need to rebuild the pattern fill I think.

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