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Thread: WIP: Ralthas Peninsula

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    Yeah, very nice.
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    Ready for today. Mountains still need some detail work. But so far I'm happy with the result.

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    You are right. But actually I prefer the flat 2D-Look.

    WIP: Ralthas Peninsula-ralthas-2.jpg

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    A first attempt for the trees.

    WIP: Ralthas Peninsula-ralthas-3.jpg

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    This is quite nice, though my eyes tend to see the light colored areas as the land rather than the sea...
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    Dig the forests, maybe a few more trees but not too many. This is really more art than map so I dig it a lot.
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    I really like the unique style that you are developing here Quabbe. Course you've always done killer work so I'm not surprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steel General View Post
    This is quite nice, though my eyes tend to see the light colored areas as the land rather than the sea...
    When I have finished what I have in mind, you shouldn't have any troubles to distinguish the land from the sea. Even when the land is full of banners, labels, borders and crests. Well, at least I hope so.

    But yet I'm not sure if I will leave the color as it is. A dark blue might fit aswell. We will see.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ascension View Post
    Dig the forests, maybe a few more trees but not too many. This is really more art than map so I dig it a lot.
    Yep, I'm going to add some more trees, especially between the mountains. So that the woods look like as they grow out from between the mountains.

    Quote Originally Posted by arsheesh View Post
    I really like the unique style that you are developing here Quabbe. Course you've always done killer work so I'm not surprised.

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    This is excellent work, man. I love the pastels/watercolor look of it.
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    oooooooooooooh. awesome work so far, i really like the direction it's heading. *definitely* snagging for my inspirationfolder.

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