More progress. Again, slow and steady. The north-eastern continent is starting to take on a better shape now, at least IMHO. It's mostly been a rinse and repeat cycle of simple river plotting followed by a little coastal trimming and moving of high points. It is a tedious process, but things are moving along pretty much as I hoped they would. Still a long way to go, though. As a side note about the changing color patterns between posts . . . I'm using four different altitude coloring schemes as I work on this. When I save a WIP image, I save it under whatever color scheme I happen to be working with at the moment. They range from very generalized to moderately detailed depending on what level I happen to be working at. This particular coloring scheme was designed to allow for quick identification of key elevations that will become even more important when I'm ready to start the erosion process.
Anyways, here's the latest update.
Last edited by Greason Wolfe; 10-26-2011 at 10:06 PM.
When nothing is going right and you can't find someone else to blame, start beating your head against the wall, 'cause it'll feel so much better when you stop.