Everything's looking rather nice, but some of the mountains on the coastlines are clipping into the ocean; check out the Isle of the Avatar for a really good (or bad) example.
Otherwise, it's looking really good.
This is starting to look great. You cannot see that the features were generated, I'm impressed by your technique.
Latest update. I've adjusted the generated positions of the trees and mountains to look a bit nicer, added the gargoyle settlement on Terfin, and added the shrines of the virtues, dungeons, lighthouses, etc. Labels are starting to go in though I'll be tweaking them a fair bit until I'm happy. When I am, I plan to remove/shift the symbols underneath rather than relying on a halo, that should give a much nicer appearance. I made the font in Fontforge.
I've decided to make the map for a specific era, namely some point in the 200 years between U6 and U7. So I've ditched the bits that were destroyed at the end of U5: Bordermarch, Windermere, Farthing and the lighthouses. Also the labelling progresses. Making the text all legible without resorting to halos is a lot of work, but it does look nice in the end.
Last edited by Hai-Etlik; 06-26-2012 at 01:08 AM.
Looking really good Hai-Etik. The added line work really helps bring it alive.