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    Hi, here comes the next 250 new Mountains I am doing right now.
    They are heavily inspired by Djekspeks Pit of War maps, and I hope to try them out soon this week. I am now trying to get more into the field of colored and full rendered maps.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails [WIP] New Arden Map 2012-406232_478092902218770_1801082989_n.jpg  

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    I have also posted my Layoutgrids HERE, which I from now on use for designing Mountain sets.

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    Wip New Mountains (again :P)

    New Mountains first edit.
    I tryed this time to archieve Mountains that are inspired by Torstan and Djekspek´s Styles. All in All 60 Brushes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schwarzkreuz View Post
    Hi, here comes the next 250 new Mountains I am doing right now.
    They are heavily inspired by Djekspeks Pit of War maps, and I hope to try them out soon this week. I am now trying to get more into the field of colored and full rendered maps.
    getting rid of that grid must be annoying... surely?

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    Those from the above have still to be scanned. After working in the mathpaper i decided to do the digital Grid and Print them for drawing.

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    You could print out a grid and lay it under plain white paper - that should make it easier!

    Looks nice, btw. But, how do you get coloured brushes in photoshop? Or are you using something else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukc View Post
    You could print out a grid and lay it under plain white paper - that should make it easier!

    Looks nice, btw. But, how do you get coloured brushes in photoshop? Or are you using something else?
    I actually do have such a drawing desk with a glasplate to put a lamp under it, but I need a new lamp. In the Map Elements section I got a gridpaper for use online. I try this out right now and its pretty nice to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schwarzkreuz View Post
    New Mountains first edit.
    I tryed this time to archieve Mountains that are inspired by Torstan and Djekspek´s Styles. All in All 60 Brushes
    A pity that PS cannot save multi-coloured brushes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapiento View Post
    A pity that PS cannot save multi-coloured brushes.
    Well, PNG with transperencys are also ok. I puzzle them together in blocks to use, thats also fitting my workingstyle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schwarzkreuz View Post
    Well, PNG with transperencys are also ok. I puzzle them together in blocks to use, thats also fitting my workingstyle.
    I use the same technique for coloured map elements, but the clone tool is less efficient than a brush would be. Who knows, maybe future versions of PS will see such a feature included.

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