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    Irna, more info will come as soon as I get back, right now I want critique if you would kindly give them.

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    I do like the style a lot, but I feel there is something strange about the mountains.... To me I looks like one side I rising from the ground, and the other is descending into the ground...
    Might just be me thou, since I am on an iPad atm..

    Still great thou, and I do love the name :p


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    This is already looking really good Evile_E. You've done some nice line-work and i like the soft colors you've chosen. Really looking forward to seeing this come along.

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    Thanks everyone.

    @Elothan, i'm not sure what you mean really. And, the name. I believe I got it from translating New land or Father Land (as this is just the main Continent that the colonists home continent split off of.) From a Dwarven Translator

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    I think I see what Elothan means; that north-south range really shows the light coming from the west very starkly, so the contrast between shadow and light is more extreme. I don't think it gives the effect of one side rising/one side sinking, but the contrast there is sharper. (Not a bad thing, IMO. I love the way this looks!)
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    A small update, all I didIrnar, a new land-urem-irn%E3r.png was mess around with the mountains a bit and added some "sea mist" 'If you would kindly give me some critique on it, I'd be happy.
    Last edited by eViLe_eAgLe; 07-03-2012 at 02:42 PM.

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    Not much done today, curse you games.

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    Looks really good, especially the shading of the mountains, but I have the impression while the mountains are a top-down view, some of the forests seem to have an isometric view. A little bit confusing for my eyes.

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    Ah, I see what you mean. Reason being I couldn't figure out how to do a pine forest in a top down view.

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    Finished the players edition, gonna make some reviews to my own, and well... Yours, so you can see too.
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