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    Wip Newbie - Continental and Regional Map

    I've decided that I'm just not going to get the kind of overland maps I want with Campaign Cartographer (still like it a lot for dungeons and towns). So, i've downloaded photoshop and gave Ascension's "Making Continents in Photoshop" and Tear's "Saderan" tutorial a whirl. Really happy with the results - but I'm eager to learn if anyone has any comments/suggestions on doing things better. (I certainly think these can be much, much better).

    In particular - if anyone can point me in the direction of better ways or style for doing labeling, scales, borders, etc. ....rivers and lakes....mountains and forests...critiques on geographical placement...

    Thanks in advance

    Newbie - Continental and Regional Map-ascension-tutorial-final.jpg

    Newbie - Continental and Regional Map-saderan-tut-final.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by anomiecoalition View Post
    So, i've downloaded photoshop
    No. There's plenty of graphics software available for free. You have no excuse for piracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hai-Etlik View Post
    No. There's plenty of graphics software available for free. You have no excuse for piracy.
    I believe he was talking about the trial, if he finds it useful i'm sure he'll buy elements or some other cheap version.

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    its a trial copy...but thinking about getting the full version

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