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    I've done one using Old Guy's method, and one using RobA's method. While I had originally intended to recreate my map faithfully, I think I prefer the the way RobA's method transformed the landmass... any opinions?

    Eriam - or "How I'm about to stop being a map hacker and learn to love the Gimp"-old-guy-method.jpg
    Old Guy's method

    Eriam - or "How I'm about to stop being a map hacker and learn to love the Gimp"-tempest.jpg
    RobA's method
    Last edited by Tobin Butler; 07-24-2012 at 11:05 PM.

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    Based on the scale I'd go with the second.
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    Thanks for the input. I did one more using RobA's method, but I used a better edge-detect method (Filter>Edge Detect>Edge Gradient, 1.0, black) to answer Arsheesh's comment about outline thickness. Now, on to Arsheesh's tutorial... finally.

    I'll be going with this outline:
    Eriam - or "How I'm about to stop being a map hacker and learn to love the Gimp"-outline-2.jpg
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    Last edited by Tobin Butler; 07-25-2012 at 10:56 PM.

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