A magnifying glass then.
I'm not sure I explained things very clear :/ In fact actual timelines are related to their maps. Timeline 1 is history of events past in the time of map 1. They just cause changes that you can further see then on the map 2. But timeline 2 talks about the events of the second age (map2). By the ways maybe this idea was a bit confused to work on the map or a bit too complicated, so the idea from SK is probably the easiest to set up without breaking the all map design and look (which I actually like ).
Well, thanks Chasio, SK and Vorro for your time and your suggestions about that, it's much appreciated. And don't worry Chasio, if it were hanging on your wall, you'd see it's not that big so no need for a stepladder!
And there was rejoicing in the land!
"I like a look of agony, because I know it's true."
Great to hear
Great to see a complete version soon.
The parchment marbleization is really fantastic. It gives the whole map such a real feeling and authentic looks. It makes the whole map unique. Again the plenty details are great as in your other work. Also the coast lines have their own style with the shadowing engraving (hope to use the wright words).
It is really difficult to decide, which of your maps are the best, but I definitively feel drawn toward that parchment looks!! Could look at your maps the whole day long and forget about computers ....
Last edited by ThePatrick; 10-03-2013 at 04:11 PM. Reason: tried to improve the English