cool, it helps soften everything to give it a bit more of a hand-made look. good stuff
First draw a simple outline (here I used a small grungy round brush - no need to be too neat and clean for the style, that is intended to emulate some old 17th century style cartography mountains):
Then add "shadows" by simple curved hatching and a few dots:
Then add a bit of noise:
Once scaled down and put on a background with a dark brownish color you're done
Oh wait, now you just need to draw dozens more mountains You can draw them all on the map or if you want to re-use them on some other projects, turn them into brushes. Here I use them as brushes. Basically I draw the mountains, keep a few individual ones and build up some ranges (horizontal, vertical, diagonal ones, in short/medium/long sizes) and build up the final ranges on the map with them.
Hope that helps
You seem fluent in English. But a video tutorial wouldn't require audio comments... you can add them with text at the point of reference. Just saying. Though I shouldn't talk. I still can't seem to get a video from a raw state to edited and saved properly for upload.
Sorry to put you in the firing zone... except not really... You post such excellent maps on a regular basis... you had it coming.
Dang Max, another nice one I didn't even notice!
I really like where this is going, Max I'm sure the finished map will be another beauty for your finished folder.
I'm trapped in Darkness,
Still I reach out for the Stars