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    Wip Terrain test for the World Of UBORA

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    Just a test for Terrain. I'm looking for large scale mountains for continental topography. Don't mind the color this is for the shape and texture. I used photoshop and a tablet with a map of Spain for reference.
    To get the texture I used the tablet and pen and tried a pointillism style by tapping the pen on the tablet around the drawn in forms.
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    I think it looks good. The coast is rather uniform but otherwise good job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ascension View Post
    I think it looks good. The coast is rather uniform but otherwise good job.
    Thanks! But don't worry about the coast its just a mountain test.

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    I agree with Ascension, but since you said it's more about the mountains, it's all good.
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    Ok Second Test. Better coast but not close to finished. This mountain test came out a bit better. I like the look but not the shading. Gona need to test a few colors to find one that fits. Once I find that and forrests, Grass and all the other details I can start on the main maps.
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    I like this, it has a very satellite-atlas type feel to it.

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    I think that the terrain has a good natural feel to it. I can't wait till I see some more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gidde View Post
    I like this, it has a very satellite-atlas type feel to it.
    Quote Originally Posted by landorl View Post
    I think that the terrain has a good natural feel to it. I can't wait till I see some more!
    Thanks! Yes I was going for the Atlas style look. Once I get the physical features right I will build them into a collection of maps like HandsomRob did.

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    OK Question for those who can help me.

    The world of UBORA is generated in FTPro. I just save the coast and do the land forms by hand. So, as all who use FTPro know, it has a bug in it that crashes the program when you try to save with a grid.
    I make maps from it using the Lambert Equal Area as it represents the area I'm mapping nicely with little distortion. But I need the Long and Lat lines.
    Any ideas on how I can make them? I use Photoshop CS2, Illustrator CS2. I also have Gimp and can get Inkscape in a pinch if that is easier.

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    Send ProFantasy's tech support an e-mail with this problem. They should be able to point you at a beta version that does not have this problem.

    If you're not after a super high resolution version then taking a screenshot might be a short-term solution (Alt+PrintScreen saves the current window to the clipboard where you can paste it to other programs).

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