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Thread: November Challenge Winner: Gamerprinter - Superstition Valley

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    Praise November Challenge Winner: Gamerprinter - Superstition Valley

    Congratulations are in order for a VERY large and phenominal competition entry from Gamerprinter. I think he intimidated everyone except for RobA from even entering this months contest with his incredible work. A round of applause!!!

    Good job everyone! December Challenge will be coming up soon!
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    Great work, GP. You thoroughly deserved it. Well done. This is coming from one of those intimidated.

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    Great work GP! It was a superb entry. Yours is the first modular symbol arrangement I have ever seen in which the joins are so well hidden that it doesn't look repeated.

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    Congrats! A Superb job!
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    Post My goal was never to intimidate...

    My goal in this challenge entry was never to intimidate, rather I wanted to try some "old school" mapping with hand-drawn stuff, which I haven't worked with in over a decade.

    Terrain Monkey actually inspired me to try my hand at using the pen to map with, viewing his Map-A-Day thread.

    I am the consumate experimenter - I did not know if it were possible to create effective modular moutains with hand-drawn objects. To my surprise it worked in a superior fashion.

    I am always amazed at the work posted in this forum and really don't place my work above anyone elses, in many cases far below the quality maps here.

    I am glad to have an award under my belt, just the same.

    (Maybe I'll not enter the next challenge until midmonth - so I won't intimidate anyone out of a challenge, still I'm going to "pick and choose" what I will participate in next.)
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    Hey GP...don't let me discourage you...the whole intimidate thing was just playful ribbing. You're always welcomed to participate.
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    Congrats, GP!
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    Congrats Gamerprinter.
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    congrats! its always nice to hear that i've been an inspiration to someone. thanks!

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