My name is Kevin James Breaux and I am a fantasy author. I created the map for my first novel, Soul Born, by using Capiagn Cartographer 3 and photoshop. I did my best, but I am not happy with it. I am now preapring book 2 in the series and need a map maker. I joined to meet some of the coolest/most skilled cartographers out there.
Kevin James Breaux
CC2 & CC3, FT Pro Exclusively.
If it's ProFantasy, I'm using it.
welcome to the guild Kevin, if you have a map request there is a sub forum for that, but also concider perusing our tutorials you might be able to do some magic yourself And if you do, post in a WIP thread for help and critique as you work
My Finished Maps | My Challenge Maps | Ghoraja Juun, my largely stagnated campaign setting.
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Welcome, fellow writer! I'm currently writing my first book. It's always nice to see other writers here!
Yesterday today was tomorrow.
My deviantart: http://darkaiz.deviantart.com/
Welcome to the Guild.
I am the breath of Dragons...The Song of Mountains...The Stories of Rivers....The Heart of Cities.... I am A Cartographer....
Kingdom Of Shendenflar Campaign Setting (WIP)
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Welcome, I'm a newbie and writing my first book too. There are some really good tutorials, and even if you don't follow them to the letter and only use part of the guidance there, you can start coming out with good looking maps. I have a work in progress at the minute, which so far I'm really happy with. There are a couple of changes I want to make following some excellent comments and guidance, but I've achieved about 10 times more than I thought I'd be able to.
Of course, if you do want someone else to do your map for you, I've got to say you couldn't be in a better place, there is some real talent here.
The time to stop talking is when the other person nods his head affirmatively but says nothing.
- Henry S. Haskins -
Welcome to the Guild!
Any questions with CC3 please ask. I am always here to help