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    Map Ilmuera, city in the Darklands

    Another city design for Paizo. The final published map was rendered by fabulous Rob Lazzerati.

    Ilmuera is the "sister" city of Saventh-Yhi and lies directly beneath it. Curiously, despite beign a subterranean city, it ended up quite colorful... my bad.

    You can see its full description and a higher resolution image in here

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    Done in Photoshop CS4 for the Pathfinder roleplaying game

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    Very pretty! I love the compass and I think the colours give it a suitably alien feel that works for an underdark city. I'll call you on the bump mapping filter again - but you know I would say that Great stuff again.
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    Very pretty.
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    I will be honest , I prefer this version over the final version that was done up for the poster map folio. Not sure if it was intentional, but the individual building clusters are reminiscent of mayan/aztec glyphs. Really nice. Have some Rep.
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    realy nice, beautifull and funny map!
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    Loving your style, Hugo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katerek View Post
    I will be honest , I prefer this version over the final version that was done up for the poster map folio. Not sure if it was intentional, but the individual building clusters are reminiscent of mayan/aztec glyphs. Really nice. Have some Rep.
    Wow, nice things to say Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by adunakhor View Post
    realy nice, beautifull and funny map!
    I wonder why half the stuff I do ends up beign cute or funny...

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugo Solis View Post
    The final published map was rendered by fabulous Rob Lazzerati.
    Forgive me for not understanding. What do you mean by "rendered by..."

    I am familiar with the term render in the architectural sense and in the object modeling/ray-tracing sense but am not sure what you mean here.

    TIA for the clarification.

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