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    Default Article: Campaign map in MS Paint by blkstone1

    My Finished Maps
    Works in Progress(or abandoned tests)
    My Tutorials:
    Explanation of Layer Masks in GIMP
    How to create ISO Mountains in GIMP/PS using the Smudge tool
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    Wow.. For MS Paint...

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    A true work of art that is rather surprising having been done with such an "archaic" tool.

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    As I've said before, anything decent done with that abomination of a graphics program deserves high praise.
    My Finished Maps | My Challenge Maps | Ghoraja Juun, my largely stagnated campaign setting.

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    All I can say is wow. That's incredible. Just goes to prove the best works of art can be made with the simplest tools.

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    very impressive.

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    Nice stuff. Very "authentic" looking.

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    this is awesome !!!

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    I love the two-tone approach to map-making. It still looks "authentic", because ancient cartographers could definitely use more than one color of ink.

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    fantastic map!

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