Andy, this is great. It's so very simple; I imagine many people will soon be emulating and adapting this style. Very useful video.
I hope you make many of these tutorials. You sound great and are very complete! Well done. (Plus, for us blue-blooded 'Mericans, you have a fun accent )
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Thanks again, Andy.
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for some reason its not playing for me ... figures... something is probably messed up on my end... it always is... but it plays the youtube just fine...
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Thanks for a great tutorial.
Of course, more complicated ways will look better, but they will take proportioniately longer as well. Further, sometimes a simple style looks better for certain maps (and in the case of the Kislev map, a simple, clean rendition was, I believe, the best option).
As for the accent: well, I'm Scottish, so you'll have to live with it.
Anyone else find it useful?
Thanks for the tutorial Hapimeses. you technique is something I *USED* to do when I would just doodle map ideas many years ago using a pencil and paper. Then I forgot all about it years later when I began making maps using the computer! Silly me! :-) Thank you for reminding me of this simple, yet quite effective technique. I would love to see an "advanced mountains" tutorial showing some other mountain making methods with more complex results. Any chance of a second tutorial?
This is awesome. It's nice to see a tutorial on the simple things for those of us who have never seen them done. How about forests next?
Old thread, but it had a nice tutorial on mountains - which vanished in the last day or two. Looks like the domain expired. I'm too new to email him, so if anyone knows or is in touch with Andy ...