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    Map The Lands of Tormay: The Red Epic

    Hey All,

    Here is another map i recently completed for Cristopher Bunn, the author of the Tormat Trilogy. Had alot of fun with this one, sort of a mix between some of my styles, i think my skills are evolving a little bit Its another small book map, around 6x9 inches, and i tried to make it legible from an E-book perspective.

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    Excellent map, love the mountains and the border and decor.
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    Agree, the mountains are fantastic.

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    Gorgeous map! Also, I tested it on the phone (which is where I read ebooks) and it looks awesome without even zooming and panning!! Double thumbs up

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    wow - i love this! I want to be a professional artist too !! You've got some mad skillz there RedEpic

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    no way Simpsonville - I'm in Spartanburg. Had no idea such a fine mapping artist was 30 miles away. I've had your portfolio site bookmarked for some time, drawing inspiration from the colors & textures you use.
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    Wow, that is stunning, lovely, and awesome.
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    Oh yeah, that is a keeper. Wonderful and I like the way it's sort of sepia which makes the trees really pop.
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    Awesome map. This was just what I was looking for a roleplay campaign I'm mastering. With time I plan to work out my own maps (which I may post here on these forums), but for this campaign I needed in a hurry a coastal map where the sea laid to the east. Odd enough, this feature seems quite hard to find.

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    Thanks for the comments guys Happy you could use it for a campaign!
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