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    Professional Artist Gracious Donor Sapiento's Avatar
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    Map Lael

    A commissioned map, done for novelist Katie M. Wieland, for her upcoming book Dreamlander. More info on her homepage.

    Done in Illustrator.
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    Nice - simple, elegant and functional. You're certainly putting Illu. to good use!

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    You have a very broad range of styles, i realy admire your Speed and varity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukc View Post
    Nice - simple, elegant and functional. You're certainly putting Illu. to good use!
    Thank you, Lukc. I prefer usually vector programs like Illustrator or Inkscape for this kind of maps.

    Quote Originally Posted by Schwarzkreuz View Post
    You have a very broad range of styles, i realy admire your Speed and varity.
    Thank you very much!

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    Very nice map. I like its simplicity, it's the kind of clear, useful map you'd expect to find in a fantasy novel. I agree with Schwarzkreuz, your range of styles and mapping speed is truly impressive!

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    I'm puzzled by the "Eastern Mistlgloam River". It's very western for the name and "Mistlgloam" is suspiciously close to the much more natural looking "Mistgloam" of the main river. Should the left side of the map actually be north and the name be "Eastern Mistgloam River"? That would make ever so much more sense that way.

    Other than that worry, it's a nice map.

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