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    Wip North Kingdom - new coming

    This is a second take to this unfinished project. I haven't touched this in 6 months, but now decided to finish it, I hope the inspiration lasts. Both of the attached images are low res, but gives the idea how it looks at the moment.
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    Great to see you're picking this up again! Loved it so far already. Cheers, dj
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    Great to see you continuing on this, I really like the map and what you have done so far. looking forward to see the finished result.
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    That looks great. Looking forward to watching this progress
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    Stunning Texturework! How did you do the Mountains? That are some of the best I ever saw in this kind of maps!

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    Thanks guys for taking me back with open arms.
    Schwarzkreuz: here are the links to the tutorials I have written some time ago explaining few heighmap methods.

    http://www.cartographersguild.com/tu...photoshop.html
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    Here is the latest status. Added some more forest, ground textures and details.
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    This map (and the tutorial) actually inspired me to download a trial version of PS CS6 so that I could (hopefully) convert it to GIMP. Amazing work
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtougas View Post
    This map (and the tutorial) actually inspired me to download a trial version of PS CS6 so that I could (hopefully) convert it to GIMP. Amazing work
    If you manage to do that JT, I will be uber-impressed. I've attempted converting the techniques in Pasis (and Tear's) tutorials to GIMP on sever occasions with no luck.

    @Pasis, this looks amazing!

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