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    Wip [WIP] The Cities of Midland - Development Documentation

    Hi!

    Here is my first preview of the First 300 Mapelements for my upcoming City-Map-Creation project, joind up with Ramah.
    From this basic set, it is possible to generate up to 1000 individual Buildings with little repetition. The files still needs a lot of cleanup but I am a lot happy with the outcome of teh style.

    So far I am planing on doing 4 more of such sheets so I will hve an overall of 5000 different Buildings. Of course the others will be in another style.

    Its all done completely with ink on 80g paper.
    Yes! Analog is magic
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    As I'm just working on my town map project this is very interesting - but I will probably go the "semi-realistic road" (as you can see in my own thread).

    How are you planning to put them on a map? And what about coloring?

    Also one of the small rectangular top left buildings looks a bit faulty.

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    Hmmm which One? I am planing on creating a Street System first than putting the buildings in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schwarzkreuz View Post
    Hmmm which One? I am planing on creating a Street System first than putting the buildings in
    I meant this thread: http://www.cartographersguild.com/to...w-village.html

    So you will copy the houses one by one Into the map?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carnifex View Post
    I think he meant, which building on his image do you think is faulty?

    Nice work, Schwarzkreuz, those look great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramah View Post
    I think he meant, which building on his image do you think is faulty?

    Nice work, Schwarzkreuz, those look great.
    Ah... third row, fourth column

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    The grafics look nice, but what type of roof is that?
    Looks like wooden roof (Schindeln).
    Last edited by Freehand 5.5; 01-06-2013 at 06:40 PM.

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    Hmm, beautiful work, Schwarzkreuz! You really like the analog system, don't you?

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    thanks Schwarzkreuz, I like!

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    Yes indeed, das sind Schindeln.

    There will be more styles in the future, strawroof for villages, and more for wealthier areas.

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