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    Inspired by Max's recent town maps and some old fortress maps I decided to start a new map project - the garrison town of Pillenburg. Here's a first look for the shape of the garrison, created in Illustrator.
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    Yay! Looking forward to seeing the progress on this one

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    Quote Originally Posted by - Max - View Post
    Yay! Looking forward to seeing the progress on this one
    Well, here's some progress

    C&C are welcome.
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    The brown area is water? I'm a bit confused for now (and confused with the lines on fort floor aswell)

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    Quote Originally Posted by - Max - View Post
    The brown area is water? I'm a bit confused for now (and confused with the lines on fort floor aswell)
    Brown is water, yes. The dark brownish-red lines on the fortifications are the walls.

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    I understood the walls, I meant the brown thin lines between the walls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by - Max - View Post
    I understood the walls, I meant the brown thin lines between the walls.
    These are the main streets into the settlement and the fortress.

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    I'm talking about this^ Not sure what it is but the digital expand selection may make it looks odd (expecially where thin lines join on some areas)

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    Was it supposed to answer my question or just linked as a reference?

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