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    Default Hagavona - hand drawn map of an old farm

    hi
    this little map is a style test for a much bigger projekt.
    Hagavona is a just a farm somewhere in the fertile plains of Notane, located in the east of Camoa. the fertile plains would be the bigger projekt.

    First i drew it with pencil, inked it and then colored it with gouache and a pretty small brush. i would love any kind of comments and critics!!
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    Quite a lovely piece. I especially love the subtle gradient of green from dark to light and saturated. Nice job on the details too.
    Here's a link to my deviantART, because I haven't got better things to write here (yet).

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    I really like this leen - an original and detailed perspective, and a very human scale which is unusual on a map.

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    It looks great! One thing that I noticed, however, is that the line of grass running up the road seems unnaturally unbroken. That minor detail does not at all detract from this great piece.

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    Excellent, leen! Green is awesome, and the line-drawn details are great. It would be kinda cool to see an animal or two in one of the pasture blocks... what kind of farm is it? Horse?

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    Beautiful! Almost more of a landscape painting, I could see this being published in a children's book. Well done!

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