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    hello guys, i'm new to the forum and this is my first map! it's a fictional world that i created for my dungeons & dragons campaign. i appreciate any comment and critics!

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    Guild Adept Gracious Donor Viking's Avatar
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    Very nice first post lesopeso! Welcome to the guild and have some rep! I am curious, since I have also made maps that have areas of unclaimed territory how do you account for them? I like the farmland texture but maybe you could've used more of it.

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    Nice maps Lesopeso.

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    Very good first post.

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    Thank you guys ^^
    Quote Originally Posted by Viking View Post
    I am curious, since I have also made maps that have areas of unclaimed territory how do you account for them?
    you mean in the political map? I simply left them uncolored, to expose the rough base texture..

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    Wow, those are great! I love the textures in the physical map. I can never find good textures... *sigh*
    "I like a look of agony, because I know it's true."

    -Emily Dickinson

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    Lol, most of the texture i used, i found here on the website and some are handmade

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    These turned out really well, I especially like how you blended the tree pattern in so seamlessly. Look forward to seeing more of your work.

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    -Arsheesh

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    Nice! What program did you use?

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