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    This is a commission I made for a Swedish RPG some time ago. The world consisted of two large islands and I think you all can see where the bad people live
    The map is made in CC3 in the very popular style made by Djekspek here on the forum. Some small stuff are added in PS as well.
    Hope you like it.
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    Great piece! Really nice textures and colors. Personally, I'd have made the trees a little smaller, and the continent names a different color that stands out more, but I realize you are not really going to spend more time on this one, so ignore that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lingon View Post
    Great piece! Really nice textures and colors. Personally, I'd have made the trees a little smaller, and the continent names a different color that stands out more, but I realize you are not really going to spend more time on this one, so ignore that
    Thanks Lingon, and no I'm not spending more time on the map, I've already spent more then enough
    But thanks for the criticism, it is always something I can brig with me to the next map i make
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    Nice one Clercon! The only things I'd comment is the title and compass place ment which both looks a bit stucked in that corner and too close to the landmass. Also the sea and islands names labels are hardly legible.

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    Thanks!
    @max, yest there are some things that could improve. The map is however reduced in size before i put it up here. The original meant for printing in A2, so it is quite large, and in that version the labels are much clearer.
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    I like that. I tried to use something similiar in my books, but it was too dark and the lettering too small on e readers. So i'm going with the black and white. Wish I could use this style though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craig2010 View Post
    I like that. I tried to use something similiar in my books, but it was too dark and the lettering too small on e readers. So i'm going with the black and white. Wish I could use this style though.
    Thanks Craig, and I can understand that it gets dark on an ereader. But the style is really great.
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    This is Kurtographer. Your map is fine work. Something to be proud of. I enjoyed going over it. Fantastic work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kurtographer View Post
    This is Kurtographer. Your map is fine work. Something to be proud of. I enjoyed going over it. Fantastic work.
    Thank you kurtographer, I did put a lot of work into the details so I'm glad you like it.
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