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    Wip World Development Sketchbook

    Long time lurker here.
    This thread is going to become home to the numerous map sketches and studies I produce regularly (in bits and pieces) while pushing through the development of a full world map for one of my writing projects. Hopefully this will serve as a personal digital record. To start, I'll just drop a small sketch produced during a tiresome meeting today at work that shows a tiny northern portion of Fifth Earth, Ordalium and its directly neighboring land.

    Hand-draw with ballpoint pen.
    15 minutes.

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    Very nice Copykittykat, I will definitely be keeping tabs on this thread. Glad you decided to come out of the shadows and share your work with us.

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    -Arsheesh

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    Wow, that's pretty good, especially for only 15 minutes work.
    "I like a look of agony, because I know it's true."

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    Will we see more from this? That looks awesome!

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    Sorry for being away for so long! I will soon start uploading some other sketches I've compiled over the last few months now that I have access to a scanner again. This is a quick map I put together yesterday--took about 3-4 hours because I also mapped out linguistic patterns/proto language usage over the land as well as played around with land & water routes (neither of which are shown here!). This map will serve as a foundation for a more complete map in the future. I really want to hand-draw all my elements, if not the entire map, but starting it digitally allowed me freedom to name, rename, and wiggle things around.

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