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    Gah, my FF crashed while I was typing. Second try...

    I'm starting a new DnD campaign soon, and I suggested to my DM that I create a map of wherever we start from. He agreed, and gave me two constraints: it must be a single continent, and it should be clearly divided in half by some sort of landmark. I place another constraint on myself: I had to include the Diffin Strait.

    I started to do some sketching by hand, thinking I'd just do it over in Gimp, but at one point I realized I might as well keep it on paper: the paper I'm using is yellowish, and, after all, how better to get a hand-drawn look then to actually draw it by hand?

    Some more details:
    1) As I said, the paper is beige-yellow, and it is rather rough, so it looks better IRL then the image below.
    2) No names as of yet, as my DM asked me to let him do that.
    3) The maps are at a different scale: the first one is about 5500 Km wide (the width of the US) while the second is about 3000 Km wide (width of Australia). In both cases, the Diffin Strait (at the mouth of both interior seas) is roughly at scale.
    4) I'll keep working on it; a lot of stuff is missing (forests, cities, etc.).

    Thoughts?
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