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    Map Garthey - fantasy town commission

    Hey everyone,
    I was lately commissioned by a RPG group to make a map of the town of Garthey, where a lot of plots are keeping the players busy there. The request was a friendly printer map. I didn't want to go on a greyscale version for this one so I just added some solid grey shading on the black nad white map. As usual, it's digitally hand-drawn in Photoshop.

    Hope you'll like it. As usual, feel free to rate, rep or run away

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    You make me want to get going and push my skills, polish them and expand them to get better and evolve my maps. Keep on. I must say I realy like your city maps the most, within your wide range of maps.

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    I just love this! The buildings views are awesome.

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    While i agree that this looks, as always, really well done, the map itselfs totally shatters my suspension of disbelief. Why is there even a wall at all? This city wall is totally and absolutely useless as it does not close off the city at all. It's just non-sensical. Weird.
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    Thanks guys, comments appreciated!

    Quote Originally Posted by Eilathen View Post
    While i agree that this looks, as always, really well done, the map itselfs totally shatters my suspension of disbelief. Why is there even a wall at all? This city wall is totally and absolutely useless as it does not close off the city at all. It's just non-sensical. Weird.
    Magic! Client request! or something! Nah kidding, indeed I should have joined the walled parts to the rivers banks to make it more realistic.

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    Nice line work Max, and the houses are cool!

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    Maybe it makes them feel safer. Maybe they worship the wall. Maybe, the wall isn't even a wall at all and it's actually a giant artificial rock-face which people pay to climb and is the town's main source of revenue.
    What I'm definitely sure of is that this is a great map.

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    Nice work Max!
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    Need something commissioned? Send me a message!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NedS298 View Post
    Maybe it makes them feel safer. Maybe they worship the wall. Maybe, the wall isn't even a wall at all and it's actually a giant artificial rock-face which people pay to climb and is the town's main source of revenue.
    What I'm definitely sure of is that this is a great map.
    Thanks ned!

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    Nice work Max!
    Thank you Viking

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