Thank both of you for the feedback! After a few un-creative days, Iíve finally managed to get around to updating this map. Itís changed quite a bit; some continents have been shrunken, others enlarged, some taken from my previous works, and some new altogether. The color scheme has also been made a bit easier on the eyes.
I see what you mean, Pixie. I searched for detailed maps of Earthís tectonic plates and found that my conworld was nothing compared to microplate-ridden SE Asia, so Iíve worked to increase the number of plates. Hopefully I havenít messed it up too badlyÖ
As for the currents, I followed your advice. The northern area still looks a bit funky to me, but at least itís better than before. One issue added with these new changes, though, is the current that runs through the middle of the two western continents. Is it fine as-is, should I remove it, or should I do something else entirelyÖ? Also, the currents may seem to ignore island chains in a few spots, but thatís just because I made the mistake of adding the islands in after everything else.
Iíll be sure to fix those low pressure zones in the future. I wanted my planet to rotate in the other direction because I wanted the central continent to be dryer, with few rainforests, but also because I felt as though this is something that conworld-ers donít mess with as often as they should. If you pick a planet from a random solar system in the universe, the chances are 50/50 one way or the other (unless there are variables that I am unaware of Ė Iím no astronomer, after all).
Dark brown indicates mountains that are being actively formed, while light brown indicates older ranges. Pressure, rainfall, and climate zones will have to wait for now.
So, without further a-do, here are the new maps:
Once again, thank you, Pixie, for all your help!