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    Post My Second Map

    I tried to improve on my first map. My goals were: draw free-hand mountains and trees with my Wacom Bamboo .

    I also wanted to try Jeremy Elford's aging techniques which I think worked beautifully. Thanks Jeremy. Here is the tutorial:

    Here is the result:

    I would like to improve my color palette in the future and also move closer to the coast. I want to tackle some of the coastline regions in the Charleston area from the 1650-1800's.

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    Community Leader Facebook Connected Steel General's Avatar
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    I like this version much better.
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    I agree the mountains do look very nice in this

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    I do look forward to working with a lighter background and trying the "altceva" style, here

    The link above to me represents a very unique art form and I want to try it. It is the most striking image I have seen in a long time. I will do my best to imitate it and give the originator full credit for the inspiration.

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    Really wonderfully done. great job

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    beautiful mountains... I really like those, more of a painting than a map IMO... great job!
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