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    Help Looking for advice at XIX-century map style

    Hi everyone.
    At the beginning I would ask for some tolerance cause of mine imperfect English. I'm a foreigner.
    I hope I've posted it in right place.

    I would appreciate, if You could help me with my Map Creating Plans. Currently I'm working on a map for my own RPG System. Game is situated more or less in a world, in which people have reached technology similar to Earth's at the turn of the XIX and XX century. In this case, I want also to create a map that looks like those one, that were created at this time.

    The problem is, that I have no idea, how to give my maps a looks that is even just familiar to it.

    Can You provide me some solutions, maybe a tutorial, or links to Photoshop Plug-ins that would help me? I will be very thankful.
    Especially, I would want to know how to make XIX/XX style mountains.

    I'm working with Photoshop CS2; and I would appreciate, if You could tell me how to do it using Photoshop, not anything else.

    I attach some XIX/XX map's to give You a closer look for the effect, that I want to gain.

    Thanks for Help,
    Qbista
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