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    So I've been away for a while.
    But I've made quite a few new maps since I was here last. Thought I'd share some.

    I am now up to 47 regional maps -- I have somewhere around 25 left to produce. Nothing new in terms of style, but I'm filling in the unmapped parts of the world and I am getting to a point where I can see the finish line.

    Thanks!
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    No matter how many times I see any of these, I am always amazed at the quality.

    Well done!
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    I would kill just for your ability to name stuff much less the rest of the quality of work.
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    I'm with pig, if I could do this I'd start my own magazine being the Nat Geo for fantasy worlds and I'd do the maps of course. But since I can't I'll just have to drool and rep Excellent stuff as always.
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    Where has he been? Avoiding being repped of course. Definitely time to rectify that.

    Truly lovely maps - a pleasure to look at.
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    Very great work!

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    Truly awesome!
    Curious - how do you make the mountains?

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    Fantastic work! Truly inspirational - very cool and extremely well done. Now if you excuse me, I need to pick my jaw off the floor.
    Cheers,
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    Thanks all!

    @Ravells: Those aren't fjords, they're mangrove swamps! Anyways I'm glad I didn't incur the wrath of the river police (yet).

    @valadaar: There's a tutorial around here somewhere... let me see... here it is. It's basically a straight export from Fractal Terrains. Although I've found that a combination of median filter + surface blur will give you very nice results.

    -Rob

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