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    Guild Applicant Syzygy's Avatar
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    Feb 2009
    London, UK

    Map Hi.

    Hello all. Not sure what to say with the introduction, but know that I will be bugging you guys here and there (apologies in advance) about how to do better maps. So far, I have had some luck with maps of medieval London, but CC3 seems to be a lot better for fantasy maps, which I make when I should be doing work...

    Anyway, I would appreciate some feedback on how to make the maps look more professional, as I just got CC3 and have no idea how to make it look pretty, or, as you can well see, have higher resolution. Help would be appreciated, and thanks in advance.
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    Community Leader NeonKnight's Avatar
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    Its a good start. Looking forward to see ing you start playing with the Sheet Effects!
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    Community Leader Facebook Connected Steel General's Avatar
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    Welcome Aboard!

    There are some really nice tutorials for CC3 here, I highly urge you to check them out.
    My Finished Maps | My Challenge Maps | Ghoraja Juun, my largely stagnated campaign setting.

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    Administrator Redrobes's Avatar
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    Hello Syzygy,

    Nice nick - my favourite word in scrabble - but you have to use a blank to do it - but not if your German.... apparently

    Welcome btw.

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