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    Map Village by the River

    This is my first post in here and I decided to use it to post one of my finished maps. It's a small village by the river which sits on stilts above a muddy ground. The map was done in Photoshop with Wacom board.

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    Community Leader Facebook Connected Steel General's Avatar
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    I think the only 'criticism' I would have is that the shadowing isn't consistent, but I'm bad about that as well so it's not a big deal.
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    This is excellent. Only thing I'd add is some blocks on the gray stone structures. Man, I gotta get me a tablet, this is nice.
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    Very nice.

    I agree with SG about the shadows - your boardwalks are throwing the same length of shadows as the castles!

    I love the dark lines and dirtied up textures. This is very pretty indeed. Welcome over.

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    Thanks everyone for your comments! Absolutely true about the shadows, didn't even think about it earlier. That's one thing to keep in mind when making my next map.

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