MARCH 09 VOTING
PLEASE VOTE FOR FOUR ENTRIES
Once again there has been a fantastic response to this month's competition. Thank you to everyone for taking part, there have been some magnificent entries but don't forget you can only vote for four of them.
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Best of Luck to all the contestants!
The Challenge was:
Using the attached map as a starting point, throw a ton of precipitation at this map. The map is divided into 100 squares.
- Every square must contain at least 1 water course.
- 1/5th (20) must contain at least 2 watercourses.
- 1/10th (10) must contain at least 3 watercourses.
- The red marked squares do not need rivers in them.
- Contestants must include a grid (10 x 10) overlayed on their final entry.
The end result should be one BOATLOAD of rivers. It is up to you to determine the scale of the map, the size of the map, and where to place place terrain features (mountains, etc.) to make such rivers happen...Remember, the River Police are watching....
Minor alterations are permitted to fractalize the coast lines, but the depicted rivers, lakes/seas, and coastal shape must be recognizable as derivative from the original. The rivers provided are the main river system of the section of land. It is expected (nay, demanded) that you add tributaries to these rivers as well as add additional river systems to suit your needs, but the existing rivers may not be lengthened.