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    Wip May/June Lite Entry: Untitled WIP

    Just roughing out a region. Havent got any descriptions yet still a WIP..
    So this is just a teaser...

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    Fair warning Jake, the contest ends on 6/10 which is Wednesday. The lite contests have been scheduled to go from half-month to half-month so as not to interfere with the big boys' and girls' contest. If you won't be ready by 6/10, probably better to hold off and pull the trigger on the June/July contest.

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    I know its going to be close but Im sure Ill get it finished in time. Better get back to work

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    Map May/June Lite Entry: BlackWater

    Well this is the final product.
    the text is a little rushed but I can come back to that later on.
    Hope you like it..

    Newer Version..

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    I regret that I only have a very old computer that is why I cannot
    get the image size that I would like.


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    Now, that's what I call a nice map! It's like I am looking at Google Earth. Your coast, water and mountains are spectacular.
    Like you I regret the size... it would have been very cool to be able to zoom in.

    Can you share some information about how you created this map?

    Unfortunately I cannot rep you as I need to spread my rep around first.
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    Well done...
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    Those forests totally rock. You have monastery spelled wrong though swap the e and a.
    If the radiance of a thousand suns was to burst at once into the sky, that would be like the splendor of the Mighty One...I am become Death, the Shatterer of worlds.
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    I got your back, Gandwarf. Rep'ed for a beautiful map.

    The river is pretty wide, I'd argue - unless it's a strait, of course... Or The Grey Mountains are kinda smallish. What's the scale here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gandwarf View Post
    Can you share some information about how you created this map?
    Yeah, I'd like to know how its done too. Did you lay the mountains and labels down on a satellite image? The water colors, in particular around the coastline, look exactly like a satellite image. The forests look a bit like satellite images too, but its mostly the water.

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    The process is as follows.

    Create a terrain in terragen
    Use terrain in vue add base textures lighting and trees
    then photoshop
    then some more photoshop
    Here is the image just after vue stage
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    and here again midway through photoshop
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