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    Hi all,

    I've been quite impressed by the fancy styles you guys are all coming up with lately. I've been waiting for a project to come along at work that I can use some of your ideas on.

    In the meantime, I've got another map done for my atlas project. Please have a look, and if you're interested, the rest of the project can be found here.
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    OMG!

    OK, fine, I GIVE UP!


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    Oh, hell. Geneva Convention, Rob - don't kick us when we're down Excellent map, by the way
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    Nice. Verrrrry nice!
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    Dear god man....

    Nice work.

    btw...

    For being this good



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    And once again HR demonstrates why he has the title professional...

    That map brought a tear to my eye. :cry:
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    Cheers All. See you in another life. Its back to my day job. :cry:

    Excellent map. Wow.

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    Nice rivers

    I especially like the oxbow lakes around the Unurvi River.

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    I bought a new printer this weekend (super duper hi res one) and the first thing I printed on it was one of handsomeRob's maps. They look even better in print on photographic paper!

    Absolutely superb!

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    Thanks so much everyone!

    Quote Originally Posted by RobA
    Nice rivers

    I especially like the oxbow lakes around the Unurvi River
    Yeah, that took a while to do but I think it was worth the effort.
    Quote Originally Posted by ravells
    I bought a new printer this weekend (super duper hi res one) and the first thing I printed on it was one of handsomeRob's maps. They look even better in print on photographic paper!
    Wow, that's awesome! I wish I could post the hi-res versions. These maps were originally designed to be 10"x16" and print at 300 dpi, but my website only allows images up to 2048 pixels on a side, so I have to downsample the maps.

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