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    I'm back with my Terra Incognita 4, this time in parchment version.
    (This map is my sand box )
    I made it with CC3 but my objective is to realize another handmade map on paper elephant skin (see an example of this paper here : http://www.hieroglyphes.fr//catalogu...g=354&haut=500)
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    I forgot : I'm discovering the lighting effects, in both CC3 and Gimp. It's great fun, but not very easy to master.
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    Very nice map. I am amazed at all the different styles CC3 supports... this is a great example.

    You seem to have several lakes with inlets, but no outlets by the way?
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    Thank you Gandwarf.

    After nearly a year of using CC3, I realize that this software is very powerful and has few limitations, except that of my imagination.

    I agree to the lakes. I dn't control enough FT Pro to correct its mistakes (although in the hand-made version, I spontaneously added outlets to the sea)
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    Another version, still in style parchment, but darker.

    The map done with CC3 and the labels with Inkscape.
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    Labelling looks better, but I don't really like the dark version. I prefer the first two.
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    Striking. Pretty cool.
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