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    Guild Novice castrusdrake's Avatar
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    Hello, My name is Jeremy and I'm looking for some one to help me with a map, im currently in the midst of writing a Steam-punk Novel and I would like to have a map to go along with it, kind of a post apocalyptic united states or world map done in a sort of neo Victorian style, though this is really up to who ever will be kind enough to help me out, i cant pay anything as im poor, id like to have a map to help me visualize the lay out of the world that's in my head, and look forward to working closely with any one willing to try to translate my thoughts into a picture.

    most major cities have been destroyed and to some extent rebuilt.
    Airships now fly through the sky so some sort of port' cities
    The united states is no longer in existence, but has been divided up into several different kingdoms.
    Americas 13 original colonies are one of these kingdoms and are now called Royal America, and are once again controlled by the British
    Africa India Japan Russia and China are the only major countries left in that part of the world
    Brittan and most of the UK is a vast waste land

    these are just my ideas at the moment, a World wild apocalypse has taken place so the geography of the world is bound to have changed, though they should still be mostly recognizable. any questions or comments please contact me Via msn or on yahoo with the same name also my email and also through here

    any one willing to do this will have a large amount of artistic freedom because im a wordsmith not an artist. i look forward to working with some one on this. much appreciated

    there is no time limit, as with any great work it takes as long as it takes and im willing to take as long as you are to work on it.
    Last edited by castrusdrake; 12-15-2009 at 03:42 PM.
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