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Last edited by rafaelrzacharias; 05-15-2011 at 05:47 PM.
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Last edited by rafaelrzacharias; 05-15-2011 at 05:49 PM.
That looks pretty awesome for a quick sketch! I like the way you did your coast waves outside of your coastal outline, looks really cool.
The River Police are going to be on your tail soon though! You have a few rivers that split as go to the coast - generally rivers will only join together, rather than split apart. Easy way to think of them is like a tree, with the trunk planted right on the coastline and the branches up in the mountains
I hate to kill three hours of work but you've got river splits all over the place. Remember, rivers join together not split apart. You've got a delta here n there that are ok but you've also got a number of lakes with no drains. One or two I can understand (endorheic basins) but there are a bunch here. The landmass itself looks good and the way that you've drawn everything looks good too.
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OW GOD.. ;PP I completely forgot that thing about rivers... I'm going to fix it tomorow, all of them.. and some lakes will have drains!
Thx for the advice Ascension!
that's a darn fine shape to the landmass. woot!
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Tear, that picture is made of WIN. Nice one.
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Nice pic there Tear - Maybe the River Police should have a boat of some sort as well
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