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    Default WIP: Orc Worg-Lord Village...

    Orcs in my Asian-inspired campaign setting fill the role the Mongols did in our world. Here's a rough start on an Orc village...really an encampment, because they'll move on in a matter of months, leaving the area barren of resources. I started with a RPG Citymap Generator template and went from there. Still much more to do. One step is reducing the brush and adding worg pens.
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    Edit: Yeah, some terrain shading too. It's very flat...
    Edit again: Hmm. It's not really discernible at this scale (the map is 25% of full res) but a lot of that ground clutter is tree stumps. I guess I need to make them more distinctive.

    ***Next up on Wild Minguo...The Mating Habits of Plains Orcs: The Importance of the Grease Spell. Viewer discretion is advised. Young children and small humanoids take heed.
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    Looking good already

    Any website that keeps track of your Rpg setting? seems interesting

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    Thanks! Yep, check out Acacia Games in my sig. It's building slowly. First up is an adventure called Curse of the Emperor's Stone. I'm playtesting it with my group now and hope to have it out by the end of January or February of next year.
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    I really like this style you have developed. You just need to get those trees looking more tree-like and it will be perfect.
    Hi ho, hi ho, it's off to work I go..

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    looks good, but there sure is a lot going on - my eyes have a hard time finding rest anywhere, might be better in full size though
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    I would reduce the number of treestumps, and don't like the shadow on the buildings/tents I would soften it more and make it lighter Other than that it looks great (the water looks amazing btw )

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