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    Guild Journeyer Facebook Connected EricPoehlsen's Avatar
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    The walled city is now filled, next step, adding some smaller settlements along the roads outside the walls.
    After that I will look into some styling, I already tried some stuff and am curious how it will finally end up...

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    Trying some color and styling ...

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    How did you do the effect for the cliffs?
    I would tone down the saturation, a lot indeed. It looks too garish as it is.

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    the cliffs are drawn with a simple brush in short strokes perpendicular to the isolines using a standard soft brush some different greys at 20-30% opacity

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    I really like your style of making a pile of buildings and then placing them. I think I might give it a try.

    The little black buildings...are they all just squares or L shaped or random shaped?

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    I'm probably not supposed to but I much prefer the black one, if the grid lines were less intense. Still in the colour one the feeling one gets is a lot more comfortable because despite the colour intensity it's still not as harsh as the greyscale one.

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