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    Thanks for giving your opinions guys, it's good to share, especially when it's positive


    Quote Originally Posted by Ilanthar View Post
    Just Wow...
    I'm amazed and wondering. Did you get inspiration from real buildings? I mean, I'm a poor drawer for this but I would have been so glad to sketch some castles or buildings I have seen...
    I've always loved architecture and old buildings and I guess I have possibly some relevant opinions about how to draw them. That's pretty much the only inspiration I have. Of course, I can google some names of city I know having a lot of that kind of buildings, but I'm definitely not trying to reproduce real buildings.
    Hope I answered your question

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    Yes, thanks!

    I was just talking of inspiration, not of copying. Even if there are much wonders in the world, imagination is a powerful tool !
    And sadly, in real life, it's quite rare to see a concentration of beautiful buildings as shown in you cemetery of the thousand.

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    Well it's official, you're definitely too kind with me
    Just hope the future maps will be as appreciated as this one
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    Future maps? *sits and grabs pop-corn*

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    Man, you make me feel like a talentless hack. Insanely beautiful work. If this doesn't get you another Choice Award, I don;t know what will.
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    Amazing, I love the small details.

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    Someday. Someday I will things like this. *back to learning the basics* Little birdies can dream, right?

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    Stunning work. I don't know what else to say. The detail is mesmerising.

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    Fantastic work

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    I think my favourite thing is that you haven't neglected to scatter in a bit of debris and rough edges, even at this scale. This is such an evocative map!

    cheers,
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