Looks pretty sweet!
Here's a map that I've been working on for a while now. It's not quite finished. I've been posting progress over on the profantasy site, not sure why I haven't posted it here yet. So here for your critique and commentary, I present the town of Zeford.
Nice map! I really like the layouts of the buildings and the clear differentiation between different areas. In particular I like the manors lined up along the river.
I also think the farms are very nice.
Seems like it could use a few more streets, though. Especially in the area with the small houses in the north end of the city.
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I think this is another great example of what CD3 can do! Great job! I have no complaints whatsoever!
I really love the layout of this, especially with the surrounding fields.
Thanks for the comments everyone! I can humbly say that the layout of the city, the placement and size of the fields, even the inclusion and placement of the market "sqaure" are all a direct result of reading these posts and learning from all of your collective experience.
This is my first complete city map (even though there are some small touches I still want to add) and I truly couldn't have done it without all the great advice that is found among these pages.
I really like this! This is a great example of CD3 - now I just wish I had the tenacity to sit still long enough to learn a new software.
City of Opal Island Map (Featured Map Winner...yay!): http://www.cartographersguild.com/finished-maps/5966-city-map-opal-island.html
Various maps from my Homebrew Game: http://www.cartographersguild.com/regional-world-mapping/5407-maps-my-homebrew-dnd-game.html
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Beautiful work KeithC, great layout and colors.