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    This is awesome, thanks alot man! This'll be the first digital map I've made, and I hope it'll look good. I'll post a picture when I'm done.

    Thanks again!

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    Thank you for this tutorial, that's a nice style. I still need a lot of pratice with it, but here is my first try.

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    That's pretty rad. I reckon if you made the colours of the states a bit less opaque, the effect would fit the style a bit more!

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    Thank you for the advice WhatTheBlazes, I'll do that in my next pratice.

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    Great tutorial! I appreciate the detail you put into how to make the text effects. Definitely worth a day's work. I ran out of space for the scale and compass.

    Antique-Style Maps in Gimp-old.png

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    Very nice Zaelkonan, and the mountains fit very well with this style.

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    Hmm, I'm having trouble with adding mountains. I have Gimp 2.8. What am I supposed to do if I can't find the "fade out" box? I don't think this is in 2.8, but I am very new to this program. It seems like it should look like the lines are just fading away, but mine are still constant after adjusting the fade settings. I'm just doing a random map to try different strategies.

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    In the instructions, you mention you used brushes off of DeviantArt, and then refer specifically to 'the second brush of these', but there does not appear to actually be a link there. Would you perhaps have the link somewhere, or am I just incapable of using the link correctly?

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