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Thread: [Award Winner] Tutorial & Guide for Hand Drawn Maps (Pen & Ink w/ Photoshop)

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    Sorry I haven't posted in awhile - are you still doing this series? If so, could you do one on different styles of fonts and such you use for pen and ink?

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    (Little boy in ragged cloths stands with bowl cupped in both hand and extended towards the school master. He has a starved and worn cast to his features)

    "Please Sir, can I have some more. Please"

    I think this is a great tutorial, and one that I have been wanting to find for SOOOOO long. I am an avid pen and paper drawer of land masses but SUUUck at the terrain features no matter how much I try. This tut is giving me the urge to try again.

    Thanks again.

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    Del started a new job a few weeks ago and is on the road, so don't expect any updates to this until his training period is over which won't be until the end of this year at least as he is pretty much work, sleep, work mode.
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    no rush

    just stumbled over this and wanted him to know that it was with much relief that stubbed my toes.

    besides, the time between posts will give me more time to absorb what was already laid before me.

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    Yep... Jojo said it, i'm a working stiff .... so I've got 'responsibilities' to take care of .... But I will be delving into it again hopefully in the new year... Thanks for the praise Korash and thank you all for the patience
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    Del,
    Ironically, this tutorial inspired me to do it the "old fashioned way" on my big WIP project... draw every last mountain, hill, forest and swamp by hand. Hopefully it will look better than "passing average"... but then my drawing skills aren't exceptional and between everything else I do in my time I don't get the chance to practice properly and improve... (btw.. i HATE drawing living things... they NEVER look right)
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    Default Hand draw Map

    It is quite Amazing creation.Hand draw Map with the pen and the diffract type of Inks,Its a good Idea,I have read your Ides and the things that are really informative and good to make MAP on the paper,Different type of nibs,inks and the pens are required to make the MAP.For the colour and the surface of the mountain and the roads will be highlighted with these Ink.Good job.Got such a god Ideas from this.

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