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Forthwall's Maplabs
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I think I could make a thread like this :p

Well I like to make maps, all types and I will show you some I have :
(note most are pdfs because I make them svg format)


https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9295...%20Map.pdf

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9295...itical.pdf

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9295...eshira.pdf

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9295...astova.pdf

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And some satellite maps I have made :

Planet

Country Sat

Satilite Political Hybrid

Enjoy!
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#2
Very nice, I like the detail in the maps! Big Grin

How long does it usually take to create each one?
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A few 15 minutes to 2 hours or so, but it depends on what I'm making, thank you by the way Smile
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#4
These are some great maps! Any sources that could be helpful in the mapmaking process. (I like the satellite ones, must be hard to make.)
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#5
A new map :

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9295...astova.pdf

t3haco - Thanks! Satellite maps are actually very simple. all you need are sources of existing satellite images, a photo editing tool with clone stamp and a basic layout of what you need!
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I like this one. It feels very polished and the detail is quite nice. Big Grin
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As always, great job! It actually feels like a real road map!
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Thanks guys Big Grin

This is a map of some islands, no major information because the chain isn't very big.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9295...a/Main.pdf
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I like the natural "feel" of the map. It has some nice detail without feeling artificial. Nicely done. Big Grin
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Now here's a new one that is basically an orthographic project of my country. This picture isn't 100% made by myself (because I took the wikipedia svg), but I had to add the new landmass and adjust it for my nation.

http://www.cinl.org/w/images/8/86/Shusht...ion%29.png

The picture in details is actually very minimalistic with very few curves; although it turns out to look exceptionally well from far away.
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It has a lot of detail to it. I like the fact that it sits on the globe. It looks neat that way. Big Grin
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I like the globe-style! Feels like a wikipedia map.
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They looks shmexy!
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