koontz1973 wrote:cairnswk, forgive me but not really looked in for a while. But one thing that really popped out at me is this.
You seem to have 4 different edges to the map, I have circled them and am just wondering why the different styles for the one map?
Just noticed as posting this, at Blue mountains national park, you have a white glow poking its head out from under the mountains on the left (just above the yellow line). Is this necessary and if not, can it be removed.
My point is that this whole left side of the map is a single color, lifted up beyond the rest of the map, it does appear that this whole section of the map is flowing over the remainder of the map, the beveling is just way too strong.
What koontz pointed out I see also, parts of the beveling putting lighter spots in odd areas, I see also, a artifact of the overbeveling. You don't want texture fine, but the bevel has to go.
iancanton wrote:the flowing wax effect appears south of the lake as well as in the legend area. is this an attempt to show that the blue mountains extend to these areas?
chapcrap wrote:I think that looks better, but it seems like there isn't a very good uniformity of the edges where there should be. Most notably to me around Bilpin and Wilberforce.
koontz1973 wrote:Like the hand drawn effect (the non uniform look works)for the bevel but what Chapcrap said about that one part, I seem to agree with. A couple of extra pixels to make the bevel there stand out more would be nice. [/quote}
Nice but not necessary.Could I ask for a different colour for the mountains as they are very close to the territ colour. I take it they are the blue mountains, but I can see some brown in the photo you used and that should make the pop out more. As for the hand drawn side of them, I have no problem with that part.
Yes you can ask, but i don't think that is in the best interest to add more colour to that section, as it might only look confusing and ugly. Yes there is a solid sandstone ridge vertical drop looking back from the three sisters, but i don't think it is inportant enough to warrant what you request.Between blue mountains and Warragamba, you have a road cut out of the mountains, can you do something similar between Warragamba and Sydney university along the same line. I know you have the cut away further south.
cairnswk wrote:chapcrap wrote:I think that looks better, but it seems like there isn't a very good uniformity of the edges where there should be. Most notably to me around Bilpin and Wilberforce.
chapcrap, these edges replace the previous bevel as you know.
the argument before was it was too strong.
so i changed it and now it is not uniform.
the other thing is that these lines replace contour lines of sort and i am sure you have looked at contour lines and seen that the distances between lines is hardly even uniform.
so to me, that is not an issue, and uniformity is not something i am totally after with this effect.
I'm talking about how the effect coming out from the terts is not the same width all the way around? You want that to be random widths around the edges? That looks really bad, IMO.
pamoa wrote:small graphic inconsistency
double crossing are grey (transparent)
simple ones are black
roads are dark grey (all should be like this)
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest