CJ Lues wrote:My entry is in!!!
DJ Teflon wrote:CJ Lues wrote:My entry is in!!!
MrBenn wrote:Host your map files (one entry per contestant please) using Photobucket, imageshack or some other file sharing program, and provide a link to Industrial Helix by CC Time: 2011-05-10 18:59:59.
All entries must be submitted by May 10th, 2011.
Entries will be shortlisted by the foundry staff and a vote of the best maps will commence within five days of deadline. All submissions will be anonymous until a clear winner has been determined. Please submit both large and small images via PM to, yours truly, Industrial Helix.
World Cities Contest: Pick your favourite London Map
Like announced in the official topic of the competition, since we have 3 different graphical representations of London, we decided to start a poll to understand which of these maps the Conquer Club Community like the most.
The poll will run for a week and everyone can vote, but be careful because you have just a single vote. So make your choice carefully!
Which is your favourite London Map?
After a week of voting, the London map with most votes will be picked to participate to the final poll to elect the overall winner of the competition.
ender516 wrote:I agree about the perspective on #1, but for me, it is very reminiscent of the Great Lakes map (not really a bad thing, as I like that map), and it seems to have dropped the Southwark label off the small map. #2 is just a bit too green for me, although I do like the skyline silhouette. The border on #3 is pretty snappy, but the corners on the legends are a bit much for me and I am not fond of the colour scheme. All in all, I am voting for #1.
ComposerNate wrote:They all need some proofreading. Also, I notice that the abbreviations for some areas are different in different maps. Are there any abbreviations that are standard for London neighborhoods, or boroughs, or whatever they call them?
CJ Lues wrote:Great maps guys!!!
btw. isn’t there a missing impassable (between Croydon and Bromley) in London 2?
the.killing.44 wrote:Victor, there is nothing "new" about #1. I suppose [mod edit] meant it to be an imitation of, or perhaps more appropriately a gross and obvious counterfeit of, Great Lakes? Even the layout of the elements on the canvas is plagiarised. No aspect of the map works well in conjunction with any other. Bland.
#3 is simply a mapmaker's first or second attempt at a map. Not to be slanderous, there isn't more to be said.
[mod edit] go #2.
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