koontz1973 wrote:OK, what are the territs that have no planet?
koontz1973 wrote:Have you thought about adding a couple of suns in as killer neutrals? Black holes as passages from one side of the board to the other?
koontz1973 wrote:Vekoqu looks bigger than Balkana. Remember to size each planet according to where they are on the map.
koontz1973 wrote:Yes, just trying to figure out a why to give you an extra layer of game play with the suns. So if not suns, how about a nebula for the killers?
greenoaks wrote:why are you using Habited instead of Inhabited ?
koontz1973 wrote:Some things.
The map text seems to be two different fonts or styles of font, please make the same.
Go to Dafont and see if you can find a better text for the legend. The one you have is very plain and boring. A better title font needs to be found.
Blue text on black is hard to see. Can you put a glow around the text. Lastly, like the planets, give the text a slight degree of size difference. So again, top smaller, bottom bigger. Same effect can be done for the legend. Think star wars opening.
nicarus wrote:how about having all the zones around the black hole decay due to gravity sucking them to the black hole, like -2 per turn if held
generalhead wrote:might look good to add some depth and character to your black hole
-Changed font of title and briefing
-Changed the perspective of the briefings (or tried to anyway)
-Changed the names of most of the inhabited planets (I didn't like most of them)
koontz1973 wrote:boler, what programme are you using?
koontz1973 wrote:Gravity wells, these look like spaceships to me.
koontz1973 wrote:Still having problems reading the darker ones. (Blue and orange)
koontz1973 wrote:This from generalhead looks fantastic. Yes please. That very bright centre of the map you have, just turn it into blue with a solid black circle.
Boler wrote:koontz1973 wrote:boler, what programme are you using?
Paint.NET (I know it's not as powerful as gimp, but I find it much easier to use, if I really need to use a feature of gimp I can always move the images into gimp. I think I should be able to get the "star wars" perspective effect without resorting to that though.)
koontz1973 wrote:Moving over to GIMP is going to be a must.
generalhead wrote:Gimp is a great program, I had no idea how to use it at first, but Koontz and Seamus helped me so much with this program. It is ok to redo your map over in Gimp because the more the redo your map in gimp the better you learn the program. There are also a lot of great gimp tutorials on Youtube. Don't worry about the time it takes to do this because the more you work on your map the better it will be in the end. great job so far my friend, I cant wait to see further progress on this.
koontz1973 wrote:I do not know how you can do this as I do not know paint at all.
koontz1973 wrote:How is GIMP working out for you? Do you need any help?
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