Oh, the edges are darkened, I'll remove it for all the islands then. Are the continent colors good now?pepperonibread wrote:It seems like the islands Nunivak, Adak, Attu, and Kodlak are a different color from their continent (S. Alaska).
Ok, I'll change up the colors more to fix the issues. The ports are really islands, but they are too small to be put in correct size, so I just made them like that.oaktown wrote:colorblind issues? yes... southern and northern Alaska look the same, as do the Koryak and Evensk territories. There are more colors you can use and still keep it looking "cool."
In looking at the map, what a "port" is supposed to be isn't clear... why are there ports in the middle of the sea? (The answer might be buried in the thread, but 99% of your players won't have read this.)
lanyards wrote:The ports are really islands, but they are too small to be put in correct size, so I just made them like that.
I never thought it looked like Charleston, but I think it is a good thing if it does.MrBenn wrote:Lanyards - nice map.
I've only scanned it quickly, and my initial impression is that it's got a similar look to RJ's Charleston... I know the maps have different colour schemes, but there is just something about it... I don't know if it's the font, or the legend placement, or the islands, or all three together, but it generally feels similar... I'm not sure if that's a good thing or not, but I'd take that as a complement
Incandenza wrote:I don't suppose Middle East style watermarks for the continents would be possible...
militant wrote:The map looks awesome, it looks nice and simple which is really good, it reminds me a little of the new Iceland map for the same reason. I am really liking the look of it. Nice one Lanyards
lanyards wrote:Canada is in America. Right?Joodoo wrote:Yukon is part of Canada, not USA.
Maybe you should make it North American Continents instead of American continents to make it more geographically correct.
Coleman wrote:I'm a bit confused by the ports being the same color as two corresponding continents instead of their own color. That's the only improvement I can see, as their being their own color would help further clarify that they are not a part of any existing continent.
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