RjBeals wrote:your images are 2.5 megs. That's ridiculous. And how much of this is original art?
Danyael wrote:do you need to hold 5 hydrogens on only estrogen or testosterone just 5 hydrogens (which can be ie 3 from testostrone & 2 from estrogen) to recieve the bonus
same goes with oxygen?
this causes who goes first to get a big chance of getting multiple bonus to start which can that evolve in to a highly one sided battle with in the first couple rounds
i hope that explains it better
mattosaurus wrote: The only thing not really the original is the background which could be redone if necessary, and I only put it together in less than a couple of days.
oaktown wrote:For starters, it's a little confusing to have army circles attached to the territory circles - I'd like to see you explore ways to get the army circles on the molecules themselves yet still attach a territory name.
It would be interesting to count up how many territories only have one outlet, because I'm afraid that having so many dead ends and bottlenecks will lead to a lot of stalemates on this map.
Graphically, the man and woman and very cutesy-role playing game, the molecules are very 3-D digital design, the background is very art nouveau, and the title goes from military to gothic. I think you need to find one artistic style and go with it.
mattosaurus wrote:At least the title I was going for the contrast between male and female, which is the point of the map...
oaktown wrote:mattosaurus wrote:At least the title I was going for the contrast between male and female, which is the point of the map...
I get what you were after, but there's nothing feminine about that font. It's decorative, yes, but the gothic serifs are actually very masculine in my opinion. There are better options that would work with the military font in that they would both be more contemporary...
Maybe that's what bugs me - the elements aren't from the same era. You've got a quasi-futuristic knight in armor, a 1990s-looking 3-D representation of molecules, a mid 20th century stencil font, a 13th century gothic font, an early 20th century background, and a fairy tale princess.
And if you're going to go 3-D with the molecules, it looks odd to have nothing else on the map 3D.
mibi wrote:Finally a Testosterone VS Estrogen map. I have been waiting for this since I got bored with classic.
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