Bruceswar wrote:I think you should good luck!
natty_dread wrote:Why not... Although personally I find Salem much more appealing.
cairnswk wrote:Bruceswar wrote:I think you should good luck!natty_dread wrote:Why not... Although personally I find Salem much more appealing.
thanks for the thumbs ups guys.
I think this sydney one will have to wait until Traflagar is moved.
Flapcake wrote:Is ther any reason that you using the bridge for the city icon, and not the world vide famous opera house by Utzon ?
Nice map btw.
cairnswk wrote:Flapcake wrote:Is ther any reason that you using the bridge for the city icon, and not the world vide famous opera house by Utzon ?
Nice map btw.
Thanks flapcake,,,yes the Opera House is the icon used on the Sydney Metro map.
Gillipig wrote:We already have a Sydney metro map so I don't think another Sydney map is what I want to see the most. It's unique in location though because it portraits more of Sydney then the other Sydney map so I'm not saying it shouldn't be allowed to be done, just voicing my opinion that maybe another map like this isn't very interesting when there are so many other beautiful cities that haven't got a map yet. A Paris map would be much more interesting I think!!
Industrial Helix wrote:Just a heads up, I'm gonna sticky your maps for now. In my opinion they're looking good and I hope you continue to work on them. But the people in the Main Foundry are a little burdened at the moment.
koontz1973 wrote:With the new title, only the opera house looks better.
For some reason, the mountains look fuzzy,
the bridge looks the right shape but without any detail, it could be drawn by a two year old.
Having the opera house larger, it may be out of scale, but now you can see it clearly so works better than before.
good to hearchapcrap wrote:I agree that the new title is improved.
Second, it is spelled KAYAK, not KYAK.
I also know that IH brought this up long ago, but it seems a lot of the roads are really unnecessary.
The 4 Parks and Mountains bonuses are very similar in color, it's difficult to tell which one is which from the key.
And the names of the regions for Hazelbrook, Springwood, and Lapstone make it difficult to tell where the region is actually at. Maybe it will be easier with the troop numbers, but right now, it looks kind of scrunched up.
What is the reason for making BM National Parks raised? None of the regions look like this and it just looks a little strange by itself.
cairnswk wrote:did somebody infest you with their barberous tongue today
Thanks. That's good. All is well.koontz1973 wrote:cairnswk wrote:did somebody infest you with their barberous tongue today
When I wrote what I was, so yes, a bad mood day. Must remember to not post when in a mood.
Sorry for that.
Better mood today....
... I love the way you are bringing in the metro map, but it might be nice to see some continuity between the two graphics wise. Same colours, textures, icons and what not. Am I correct in thinking that the metro map is only the Sydney territ on this one? Looking good but I am sure you can see the same defects I can so will not go over them now.
Is there any way you could squeeze the bottom a bit so your bonus legend can fit onto 3 lines? If you can, then it would (again) be nice to see the metro map style brought over.
Two questions for you. What font is the title as I love it?
and how did you get that sea detail. Might have to snatch that of you one day.
cairnswk wrote:What is the reason for making BM National Parks raised? None of the regions look like this and it just looks a little strange by itself.
Ah, because they are actually mountains that sit behind a 40 mile almost flat plain...that's why they're raised
Jamison Valley is raised in RL?
I don't know. I'm honestly asking. If you say so, I believe you. I just think it looks a little strange to seemingly have the continent raised about the rest of the map.
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