AndyDufresne wrote:But the first (and random) thought that came to my mind that going realistic for mountains and forests may not be the way to go for this map. Stylized icons may just look better in the long run.
koontz1973 wrote:Sorry Andy, missed your post, can you point me towards anything you might like to see.
As for he floating mountain problem, I always seem to have this (since the first map that is), any ideas on how to fix it anyone?
But here is a test copy to see how you lot like it.
koontz1973 wrote:Country names in legend need to go to the same colour as country.
Jatekos wrote:I like the names of the 3 zones of Hungary much better now.
-Will you also add the texture to the coloured zones of the legend? I think that their colour would better match with the main map then.
- Now that you changed the background colour of the text boxes of the legend, the white solder and cannon shapes became more apparent and they look a bit odd. I see the dark ornaments in the background as well these white shapes. The dark ornamental shapes go well with the tone and names while the white shapes make these boxes too crowded and the white colour does not seem to fit there either.
I think you could try to play with the placement of these shapes or may even remove them from the legend, or try to add them somewhere on the main map. Changing their colour and their placement may also help. At least, the soldier on the left-hand side of the Shattered land bonus box and all 3 white shapes of the box that contain the impassables should be removed in my opinion.
- One more thing: The bands of the Hungarian flag are too straight. How about adding a waving flag effect?
- Also, would it be possible to update the shape of Lake Balaton to be more relalistic? It has a unique and emblematic shape that many people (foreigners also) can quickly recognize, and the shape of the lake on the map is not really like that.
http://maps.google.hu/maps?hl=hu&client ... CD0Q8gEwAA
Oneyed wrote:your story is still bullshit. the sample how much Hungarians look at the right to independence of another nations.
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