koontz1973 wrote:Second place goes to CJ Lues who only lost by 4 points.
koontz1973 wrote:Here are the maps, graphics produced by CJ. Thanks for that, makes my life a lot easier.
RjBeals wrote:Nice wooden fence from CJ - probably a little more realistic to the map, rather than a stone/cement wall.
betiko wrote:Yes, don t know about you guys but for me this week was the hardest.... A bit disappointed to see that I m second out of 3, therefore the only one to get a single medal out of the correct answers! But thanks koontz for all your events, you worked your ass out to keep up such a pace!
dakky21 wrote:betiko wrote:Yes, don t know about you guys but for me this week was the hardest.... A bit disappointed to see that I m second out of 3, therefore the only one to get a single medal out of the correct answers! But thanks koontz for all your events, you worked your ass out to keep up such a pace!
I waited to 17:59:59 my time (Koontz deadline for the Last One contest) to submit the list of maps. I found them few days earlier, but as Koontz said, the first answer was in 4-5 days ago, so for two medals it had to be sent 1 second before the deadline
betiko wrote:I Will try to but unfortunately have no photo editing skills and 0 mapmaker experience..
dakky21 wrote:betiko wrote:I Will try to but unfortunately have no photo editing skills and 0 mapmaker experience..
That is no excuse I fall into your category too, but did some awesome work by now and learning Photo editing software is cool!
pamoa wrote:then make sure everyone knows it
by editing first post and title
putting the parameters first and loud
and making sure everyone it is now a mapmaking competition
not some side stuff to win medals
it is not clear what mapmaker should do
macbone wrote:I'm looking forward to seeing these maps, but if we don't get a workable one, is it possible to commission a mapmaker to make it using the parameters decided in the polls? I have very little ability in map design, and I don't know who all is working on maps, but I for one would like to see the winning map have the appeal of a Pelopponesian war or a Stalingrad (not similar gameplay, of course, but with the potential to achieve the same level of popularity).
jonofperu wrote:I'm working on a map, but I'm wondering if we could make it a truly collaborative effort and recruit a team of artists to polish the final product? Hand out some GA or GC medals? I have fun with Photoshop and get lots of map ideas, but when it comes down to drawing a Dragon or an orc, I'm out of my league...
macbone wrote:Koontz, it'd be cool if some of the maps that don't win also go through the Foundry. It was fun for the community to participate in this map-making, and I hope we see more of these in the future. =)
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