pamoa wrote:MrBenn wrote:Consider adding some colour to the legend (ie red/green/blue) to distinguish the different armies.
I'll try but I'm not a big fan of Christmas tree legend box...tlane wrote:I dont know if anyone has said this, but could you make the text on the top at least one size bigger
if I make it bigger it would too long and would need to add more lines which is impossible
but if you consider this is the small map (there will be a bigger one) and this id only contextual informations that are not vital for gameplay
I think I can leave it as it is
but thanks for asking
If you're using Photoshop, you could rasterize (CS) or simplify (elements) the text layer so that you can scale it and only increase the size in directions where there's actually room. This may have the same effect as increasing the font size without requiring you to wrap to the next layer. You could also then make sure there is no extra space on the sides, though it will probably not have too much effect there. You do have some extra room to the left of the type to fill, so maybe you can pull off the difference this way.
On the other hand, there isn't much space to move it into, so this might not work. good luck.
I'll not comment further, as I know photoshop a lot better than cartography, and even for what little i do know, I don't play scenario maps. just my preference. Graphically, this looks nice. I like the way it looks like a battle plan.