Telvannia wrote:i dont know what to do about Muspelheim though, it is the land of fire giants what can i add to it apart from fire?
Telvannia wrote:Does anyone know have to draw a realistic river?
my river always seem to look unrealistic in shape. For example the one in my complete picture in Midgard.
I think i will leave Muspelheim for awhile.
gimil wrote:what brush did you use for the trees?
was it a photoshop defult?
DiM wrote:is this one ok?
here's how i did it.
1. make a blue background.
2. on layer 2 come with a green brush and do the land
3. then using various sizes of eraser cut a path in the land and the blue background will be visible.
4. add inner bevel to land
5. using dodge and burn on the 2 layers create shades to represent the waves and to make different shades on the land
6. using stamp tool make the fuzzy beginning of the river to represent the spring.
KEYOGI wrote:Guys, take it to PM.
KEYOGI wrote:DiM, you're not talking about development of the map, you're sharing graphic tips and advice. This is something I do on a regular basis with other cartographers, but do you see me clogging up people's threads with this sort of discussion? No. Because it's not appropriate. Andy said as much in the Feudal Wars thread and I've said so many times myself. This sort of discussion should take place via PM, email, instant messaging, etc. Just keep it out of map threads.
Coleman wrote:Not sure I like all the dots in the lake.
Telvannia wrote:i played around with part of the river a bit to make it look a bit more realistic, you probably wont have everything i have but into my bit of river because that would look weird, but try spreading out the things i used.
I dont know if you like it though.
Telvannia wrote:I will see what i can do, see if i can get this river to look near perfect then i can move on to other bits, by the way, is the river slightly big?
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