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The Ancient World of Aliron by SevenBridges The Ancient World of Aliron by SevenBridges
This was a map done using Fractal Terrains Pro and Photoshop. Many great projects available from FTP. Feel free to use it for your own, non-commercial purposes.
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:iconralokone:
this is pretty much exactly the style of map I want for my current map project

do you take commissions or excessively complex requests
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SevenBridges Jan 10, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Often I find myself doing maps to others specification as that is so much less onerous than having to squeeze another world out of my imagination, plus my Pathfinder group has many GM's, each with their own worlds to map.

I'll be happy to consider a commission and will send a pm with my email.
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:iconcircuitdruid:
this has what most of the maps in the cartography seem to lack, ant that's good presentation. A nice map looks massively better with a good frame around it :heart:
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SevenBridges Jan 10, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Thanks for the praise!
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iialau Jan 6, 2011  Student
do you do map commissions? OuO
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SevenBridges Jan 10, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Yes I do. I will send a pm with my email.
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iialau Jan 10, 2011  Student
oh i just wanted to know your prices, that's all. (i'm gonna save up)
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SevenBridges Jan 10, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
The variables are endless of course, but something like this that is simple and takes about twenty hours to create would go for a hundred bucks on commission. I don't do a lot of paid work because I'm usually focused on challenges at cartographersguild.com or doing projects for my friends. I really enjoy the craft, otherwise I couldn't possibly ask for a price that would make mapping worth my while. When a monster project like Siete Torres takes over a hundred hours, how do you put a price on that? Thanks for the inquiry.
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