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The Island Nation of Praamador by SevenBridges The Island Nation of Praamador by SevenBridges
This map was created for my good friend Dan for his Pathfinder world Praamador. I am currently working on a follow-up map of a continent to the north of Praamador.

Much credit to Ramah for his Vaniya map that inspired this style and the mountain and hill brushes.
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MCsaurus Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011
Whoa. Nice map.

I have to show about my own fantasy kingdom map called Dauria.
[link]
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SevenBridges Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Thank you for the praise!
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MCsaurus Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011
Your welcome.
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Asurite Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011
Hello I like your map. I also like to make maps and I have a few questions on how you did this.
1. Did you use a filter to make the coast like and if so which one?
2. How did you make the trees, as in did you make them one at a time or did you use a certain type of brush.

Keep up the good work
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SevenBridges Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
The shorelines were made by selecting the land mass, select/modify/expand and smooth as appropriate, then stroking the outline and applying gaussian blur to achieve the desired degree of opacity and fuzziness. Each shoreline was done individually on a separate layer and was carefully calculated to imitate Ramah's Vaniya. If you Google Vaniya, you'll see the masterpiece that this map was modeled after, which happens to be the map that first inspired me to learn fantasy cartography.

The trees came from a neat tool that Ramah created called "Tree Thing". You can download it here: [link]
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Asurite Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011
Thanks man I'll try out the Tree Thing and the Vaniya map is really good.
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Asurite Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011
Sorry type in Question #1 "Did you use a filter to make the like THAT"
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