Working on a map for a Biodiversity firm where different areas of the province (foothills, grasslands, etc) could be highlighted and focused on. Still lots of detailing to go. :|
almost 2 years ago
The details are looking really nice to me. Are you doing this with Illy?
The zoomed area makes me think there's going to be a LOT of detail in the other highlighted areas, improving even more the overall look.
It's also very strategy game style, another reason why I like it :D
@Alden - all in Photoshop
@Nicola - thanks! There're definitely a lot more details to come! :)
This is coming along awesome, is this an actual terrain view from a specific location or just generic?
@Cortny - thanks! It's based on actual terrain, though obviously simplified quite a bit and removing cities and human impact. I used two maps for reference - one that shows rivers and the like, and another that breaks down the province into the natural regions. http://tinyurl.com/ljcxsb and http://tinyurl.com/3jpg6qz Currently the map is focusing on the parkland region...
Thank you for sharing, it's always cool to see the source material used for things such as this. Speaks a lot for your skills when seeing those two reference pieces hahaha.
that looks awesome!
Making terrain sexy.
@Conor - ha ha, thanks! I guess I meant I have to do more features and stuff. I've barely touched the Rocky mountain ridge that is going along the bottom. ;)
I'd love to see this thing full sized. Very cool.
by Jared MacPherson
Still working on the illustrations for this report. A few more landscapes and a few more isometric maps to go.
almost 2 years ago
NICE, its amazing the thing we can do with photoshop :) , i hope to someday achieve that :P haha congrats
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