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Here is a map I started working on; far from finished, but here it is so far.

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very cool, with lots of artistic flair!

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Wow... very nice!
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what program do you use or is this free hand.

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Actually, it is freehand, meaning I did it from my head, but I used the software called Artrage 2, which is a good and also cheap package to get started with. I use a wacom 6x8 tablet, which is priceless to me in much the same way as the One Ring was to Gollum. I usually caress it, whispering "My Precious" until my wife smacks me upside the head. At any rate, I have mainly switched over to photoshop. I got Photoshop CS2 on ebay at a good price, and it can do so much. I have only scratched the surface of what it can do. I think I will import this pic into photoshop and give it a make over.

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