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Just prepared this map... Experimenting a bit with a bevel effect on the land, and I think it turned out quite ok. I should, though mute the colors a bit. As you can see, the data is from a raster/grid analysis, and I was just to lazy to generalize it to nice curves (it is tricky to do in Illustrator with maintained topology).
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Oh, I forgot it, here it is. I am new to this forum (registered today) and I was looking for a dialog in the interface where you upload/attach an image, but I didn't see that...

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