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Sergio Huykman

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Hello people (hola gente)

In 2001 I was commission to prepare two cheap sketches (black & white) with the view of the Andes from the Frías peak (South Patagonia). The client provided my for about 15 contiguous pictures and, of course, a dead line of 5 days.

The porpouse was to give the trekkers some basic recommendations to climb up the peak and a guide to recognize a few montains in the border line whit Chile.

Two documents represents de Frías peak with his climbing path, frias cerro 0.jpg (the basic pensil draw) and frias cerro 1.jpg (with some photoshop filters); The view with some explanations, frias panorama.jpg (almost 180º view to the Andes/Chile) and a location map frias west area.jpg. This las piece is part of my own and reacent map "Glaciares" (Glaciers).

The final flyer was performed and edited by the client.

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Very, very good!
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Sergio - Your drawings are excellent - especially the panorama.

The final map, I understand is a reference to the viewshed of the panorama, not a map you did.
I didn't know North was indicated with 'NO' instead of just plain 'N'. What are south, east, and west? (curiosity sake)

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Sergio - Your drawings are excellent - especially the panorama.

The final map, I understand is a reference to the viewshed of the panorama, not a map you did.
I didn't know North was indicated with 'NO' instead of just plain 'N'. What are south, east, and west? (curiosity sake)



Hy, the reference map is one of my own collection, I'm cartographer and a small publisher too. In the panorama:
S = South
SO = Southwest
O = West
NO = Northwet
N = North

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That is so nice!! I'd love to have that talent!! :)

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Very nice Sergio. Thanks for sharing. :)
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Very cool! I, too, love the panorama. :D
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