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Hello,
It's a long time I havent posted anything. Just a matter of having enough work....
But, today I have a break, so... Let me post some maps of the last year work...
This first one is a 3D view of Anibal's trail to Rome published in Historia National Geographic.
I hope you like it.
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Fernando J Sanchez Menéndez
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Excellent work! Looks like a fun project, too.
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thank you dave.
It was fun, yes, but as I always tell here, the short times to make these maps so they can be published ( just 2 or three days) make them less perfect as i would like them to be. But this is part of our job .. ;-)

Excellent work! Looks like a fun project, too.



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...the short times to make these maps so they can be published ( just 2 or three days) make them less perfect as i would like them to be. But this is part of our job .. ;-)

That's the fun part!

Really inspiring to see others making a product like this with such a quick turn around. Makes me miss my old job, haha.

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Which was your old job? Because this sometimes is stressing...

...the short times to make these maps so they can be published ( just 2 or three days) make them less perfect as i would like them to be. But this is part of our job .. ;-)

That's the fun part!

Really inspiring to see others making a product like this with such a quick turn around. Makes me miss my old job, haha.


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Fernando,

Nice work. 2 day turnaround. Not a lot of time! But that is one the desadvantage of being in the cartographic services industry.

I like the font used for the title... was is it? (if you can share).
The only comment would be on the white text. It can be hard to read in some places.

Thanks for sharing such a nice map.

Tenga un día agradable,

Jacques Gélinas
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www.cartesgeo.ca


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I dont know what font this is because the titles, illustrations etc are composed by the NG art director. Ussually I just make the map
And its elements (texts, content...). Then he just compose the page.
But I can ask him about it.
The fonts in map are wessex and vectora


Fernando,

Nice work. 2 day turnaround. Not a lot of time! But that is one the desadvantage of being in the cartographic services industry.

I like the font used for the title... was is it? (if you can share).
The only comment would be on the white text. It can be hard to read in some places.

Thanks for sharing such a nice map.

Tenga un día agradable,






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