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florin

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Hello! I made this shaded relief for a printed atlas. It's just the base for a A3 physical map.

I used etopo2 as source and I worked with Manifold System, Illustrator and Photoshop.

Do you like it?


http://florinnastasa...-shaded-ref.jpg

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it s amazing



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Nice enough from a distance.....can you post a close-up detail view of part of it? Choose an area with varying terrain, such as India and Tibet, or the upper Nile.


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Like Charles said, very nice looking. The colors are very "school atlas classic", I like that. Would love to see a small piece in detail.


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Thank you for your comments. I did a a small piece in detail like you said. http://florinnastasa.wordpress.com/





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