Sunday, January 29, 2012

Some More Maps: The Surrounding Wilderness

Finishing up step one from "Six Steps to Starting a Small Campaign," mapping out the surrounding area. Here's a map of the immediate vicinity of Fairbrook:


And a map of a slightly larger area:


I actually made the map of the larger area first, then cropped and zoomed to make the more localized view. But I expect the more localized view is the one that will get the most use at first, and I'll stick to fleshing out some details on that one initially.

10 comments:

  1. That is a great looking map - what program did you use to make it?

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    1. Thanks Shelldrake: I used "Microsoft Picture It 9"

      Sorry for the incredibly (year-late) response to this. For some reason blogger put your comment into spam, and I only just now notices as I was doing some cleaning. My apologies for that!

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  2. Maps look great. I think I am going to redo that article thanks to you.

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  3. Great trees. Tim just posted about trees.

    Sounds like you had a great weekend. The one you commented on for my blog, those are my favorite kinds of weekends.

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  4. Again great looking maps. What program are you using to draw them?

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  5. Very interesting entry.
    Congratulations

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  6. Thanks everybody. I appreciate the encouragement!

    Tim: It really is a great article.

    Dan: Just using "Microsoft Picture It! Photo Premium 9" which came with my computer. The woods, hills, and marsh were made from images I found online and copy-pasted in. The rest was done with the "insert line/insert shape" functions of the program itself.

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  7. Great maps, looks like an interesting place!

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