As you probably didn't notice, I've translated most of the site into Spanish! The blog posts will all stay in English, though. (Translatin'em'd be way too much work! I mean, did you see that contraction?)
Today is going to focus on the final version of the map of my novel Knotstone's world (or at least the part that matters for the story), but we'll also be taking a look at the other maps I've made this week utilizing the new -- and amazing -- mapmaking program Wonderdraft (site and subreddit).
I've also added a page up there in the navigation where you can see a gallery of all the maps I've made since I got Wonderdraft!
Map of the Northeast in Knotstone
Here ya' go:
(Link to higher resolution image)
And no, I don't like the giant watermark either, but you gotta do what you gotta do to make sure your work doesn't get stolen (I put the largest watermark on this map since it concerns my novel).
This is by far my favorite map I've ever made and my favorite version of this map. It's definitely not perfect, but it's what I've got for now.
I'm not going to reveal anything from my story just yet besides this, but hopefully it can give you a good idea of the scale and world! What do you think?
The Other Maps
Here is a gallery of the other maps, like is featured on the Maps page, but unchanging and without the Knotstone map. (Click on the images to expand the gallery.)
The only ones of these I'm not super happy about are Fishhook Island and the Underwater City, the latter especially. But I do like all of them and I hope you do too!
More to Come
There will be more maps to come -- a lot, and soon!
I hope you enjoyed this post. Now I gotta do some hanging out with my cute little cousins! There won't be a post next Saturday 'cause it'll be Thanksgiving weekend. Thanks for reading! See you on Tuesday.
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