This map really stood out amongst those featured at the guild, and I love what I can see of the style - but if you'll forgive me for saying (and assuming dA isn't simply hiding the link from me), I'd have liked to see more detail. Understandable if you can only post a lower-res preview as part of the brief, of course.
I've kept the upload of this small on here as it was done as a commission. I posted a larger version over on the Cartographer's Guild forum (still only 50% size of original but about twice as big as this one). So if you're really interested you might like to head on over there and do a search for it.
It does actually kinda bother me but if you are ok with it I'll leave it for now. I seriously doubt anyone ever buys these kind of prints but it is the principle that bothers me. I wish there was just a "Remove Print" option but zzzzzz. Anyway, cheers.
Hey Keith, glad to see you on here. I was hoping you would stumble across this.
I do feel I ought to explain though, my noobness on this site made me put up my first images incorrectly and so consequently this is open for purchasing as a print which I did not intend. I have searched and searched but I cannot see a way to remove this without perhaps deleting the image and re-uploading correctly, which seems a shame to lose comments and how does it affect the people who have faved it or the features it's been linked with?
Has anybody who is reading this any idea how to remove the print option?
Amazing! I didn't look to see the name and when I saw the larger image of the map, I was befuddled on how technical excellence such as this could evolve in a vacuum. You continue to inspire Ramah. Check back on cartographer's guild for my latest homage to your original masterpiece.