Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Upvoteanthology, Sep 20, 2017.
Well not anymore
Even when it 'was' is was an Island by virtue of being in the middle of fenland.
I always see this font on maps and I want to use it, but I don't know the name. Does anybody know?
By the way, It's even on this "little" WIP for Nightrise's Youkai Teikoku.
Yeah. I liked his California Republic maps. Sad that he had to go that way.
I have known despair and it is the North
When I started writing this wacky post-apocalyptic setting two years ago, I had never even been to Grande Prairie. Now I live here. This isn't a joke, I ride the #6 bus to work in Richmond Industrial Park every day and it's been hitting -40 for the last two weeks and the tallest building I've seen in 2018 has been 214 Place and a bottle of Jarritos costs $3.50 because the only place you can buy it is at the Farmers' Market and they get their stock from Edmonton. The Saddle Hills lie on the northern horizon, thirty kilometers distant, exactly tall enough to be barely visible. The Grande Prairie is bounded on every side. Along every sidewalk, the piles of snow are five feet tall. I had to walk home from work yesterday.
Also, enjoy the map, I guess!
I can't see the map.
The link works, however. And it's gorgeous.
Thank you, o wise one.
It's 13MB so the image embed might be a little fucky, hopefully everything works out
Anglo-Saxon Funfact #1234: eg/ig/ieg was used to refer to all island like objects such as a hill among the planes, a single copse of woodland among farms etc.
I never really got what this meant. Is it for other image editing programs? What is "04b03"'s look-alike in MS Paint?
You couldn't be more unhelpful if you tried.
Dude, I was just saying there is no look alike for the font! Why do u have to be so rude!?
You can download 04b03 here.
Redone in worlda. Apologies for the lazy borders.
This is... interesting.
I'm just gonna leave this here so that I know what don't to get.
Same. That font is ridiculously hard to read, to the extent that I can't even try. I honestly don't get why it's become so popular here.
Separate names with a comma.