Texas should definitely show more rivers such as the Pecos, Colorado and Sabine rivers as well as a tonne more of inland lakes should be shown
Here, try using this quick convert for reference, you should also be able to spot the rivers in the Blue Marble using this as overlay, use it as refernce though not as sourceit was really difficult to fit any Texas map into this projection, so I couldn't draw any division or rivers/lakes
Sorry if it's a stupid question but what / where is the reference layer? I can't really wrap my head around how you use maps in a totally different projection as a source without a major amount of guesswork and eyeballing. I must be missing something because I tried doing it that way but it seems way more difficult/ time consuming than your post schedule implies. I think some screenshots of how you're doing this might be helpful for me.G-Projector can only convert full world maps in a known projection so it won't help you convert maps like these, you would need to draw it by hand using the reference layer
Blue Poland sure is interesting to see.
Thats funny, I have always really used blue for Poland as its quite common here but now that you mention I don't think I have ever seen any maps on here use it, for HEART I am mainly using my own scheme but of course everyone is free to colour the map however they would likeBlue Poland sure is interesting to see.
I'm doing states spontaneously, for example, I finished Baja California for no reason, tho I was planning to do middle states of Mexico :/Is your plan currently to finish the US or to finish Mexico first? Louisiana must've been hard
I doubt that there is any map like Google Maps with Robinson projection, so I'm just taking regular (Equirectangular) projection and trying to fit on this mapThat looks so painful, especially since its all squares and the offset is so small, if you know the projection of your source map here maybe that would help?