The Botswana-Namibia-Angola border is cursedI was apprehensive about posting an update without anybody else replying first, but it's been a few days.View attachment 586215
The massive Newfoundland is inspired by the 2016-2017 TL The Fallen Madonna with the Big Boobies, and Canada's alternate prairie provinces are based on an OTL plan by Sir Rodmond Roblin, Premier of Manitoba from 1900 to 1915.
@FancyHat said god-awful kids movies, so probably not considering that it seems pretty good from what I've seen of it.Avatar: The Last Airbender?
Great style! My only advice would be to perhaps make the sea less colorful. It looks like you're using an older style for your map, older maps oftentimes only used very little or no ink to color water, as ink is expensive and pretty much unnecessary. Perhaps a ripple-like effect like on this map would look pretty cool on your map too.JPEG'd snippet of my work-in-progress ATL map, picked it back up after taking a break for a while.
It certainly looks beautiful! I don't think you need to do anything to make it look less "lifeless" since there isn't any life there to begin with (haha). But seriously, it looks very good already.Hi, well, I'm making a diagram of the Solar System (yes, one more of these, I know) showing all the worlds considered planets under the geophysical definition, and I wanted to show the little I did so far and wanted to ask you guys about three things: do you guys think the scale of the bodies I'm using is adequate? What information will be useful to include in the worlds descriptions in addition to what I have provided? And, any tips to make the planets' textures in pixel art less "lifeless"?
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Not exactly, it is the "Ammonia Clouds" from Sudarsky's classification of gas giants, I'm looking to do something more specific regarding classifications (similar to what exists on the Space Engine), some terms will be "invented" (personally I would classify the Earth as a "Telluric Multi-Biosphere" for example)Is "ammonic gaseous" a term you invented?
Add iregularity and if you wish to, more colours, irregularity is what makes things feel organic and alive at some point in their existence, or, if you want a more neutral term, dynamic.And by "lifeless" pixel art, I'm referring to some way of imitating the atmospheric fluids without being a straight line.