Posted By: jmabbottI'm liking what I'm seeing. As there are a lot of newbies here, myself included, would you mind sharing some of your process?
Posted By: RalfLovely map and great use of the Cities of Schley style.One thing that I wonder about when I see the layout: Why two bridges over the same river? Building a stone bridge is a pretty hefty investment and not done lightly. It would be more natural to build the second bridge over the small tributary, making it quite a bit cheaper. If the town is large and rich enough to support more bridges across the river, they would probably be further apart.Not saying this layout is not possible (it absolutely is), but it provokes some questions why it is this way.
I'm between major projects today so found a bit of time to work on this map again. Still lots to do on it but it's coming along...slowly.
Looking great. Starting to look much more like a map now that those big open areas are getting filled in. Looks like a lovely place to live.
I like the suburbs, vineyards and orchards to the south but lets not over fill things here. One major estate in the north-east section should do it, but fenced pastures for livestock would be preferable to crops (horses mainly, some sheep, maybe a few cattle). A large manor house for a high ranking local figure would be nice but there should be a barn for feed and equipment and maybe a stable to shelter the more valuable animals (and staff). Something more bucolic than functional.