|3 Jan 2001|| Ruth E Frasur|
I love maps...and the tea stained paper is a great touch. Have you done any on canvas, perhaps...with color? Oliver E. Gross
replies: "Thanks, I haven't had a chance to work with canvas very much, just in that ninth grade art course but they made me draw flowers and stuff..."
|27 Feb 2002|| Makoto Ito|
I like your sence.
But straight road looks not so fantasy taste.... Oliver E. Gross
replies: "Yeah I see what you mean, I'll experiment with my next map "
|26 Jun 2002|| Lady Celest|
I don't see an ink blot...
|25 Jul 2003|| Megan the moonlitdemon|
Very nice. I have to say that I love the lettering on the map.
|18 Nov 2003|| Morgan L. Black|
I've never seen elfwood people do maps, but it's a great idea and you created them well. So you've read dune? Is the series any good? I've only read a little bit of Dune after seeing the movies. Oliver E. Gross
replies: "The books are MUCH better than the movies. In fact, there's barely a comparison."
|24 Feb 2004|| Anonymous|
I meant to write more than that. You stink if you don't think this is the coolest map ever. You r so talented!
|20 May 2006|| Gully Dwarves Rule|
******I do agree the roads shouldn't be quite so straight. The details are beautiful. I feel like that I would know what to expect when I got there after looking at this map.******
|23 Sep 2009|| Antonio Francesco Aiello|
This is really good, only I have to agree that the roads are too straigght. So are the borders. In that kind of age, the borders would follow natural guidelines, like rivers, mountains or forests. Especially Elven borders...