Hey, I dunno if you still read such comments as you get, but I absolutely love this piece. I actually hand-cleaned a roughly 2k x 1k version of the finished product to use in a city map for my D&D campaign (entirely private) where it stands for a late medieval/early renaissance equivalent of Venice's Arsenale. Your other pieces up here are also good, but this is a five-star bit of architectural design. I wish you still kept making and posting these, but since I recently starting teaching myself Sketchup, well, I get it.
Thanks all the same, and I hope you don't mind me using your medieval docklands in my private game maps and illustrations.
Just FYI: According to his page, Daniel passed from brain cancer in 2017. I don't know if anybody from his family is here, but a few people still seem to find his maps every week, and some of us would be happy to pay into a memorial fund. It may not amount to much, but his maps were of a quality so high that they demand recognition.
All the best to Daniel's friends and family. I never met him, but he had a genuine talent and his work will, I think, inspire people as long as people play tabletop RPGs.
I'm very sorry to hear this man passed from cancer--even though it was years ago, I want to say that his work is still making people stop and say "Hot damn...!" I discovered his maps today, and they're incredible. So, my sincere condolences to his loved ones. I hope you appreciate that people out here in the wilds of the internet still admire and love his work, and likely will for as long as people play RPGs. Scant comfort, I know, but I hope it's not no comfort at all.