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ZekSora

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Into the Firmament: Sol System, 2300 AD by ZekSora, visual art

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Artist // Hobbyist // Digital Art
  • Dec 28
  • United States
  • Deviant for 5 years
  • He / Him
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My Bio
I like making maps sometimes.

Tools of the Trade
Inkscape, Paintbrush, sometimes Gimp.

Commissions

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Basically, you pay me money, I make you a map! There are 3 basic types of commissions I offer, but I'm flexible; PM me with details and what you're willing to pay if you would like to commission a map and we can work something out. The three types are: WorldA/Pixel: ~$12 A basic pixel map, not necessarily of the whole world (or our world). One of these will cost roughly $12, depending on how much you want out of it. See my WorldA and Pixel gallery for more examples. Basic Vector: $20 A basic vector map of a country or region, featuring a few cities and rivers. Add-ons will cost extra, depending on how large the add-on you want is. Qualit
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Are you still mapping? I miss seeing your work
Can you recommend any map making software? My current labtop is pretty bad and I don’t have enough money for new one right now so I can’t use photoshop or pixlr. Any recommendations?
I recommend Inkscape! It's a great (and free) vector program that's pretty similar to Adobe Illustrator. Or, if you're going for something a bit more pixel-oriented, I'd go with GIMP, which is kinda-sorta the free version of Photoshop. 
Thank you for the watch, and wow, amazing maps here ! :)