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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Today I worked on some antique maps.  This one began with an ink drawing of the world I made and scanned.  I then superimposed it over a photo of a piece of old, stained paper.

Here I started with a photograph of a 19th century map, desaturated it and added the vignette in Photoshop.  Softening these images and making them monochromatic enables them to be sold for background uses.
As long as I was at it, I decided to have a little fun and drew this pirate map onto a photo of worn paper.  The whole thing was done in Photoshop.

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