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North America - Anglo-Iberia by Neethis North America - Anglo-Iberia by Neethis
Yo all, finally I present to you the map of North America, of my Anglo-Iberian timeline.

If you know my previous work, you will of course recognise the new style - all thanks go to :iconsapiento: for his fantastic map-making guide at: [link] :D

My apologies for how long it's taken me to get this finished, but dividing up continents takes a while sometimes :) Now I've finished this, I should be progressing on a little faster with other parts of the world and timeline.

Any and all questions and comments are welcome, as always.
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spartan1273 Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2012
Oh great. I'm stuck with either the French or the Canadians.
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Muzik-Maniac Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2011
Wow, the detail is great, and what you did with the borders is awesome! The texturing really makes it stand out, I'm jealous lol, amazing Job! Is there a chance for a Cascadian-Oregonian federation? Otherwise I'd have to cross the border to visit family lol xD
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Neethis Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2011
Thanks! Strangely I fell out of love with this texture style in favour of a more wiki-like style of map, myself :P lol. As for Cascadia-Oregon, who knows? ;) They're both relatively small nations in a sea of larger players, and both would certainly benefit from a merger...
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Muzik-Maniac Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2011
No problem. Really? I would kill to be able to texture my maps like this, but i only have apple works to use, so mine probably wont go much farther than what they're at xP. I have a question, what do you base your borders off of? I personally always have trouble drawing borders at a whim if i don't have any potential historical or physical features to work off of. (I'm very picky about how countries are shaped sadly, call it weird if you want lol xD)
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Neethis Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2011
Thanks :D I usually find base maps of the respective time period I'm working on, and trace over them :) I use a program called GIMP, it's free but I'm not sure if its avaliable on mac...
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Muzik-Maniac Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2011
No problem; ahh i see, thanks for explaining :)
Hopefully I'll find something eventually lol
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soolumy Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2009
Wow, cool map man, a new approach to north America i see, uhhh but is not the little boot like island of the cost of south America part of the Caribbean, i believe the island is called "Trinidad" or something, correct me if i am wrong, but other wise man, insane idea :clap:
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Neethis Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2009
Thanks for the comment and compliments :D

Indeed, Trinidad is part of the Caribbean. That it wasn't included here is unfortunately down to my own laziness :XD: this map took me ages, working with the style besides the history, and I didn't spend as much time as I should have doing the final polishing. I hope that doesn't diminish the final product too much :D
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AngelBlue01 Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2009
Probably the most beautiful-looking of your maps, even though I don't like getting my state (Illinois) absorbed into Virginia :)

Virginia is called "mother of states" because its claims were so wide. I see the mother never let her children go ;)
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Neethis Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2009
Thanks, new technique learned thanks to :iconsapiento:'s map guide :D
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