Drawing simple objects for a map / creating map brushes like trees and mountains
- Status: Closed
- Prize: €10
- Entries Received: 18
- Winner: Darknesq
I am creating a world war 2 board game and to draw maps for it I need some photoshop brushes (basically an image that is saved in photoshop as a brush). I pay 10€ per brush and I intend to buy more than one brush. So feel free to add as many as you like to this contest. If a brush is an easy object, such as a square or simple lines for water, please add more than one to your proposal.
Since these brushes are used to draw maps for a world war 2 scenarios and the maps itself look like historical paper that could have been drawn on the battlefield itself, I need non color, non complicated objects. Best brushes I have seen so far use less solid black/grey areas but more lines so that the map paper can shine through the objects. I have added 2 maps to show what I mean. I like the „Less Solid Brushes“ version more (but not the houses on it, they look to much like symbols).
Everything you see on these maps I need, from the lines in the water to the houses. Here is a list, but feel free to add more ideas:
Trees, houses, hills, mountains, gras, coastlines, waterlines, streets, bridges, rectangular boxes for game numbers, small stones for background, etc.
I am willing to buy more than one object and even to buy more than one tree or one mountain in order to have variety on my maps. So add as many proposals as you like.
I also added an empty map so that you can put your brushes on them to show me an working example in your proposal. Remember that each object will be placed later in cluster meaning that a tree almost never stands alone.
Each brush I buy here gives me the exclusive rights to use them commercially.
PS: Here are some map brush examples: [login to view URL]
Or just google images for "map brush"