The populations seem really wildly off. Like no way Gnomeregan, Kharanos, or Grim Batol have over 100k inhabitants.
Love the maps and art, but not so sure about the cross icons for locations. It's pretty jarring and kinda ruins the immersion immediately. Why is a Christian symbol in the Warcraft universe? I think simple black dots would be fine, or small house symbols. Or even shrine symbols like two columns and a ^ shaped roof?
These are amazing! Thank you so much for taking the time to create and share :)
Spectacular maps! I'd love to see more continents of Azeroth completed with this amazing attention to detail. Kudos; truly quite a talented & patient artist!
This is sick , lots of time invested in it surely .
You forgot Desolace point... Forest Song ( still waiting for blizzard to make that into a city lol )... couple of night elf settlements.
What I want to know is where the population numbers are coming from. I'm not going to dispute them, because medieval society + magic makes them seem reasonable, and also explains how the species of Azeroth can continue to fight as much as they do without bleeding themselves dry.
Three mistakes on the Eastern Kingdoms map:* "Deathkneel" should be "Deathknell";* "to Valliance Keep" should be "to Valiance Keep";* the route to Orgrimmar should end at Grom'Gol, not Hardwrench Hideaway.
These are absolutely stunning!
You left out the fact that there is no way Gilneas currently has 500k-1M inhabitants. Quite sure that would make it a regularly visited city xD
So first, that dark iron dwarf is really cool, second, I love maps and those maps are really cool, but that Pepe art piece is awesome!
More artists to add to my follows :)Love the artwork :)
These are amazing. Makes me feel like Azeroth is an actual place on earth. Great work.
Love these - thanks for sharing!