Tag Archives: map making

A Map Comes Alive!

It’s map time! In case you haven’t guessed maps are one of my favorite topics. I dearly love writing—there’s no finer main course—but I love my map making dessert, too, because it provides the opportunity to explore my visually artistic … Continue reading

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Southwest Hartise

The Map Tour continues, a Map Tour that serves two functions. First, I’m celebrating my new website at christinaannehawthorne.com and, you guessed it, I’m hoping folks come by to take a look around. The site is both representative of me … Continue reading

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Southeast Hartise

The Map Tour is back! Why a tour? The Map Tour serves two functions. First, I’m celebrating my new website and, you guessed it, I’m hoping folks come by to take a look around. It’s probably a psychological thing, but … Continue reading

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Northeast Hartise

The map tour continues with Northeast Hartise. On my website I’ve added a new menu item (beneath Ontyre on the menu) called Ontyre Maps. I hope you’ll visit, examine the map (it’s BIG), take a look around, and maybe start … Continue reading

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Geography and Maps (part 1)

At the same time I started writing the history for my world building project I began work on an important visual aid: a map. Geography influences culture and people. Consider the differences between Miami (hot, humid, sea-level, borders the ocean) … Continue reading

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