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Blank Fictional Country Map by Skybase Blank Fictional Country Map by Skybase
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Alright, let me explain.

This is a computer generated continental map of some fictional / fractal place that totally does not exist. It's fictional. It's totally made up by random variants and random factors which generate what you see.

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So what is this thing?

Here's your answer:

The point of this thing is so you guys can fill in the blanks with names of places / things (whatever) and have fun with it. That's all.

Play risk? Sure, you probably can. Play other games? Make games? You totally can with this thing just by being a little bit creative.

Or you can be creative with it by planning your story based on the continents. Sure, you can totally make up countries and make a little path following the character's trail on his or her journey to find something. It's all up to you.

You have the freedom. I'm not going to yell at your for reusing it somewhere as long as you give me the credit back to me. (Just don't sell it.) Refer to Creative Commons license below for details.

Show me what you made!
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Credit my by doing this. Give me a link to: http://skybase.deviantart.com/

Or you can make an icon like this :iconskybase: (you type :iconskybase : <--- without the space)
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TheQueenOfEmber Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014
I'm proably gonna sound dumb when I say this but how do you use something?
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norseman58 Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2012
so it's ok to use this map?
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Nova-Genesis Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2008   Interface Designer
Great use of fractals to represent real-world situations. ;) What program(s) did you use?
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Skybase Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
It's made using FilterForge :D
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abcdefghijef Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008
umh,, i see some nations here ^^ and also 2 others ^^ maybe it samples the real map as in algorithm? ^^
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Skybase Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
ah you thought lol the answer is no. It doesn't sample from anything. ;) Fractals indeed start looking like real things, just as this demonstrates.
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abcdefghijef Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2008
ooh,, so it's 100% pure fractal?
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Skybase Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
yes :p
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foxwell Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
HEY. I LIKE THE SECOND ONE BETTER. It has prettier colors. :>

these are neat though. man, i wanna play risk now.
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djinni-- Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008
Nifty idea. Fractals, I'm guessing?
I would be interested in basing a story around a map, kinda, but most of the stories floating around in my head exist in a "2-3 countries" world. The lower left of this map intrigues me though. *scratches chin thoughtfully*
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