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A quick gif of the process behind very zoomed out mountain ranges. If you're interested in the full map behind this, check it out here:
http://www.fantasticmaps.com/2012/02/shadowlands-revealed-at-last/

For the mountains here, I'm doing the following:

1. Lay in the footprint of the mountains as a dark area, with a messy grungy brush

2. Use an overlay layer (or layers) to lay in lighter edges on the light facing side of the range, and dark shadows on the far edge

3. Use a normal layer, and a very light small brush, to pick out the showy ridges in something close to white.
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Starting Skull & Shackles tonight!

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InKarnate is a pretty neat tool for making RPG maps.

http://inkarnate.com
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James Ojaste commented on a post on Blogger.
Have you thought about using the overall brightness/darkness of each face as your input, rather than the individual dots?  Assuming that each pip is the same size, each additional pip will reduce the overall light reflecting off the face.

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Whoa.

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"[S]imply being alone with their own thoughts for 15 minutes was apparently so aversive that it drove many participants to self-administer an electric shock that they had earlier said they would pay to avoid."

That is what I call a beautiful result.

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Incredible photo.  You have to wonder though, just how big is that frog?  #NASA
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