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While seconding Scott's "There's no magic button," what I did when I had to create city and country maps was to find an actual paper map, scan it, and trace it in Illustrator. That gave me a good realistic grid. From there I could simplify the map, pretty it up, tweak streets, add icons, etc. If you want the hand-drawn look, buy the paper map and use ...


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These are all hand drawn/painted. You won't really find many tutorials on how to draw something as specific as a map. Just look for general drawing tutorials. It's honestly just a matter of picking up a pencil and start drawing it. There are no magic buttons or tutorials to draw something for you.


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You could. However there are a few corner cases I want to ensure that you understood first. The CAD route Nearly all modern goods have been designed in a CAD application, most likely the graphics you see originated in some form from one of these CAD applications that were then cleaned up in illustrator. This would ensure vector art like in the PDF. And the ...


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It depends from country laws, but in general the transfer of any right must be written in the contract, to be valid. If he had explicitly signed to transfer rights of produce copies or reproductions perform or display the work publicly transmit or display he can't copy and show his works, also on the Web. Otherwise he can use them, even if were paid. ...


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Look for/post at job boards and online portfolios, make inquiries with the ones you prefer. http://forum.deviantart.com/jobs/offers/ There are also "digital webbing" and "penciljack", but I can't post the link as I have to register here and build a reputation to post more than 1 URL. On these you'll probably find more artists in the "American" style ...


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Start by going to your local comic book shop. Many local comic book stores have artists come in regularly for signing and sketches. A lot of employees might also moonlight as illustrators. They may not be Manga but they might be able to do it or know someone that does. If you already have an artist in mind, drop them an email or twitter. Say you want to ...


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how would one go about it? Pretty much like you'd hire any professional. Ask around. Get recommendations. Look at previous work. Interview, etc. any costs associated with it? Again like any professional, you'd ask for an estimate. They'd provide that to you. And what are the publication costs, in such an endeavor? From free (self publish ...



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