Well OGF is always changing and territories change hands, nations fall and rise as new mappers weave, enter and leave the site at will. It’s not about creating a new map but more about that OGF will always be an amalgamation of new and old mapping with some being a stable of their continent while territories around them change at will. Since it’s a collaborative project I don’t think there’s a need to get a new map, plus there are many territories around OGF yet to be mapped.
Well it depends on where in Europe you want to portray, in the UK they range from neat lines at equal lengths apart or curvy estates which have weaving streets and gardens etc.
In the Netherlands they have some unique designs.
Some Eastern European ones work more with straight lines, like this.
So it all kind of depends on which type of suburbs you’re looking for
Hope this helps
I mean Eastern*
hmm, I’m not sure about that, although not canon, many countries in the strait of Lyc may not receive as many natural disasters due to discussions based on ocean currents and tectonics on the old wiki.
It would be more likely for tropical storms to curve around the western side of Antarephia alongside any tectonic plate boundaries.
Hope this helps,
Here’s some instructions on how to make a national park
alternatively you can create a relation
1. create a closed area of where you want your national park to be
2. create a relation and define the closed area as outer within the relation
3. add the following tags to the relation:
name=(name of park)
Hope this helps!
I’ve had a look at your island and it looks nice, although the scale is a bit off. I’d suggest downgrading the place node to a village due to size of it unless you plan on making the island bigger. Also the mainland tunnel is over 18km long which seems unnecessary for an island which could substitute it for a less expensive ferry route.
So overall I’d suggest to try and get inspiration from real life island towns and villages, I see that you are inspiring names by Japan so you can look there. The runway is a little short for international travel, usually they need around 1.8-2.4km long at sea level. I’d also suggest resizing the roads as they are only around 10m apart while the average distance between roads is 70m