|The eastern extension of Baffin island, which comprises no more than isolated villages. Like|
most of these maps, this will look much more familiar when the coast line is added.
|This is the Denmark Strait between the east coast of Greenland and Iceland. That's Iceland on the|
right. The orange line is the 30th parallel west, and the remaining bits are the east coast of
Greenland. Nearly all the way around.
|And this is the coast of Norway above Tromso, with part of Sweden to boot. This part HAS been|
made, and what a difference. I remember how nasty was that coastline when I drew it - and then again
when I upgraded this map.
Going all the way around the world, then, that's 18 maps in the B-Ring. The C-Ring will have 24. Which is to say I haven't hardly begun to add maps ... but most of the ones above did not take much time, just plotting the few occupied hexes on a big empty nothing. The coastlines for those will take MUCH longer.
Remember that these are pretty big maps - 600 miles by 700. Yet it takes many dozens to even map the upper part of the globe. Thankfully, much of the globe is covered by empty ocean, which does not require detailed coastlines or even islands. The B-Ring is, I think, the only one where all the way around the globe there are no sea-only maps.
But of course I'll have to see.