Create a bespoke, hand drawn map with personalised elements.

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What you get with this Hourlie

Looking for a high quality, bespoke map that will make you stand out from the crowd and add that little touch of something different? Perhaps you need a map for your website and you want it to look more unique than everybody else's...because let's be honest, generic maps can be a little boring!
If you want an illustrated map that's fun, engaging or just a little bit different, then my hourlie is for you.

What you get with this Hourlie:

-1 Hand drawn, hand coloured map of the area of your choice with 1 route. Depending on what use you require, your map can be created for printing purposes, or screen use - just let me know and I'll do the magic :)
-Up to 6 Hand drawn elements of your choice - People, landmarks, stations, buildings, natural wonders.
-Relevant information regarding routes, road names, building numbers, map titles etc.
-3 revisions on preliminary sketches before final colouring - ie; moving hand drawn elements around, adding a road or tweaks distances, info and titles.
-Finalised design is provided in PDF format, High Res JPEG in appropriate colour format for use.
- If requested, I will also include the personalized elements in isolated PNG format should you want to use them throughout your business.

Just make sure you drop me a message before buying my Hourlie so that we can discuss what you need in detail :)

What the Seller needs to start the work

-A description of what you want in your map, what style you would like it to be, what angle you want it from ie: satellite, flat style, quirky etc.
-How many hand drawn elements you're looking for ie: buildings, landmarks, mountains. If you want to feature in the map yourself, please provide a photo for reference!
-The required area you want made into a map fora point of reference. If you have a google maps shot of the area, this would be really helpful too.

***NOTE ***Please make it extremely clear if you are the one making the decisions on this design process or if you are 'designing by committee'. I prefer to work one on one, as communication is clearer, and the project will stay within scope. If there is more than one person involved in the decision making process, please understand that this often means extra work for me, the designer, and not being upfront about it when starting can result in a project going on longer than the Hourlie covers.