I have just downloaded the new Ferraris style map tools by Sue Daniels for Campaign Cartographer this allows the user to create imaginary and also real maps in the style of Joseph De Ferraris you need to have Campaign Cartographer CC3+ which is £29.95 from Profantasy.com and also need to subscribe to this years Cartographers Annual for £27.95 it may be of interest to some of you
Rob mentioned this awhile back and I’ve been meaning to follow up. How hard is it to learn? Also, do you know who holds the rights to a map created with it? If I could use it to create s commercial product it would be of great interest.
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hi Zach , anything you create from the campaign cartographer you own the rights to , you don't own the symbols used but you can sell you work as you created the picture as a whole , as to the learning curve it is quite steep and is what i use to create the maps you have seen on FB. There is also loads of addons and if you get everything they do it can be very expensive , i have everything and bought it many years ago and have continued to keep it up to date , by the way i run it on my mac using crossover but it is a native windows program
by the way all my maps are now available on my patreon site
its like all these programs it has a steep learning curve initially but there is a very informed training pdf included with the package. Any maps created by the software should be under your own rights as its just a drawing package at the end of the day. it would be like Adobe Photoshop claiming ownership of your photos because you used photoshop to edit the photographs