I want(ed) to post short (and potentially frivolous) articles more often in December to get rid myself of longpost paralysis.
Here is a small map I made a little while ago - it is somewhat inspired by Vine Servant idea and RoseHammer (roses spreading over the world in catastrophic manner) as well as Dreaming Mars idea.
Doing maps made me think recently that more often maps seem to be drawn first with clear idea where everything is and coloured later, while, even if I know the layout beforehand, I prefer to get colours first and then discern out the landscape details out of them. First method had benefit in much more distinguished features (as it is difficult to paint ivory city over green plains post fact) but I view watercolours
as a creative collaborator and often the unburdened flow of colour brings good surprises.