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Chapter 14. Working with Maps

Chapter 14. Working with Maps

Maps make your scene look real. By introducing texture and pattern, maps put grain in wood, rust on metal, streaks in paint, and frost on glass. They paint a blush on rosy cheeks and draw cracks on a concrete side-walk. To set the stage, maps put stars in the sky, reflect the moon in the water, and place a scene in India or Spain (Figure 14.1).

Figure 14.1. The Taj Mahal is mapped with scanned photographs.



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