Watercolor in the Wild

One of the most common enquiries we’re reading about Watercolor maps is about how to make prints. Given such demand, we’re thinking about a new tool to help you select an print an area of a map. Stay tuned for news about that.

I answered a bug report from Michael in Switzerland, who’d found the “underwater” bug in an area of the map he wanted to use on a poster about OpenStreetMap for a conference called GEOSummit, to be held in Bern June 19-21. As you can see below, he worked around the bug by blending Watercolor with the default OpenStreetMap tiles, and the fabulous OpenCycleMap, including a view on the Transport layer, by Andy Allan.

If only I was in Switzerland!

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