I'm annoyed that I75 isn't present in the Ohio one. Indiana one just seems off too.
There’s way too much fog of war and neighboring states, makes them look weird
yeah alot missing on the ohio one the main thing being like the other person stated ... i75 ... it runs through the town i live in and is one of thee most major roads in the state and ...basically from dayton to toledo was left off the map BUT the leg into dayton from cinci and the leg out of toledo was included ... soo he knew how important the road was and still left it out ... i can confirm there are more then 6 fields in that area as well as more then 2 mines :) (this is a bit more of a tease then anything else dont @me) also could of put youngstown or a different town in the bottem right area ... this makes it look like ohio is mostly open ground and fields (which tbf it kinda is but there are some cities in there too)
Just dont mess with texas!
Also surprised not to see 270 in Ohio, without it encircling Columbus, I'd get lost anytime I tried to go anywhere other than work or home from work.
I'm going to have to toss my hat in with the folks saying I-75 needs to be here. Not only is it key to the state, it's kind of key to the whole country. I-75 runs from the upper peninsula of Michigan (Sault St. Marie) to Florida (Miami). Basically 75 would be one of the key features that is represented on the continent level map. Of the 6 states that 75 passes through, the artist has done 4. Michigan and Georgia both show 75, Ohio and Florida omit it. Oh well still looks hella cool. :)
Wonder how much the artist would charge to do a large US map? That's something I might open the wallet for. Would look spectacular on my large open wall in my study.
I live in one of the most boring states in the U.S. geographically-- will be worth it when I finally get to buy mine <3
OHIO WOOOOOOOOHowever you need at least 30x more fields
Cedar point should have been listed.
These are very low effort maps. He's just cranking them out now. $$