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“Bear Canyon” Exhibit map (for ZPA)

This specific enclosure was made and created by user ZPA, and thus this was the map layout that I have designed for this complex.

“Bear Canyon” Exhibit map (for ZPA)
Austin the Sengi, 9 Aug 2021
    • CMP
      I like the art and detailing, nicely done
    • Austin the Sengi
      Exhibit Layout:

      01: - Entrance

      02: - Downward Stairs (01)

      03: - Polar Bear underwater viewing area

      04: - Polar Bear (Ursus maritimus) enclosure

      05: - Education Center/Museum

      06: - Downward Stairs (02)

      07: - Arctic Fox (Vulpes lagopus) enclosure

      08: - Polar Bear holding area

      09: - Upward Stairs (01)

      10: - Sun Bear viewing area

      11: - Sun Bear (Helarctos malayanus) enclosure

      12: - Andean/Spectacled Bear viewing area

      13: - Sun Bear and Andean/Spectacled Bear holding area

      14: - Andean/Spectacled Bear (Tremarctos ornatus) enclosure

      15: - Upward Stairs (02)

      16: - Exit
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    • Austin the Sengi
      Thank you very much for the comment @ChunkyMunky pengopus, for me it was the first time (I think it was) that I actually attempted to give some details to (mainly) the rock-work and the surrounding topography. And also it was my first time illustrating an enclosure for both Sun and Spectacled Bears, (two of my favorite species of bear) so naturally I did have a good time trying to make each enclosure look as good as they should.
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      5/5,
      ZPA
      Whoa. I could only dream of making something as detailed as this.
    • Mai Thai
      Nice Job! It looks really good.
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  • Category:
    Fantasy Zoos
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    Austin the Sengi
    Date:
    9 Aug 2021
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