Having finished Britain, I have no particular concerns about where I should map next ~ so I thought it wouldn't hurt to ask. In the sidebar, the Gentle Reader will find a poll, asking what part of the world I could build. The only necessity is that a new map connect to a part of the world that I have already made.
If I work on Iceland (and the Faeroe Islands), then Greenland, I will be in a position to start working on Canada sometime in the future, starting with Newfoundland. That, no doubt, will appeal to Americans, who might want me to start working along the eastern seaboard. Be warned, however, that the amount of coastline and research needed for that seaboard is immense, so that there wouldn't be much payoff for a long time, perhaps a couple of years. After all, it took me 18 months to put Britain together (I do get distracted).
I had started working around the west coast of Africa already, getting as far as Senegal. I'd probably keep going at least as far as Ghana, though of course the dream would be not to stop until I'd gotten all the way around the horn, then connect it up with Arabia on the east coast. Reversing this by going down the east coast would ultimately have the same end goal ~ but it is also a fairly unpopulated part of the world, as as I learned with Mauritania, west Mali and Senegal, it is fairly dull mapping.
I did Burma and that was interesting, so it would follow that I would work my way through the rest of Indochina, then ultimately down into Indonesia. That's a LOT of coastline, I know I'm not going to enjoy that. Coastline is the hardest detail to add . . . but it would be interesting to add Indonesia to the trade system, since there are a lot of odd and rare products that originate there.
Interior China is a big hole in the world map I posted last autumn. It would be nice to fill that hole, but I know that researching China is going to be a big pain ~ not because it is more work per area covered, but because the one source I'm working from is from 1952, before pinyin changed all the Ch's to Q's. Since Chinese names are so similar, it is going to be hard trying to piece together the city dot on the old map I have with the name in the present day . . . and as far as I can tell, modern linguists are intentionally trying to make this very difficult.
But I'll give it a try if the vote goes that way.
I do ask two things. First, that if the kind reader votes, that you might tell me why you picked the area you did in the comments below. It would help if I knew what your interest is, as encouragement to go at least that far in my designing.
Secondly, if you ARE willing to ask me to pick a place and work on it, I would ask that you donate one, two or three dollars monthly on my Patreon. I haven't mentioned Patreon in months, but it is still a part of my income that I depend upon. It won't hurt much to give the price of a cup of coffee, but a dozen or so readers contributing will make a big difference to ME. If you could be so kind.