Saturday Morning Maps: Southern Border Valleys (With and Without Hexes)

click clack boom
click clack boom

After my work in progress post last week, I decided to remove all of the landmarks I had noted during the pen drawing phase. For one thing, I am much happier with my hand-drawn wilderness than with the city/village marks. For another, if anyone else actually wants to use this it probably gives more value as a map for them to fill in the details on.

For various reasons, Hexographer isn’t working out as my method of adding icons and numbered hexes to the map. I do at least have a hex overlay version to give scale, though it should be noted that that the width of the rivers isn’t really to scale with the distances — they aren’t all a mile-plus wide. In the version below, 1 hex equals 6 miles.

1 hex = 6 miles
1 hex = 6 miles
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Author: John Carr

Gamer, comic guy, office drone.

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