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Category Archives: Maps
This is my 99th post on the blog, which is something I find pretty awesome. I was hoping I’d stick to this thing when I started, and it’s actually worked out well. Originally I thought I’d try to write a … Continue reading
I may be taking a respite from trying to post a map every week; I missed last week because I didn’t have time to get anything drawn and a break would give me some time to build up a reserve … Continue reading
A quick and simple one this week — the icons are not necessarily intended to be to scale, and there’s really not much to the map itself. Maybe an inspiration piece for something I can spend more time on later?
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. … Continue reading
I saw some really awesome, inspiring maps this week, like this wilderness map from Courtney at Hack & Slash and this megadungeon “tourist” map from Gus at Dungeon of Signs. It made me want to follow through with my my … Continue reading
I missed posting anything last Saturday, which I was not thrilled about, but it can be tough getting one done every week on top of other posts and real life. I don’t know how Dyson does it! 45 drawn maps … Continue reading
I tend to feel like I’m sort of cheating with these “natural” cavern maps if I don’t add much adornment; it’s really just a bunch of squiggly shapes on graph paper as randomly as the human brain can allow (which isn’t very, … Continue reading
OK, probably closer to 10-15 minutes with post-scanning adjustments, but still knocked out pretty quick either way. More than anything, this was born from not wanting to not have a post, though some things I’ve been reading and thinking about … Continue reading
Stretching for nearly 1,000 miles between the salty marshes at its ends, the Atgur Brutal (“Killer/Death of Men”) stands as a natural barrier between the Atgur Reach and the rest of the northern continent. For centuries Arethi merchants toiled to … Continue reading