The town of Obsidian in the country of Briarstone has more details, better color scheme, and a lovely legend Continue reading Obsidian Map – Improved Upon!
Original hand-inked maze with losts of swoops and curls Continue reading I amaze myself!
I am still working on drawing fantasy cartography maps (is cartography and maps redundant?), but not as diligently as earlier this year. I’ve been distracted with traveling and running D&D games and all the other stuff that takes up one’s day. And there’s this game on my phone … man, is it a time sink! But to prove that I’ve been doing something, even if … Continue reading In the Works
My hand-drawn map of The Ruins of Amara on the NE Coast of Briarstone (campaign setting) Continue reading Ruins of Amara
my hand-drawn map named Luapi Continue reading Luapi
Started working on my next map. I’m enjoying the shape and feel of this one so far. Continue reading X marks the spot
After joining the Cartographers’ Guild, I’ve learned that most of my rivers have all been messed up and that I’ll never really be done with a map. The orginally posted version of the Anzorae map with information tidbits on the locations is here. So I made the following changes: Fixed the multiple rivers leaving a lake or a river splitting downstream. By “fixed” I mean … Continue reading Anzorae – Back for More!