This was for the a client’s game world and is so large that in order to make it possible to share I split it in half and reduced the quality of the jpg. I am happy with how the cities came out which you can’t really see unless view full size and zoom in. He printed it out and used it during play. The illustrations in the corners are based on the lore of the world.
Heimurinn (left) – a commission
Heimurinn (right) – a commission
My entry for the 2015 One Page Dungeon contest.
Lost Blacklock Mine
I was going for something that could be used in almost any game world but there definitely is a Wild West/Steampunk/Fantasy flavor. I found the most challenging part to be adding the text into and around the images since it all has to fit on one page.
Watercolor scanned, modified digitally.
Sketched on paper, scanned, textured and colored in Photoshop. I did this as a challenge entry for the Cartographer’s Guild. “The Gates” room is a puzzle that releases the water in the “Trident” end of the complex and reveals the artifact. The entry room has a map beneath the surface revealing the location of another such complex so the story may continue.
Treasures of Fumanchu – A map of misdirection done for a challenge at the Cartographer’s guild. My first image created in Photoshop done in 3 nights just before the deadline of the contest.
A challenge entry for the light challenge at the Cartographer’s Guild. Sketched in pencil, scanned, and painted using my new tablet (which I was learning how to use). I think I’m going to like it 🙂
The idea was to create a map from something small. I chose a Snowflake and used that to create a ship. I’m pretty pleased with how it came out.
Just something I did recently.
A commission done for www.elechos.net