I had another map almost ready and saw no reason to sit on it, so here it is.
This is a very small dwarven outpost. However, while expanding the tunnels, they very quickly found a nasty surprise even without digging very deep. The nature of the thing at the bottom of the pit is up to you, but I can offer a couple of suggestions. Firstly, the item on the bottom could be an ancient artifact that was sealed away ages ago and it has turned the inhabitants mad sustaining the through magic. I initially thought it could be a sarcophagus and whatever was inside has taken over the the outpost perhaps turning the dwarves to undead creatures or unrecognizable horrors from beyond. Or perhaps the miners were only drive out of the mine and now camp outside looking for help to clear the outpost and resume operations.
Here is a version without the grid.
If you feel like contributing to my mapmaking efforts (and getting a couple of perks!) I do have a patreon page. Check it out!
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This is a scifi map featuring a research base partly hidden inside a seaside cliff. Usually the research done on places like this is highly questionable and dangerous. In this case, it could be biological weapons or development of new chemicals to drug enemies or enhance your own side’s fighters.
Continue reading “Map #23 – Research base”
If you remember, there was an innocuous cabin in Skyrim that actually had a hidden dungeon full of bandits underneath. Well, this is… let’s say inspired… by that.
Continue reading “Map #22 – Cabin and a Dungeon”
This was a quickly drawn map which started when I wanted to try a different way of doing built dungeon walls. 🙂 I also can’t seem to figure out good names right now.
Continue reading “Map #21 – Tower ruins”
According to my count, this is the 20th map on this blog. It’s still an arbitrary number and not a particularly cool one, so there won’t be any special celebrations. These maps are free (CC-BY-NC-SA) but if you want to tip me, I have a patreon page with some perks for patrons.
Continue reading “Map #20 – Underground harbour”
Just a heads up. I opened a twitter account, so if you feel like it, you can follow me there to get updates on maps and other content.
It’s been a while since I posted a map – I was really busy in the real world – but here’s finally a new one. If you feel like tipping me (or if you’re not content with these free versions), check the patreon. There is also an open thread for wishes and feedback so check that out, even if you don’t feel like becoming a patron right now.
Continue reading “Map #19 – Bridge to the Jade Temple”
I have put up a post to collect wishes/ideas of maps you’d like to see in the future as well as some ideas about patron rewards. I would like to have versions of the maps available for free in a usable form but at the same time I would like to leave some room to have a few perks for patrons. The current system gives patrons a few different high resolution versions but I’ve been thinking of the following options: 1) Early access (1 to 2 weeks?) 2) Access to Gimp files for personal use or 3) priority request list.
If there are maps you would like to be made or comments on the release policy, don’t hesitate to leave a comment there.
To kick off September, I have a simple tomb. These versions are free (check licence below) but if you want to tip me and get more and higher resolution versions, check out my patreon. I also changed the watermarks to less intrusive positions. I hope you enjoy this one.
Continue reading “Map #18 – Tomb No. 1”
Here’s another map. The versions here are free (check licence below) but if you want to tip me check out my patreon.
Continue reading “Map #17 – Wizard’s basement”