Map #66 – Cyberpunk Workshop

“Take a left after the noodle place, and  you should be right there. I know it doesn’t look professional, but the place is legit. Well… not exactly legit, but you know what I mean. Just get the damn drone fixed!”

Experimenting with a simpler style and markers again. Here’s a small tech-shop that has a totally safe and not at all illegal rig for installing military grade augmentations and fixing whatever needs fixing in the backroom. 

I also have  a tip-jar at ko-fi, If you’d like to check that.


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Map #65 – Ravine hideout

The harsh conditions of the desert have forced the local raiders to make their hideout in a small ravine. As added benefit, the hideout is very difficult to see already a short distance away.

I’ve wanted to experiment a little with pencil maps as opposed to ink or digital. The hideout has a few sleeping places and a bit of storage room, but is otherwise very limited. I think some of the spots could be clearer, but on the other hand, I do like the look, and will experiment more!

I also have  a tip-jar at ko-fi, If you’d like to check that.


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Map #61 – Warlock’s Hideout

‘I trust you are satisfied? After all, this is the third time you’ve inspected my house this week, sergeant!’ The sergeant finally left the warlock alone. ‘You know, you should stop eating the neighbors’ pets.’ warlock said to the  creature materializing in the room.

This is a straightforward basement with a hidden summoning circle and a small cave with various plants. There is also (hidden) access to sewers and an enhanced statue guarding the door.

There is also  a tip-jar at ko-fi. Check it out! All contributions will be greatly appreciated.

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Map #46 – Sasha’s Workshop

Time for a scifi map. Just ink this time. The workshop is partly inside a natural cavern and there’s enough room to lodge a couple of persons. Most of customers of the workshop would rather keep their business private.

The workshop is very messy and most of the components are of little value by themselves. There is a generator downstairs accessed from the workshop hall and ladders leading to a small observation post.

No alternative versions this time, I’m afraid.


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Map #41 – Old Chapel

I wanted to draw a chapel leading to the crypt in the ‘Consortium Hideout‘ -map. So here it is. The chapel is small, so there is only a small storage room and a room for the priest. Feel free to have it still be in use or already abandoned

There’s also a version without the background.


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Map #9 – Forgotten Libary

Time for another map. This is also my first patreon release!  This time I drew a forgotten library. The building above ground is small and simple and the collection there is mundane and not at all impressive. However, the two dungeon levels hold rare and forbidden books. Unfortunately, the lower dungeon got damaged and the librarian fell to a small cave, died from the fall and now haunts the remains of the library. This could be located as part of ruins of a small city or even in the middle of wilderness.

In game, PCs would have to locate information from the library’s collection, but the librarian should complicate things. Place other – possibly undead – foes in the library to represent previous adventurers who have fallen before the librarians wrath if you wish.

Edit: I forgot to include the gridless version in the original post. Here’s a link to it.


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