As I have been away from the blog for quite some time, it has been awhile since my last Map Roundup.
The first two links that I have for you are sactually a few months old. Take a look:
Who doesn't occasionally do this?
Forgotten Realms: a post about the Forgotten Realms and maps ...
Now for some posts that are a little more recent:
Here is a Treasure Map that its creator constructed from bits and pieces of illustrated manuscripts.
Here is a nice post about maps and the ways that they can be made better.
And here is a map [with a very distinct (and useful) style] of an underground river.
Take a look at these two dungeon maps from the science-fantasist over at Planet Algol: here and here.
And while this post has nothing to do with maps, it does include an illustration that, to my mind, is one of the iconic 'maps' of D&D.
That's all for today. Now that I am back in the swing, these Map Roundups should become more common again.
If you happen to see posts regarding maps anywhere in the blogosphere, please email them to me, if I have missed them. My Roundups will get better if you readers help me with them. Cheers!