Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Map Roundup - 19 January

Time for another roundup.

Aeons & Augauries, 13 Jan: A hex map in 3D.  Pretty nifty.

Aeons & Augauries, 14 Jan: More cool 3D hex mapping.

Planet Algol, 16 Jan: A dungeon map in one hour.  Really nice idea, and some thing that I'll have to try sometime soon.

Aeons & Augauries, 17 Jan: A one-hour dungeon map inspired by the above post, this one using Adobe Illustrator.

Aeons & Augauries, 17 Jan (#2): Another one-hour dungeon, this time build with geomorphs. 

Aeons & Augauries, 17 Jan (#3): Yet another one-hour dungeon, this time hand drawn.

I See Lead People, 15 Jan : Three "quick and dirty" city-section maps.  I like these for their simple style.  They're nice to look at.

And now I'll delve into the map archives at I See Lead People as I don't believe that I've linked to this blog before:

I See Lead People, 09 Nov (2010): A really nice hand-drawn, black and white, hex map of a large region.  I really like this map.  It's of a place called Elwyren.

I See Lead People, 23 May (2010): Some fantastic maps from the old Imagine Magazine.  A castle, dwarven complex, an inn, and a temple.

I See Lead People, 22 May (2010): More of the above from Imagine.

I See Lead People, 22 May (2010) (Again): Still more.

Old 4 Eyes Den, 10 Jan: I love wandering across new blogs for the first time.  Here's a new one (to me).  The post has a map of a little dungeon called "The Training Dungeon" and a playing session recap.

Old School Heretic, 15 Jan: No maps visible in this post, but about maps nonetheless.  Node maps, even.

The Mule Abides, 18 Jan: A cool map of NYC, and the announcement of an art show in NY about fantasy mapping.

The Mule Abides, 11 Jan: A post entitled "The Post Where I Give You Awesome Map Graphics."  And IT ROCKS!  Especially if you like trying to create outdoor regional maps on your computer.

The Mule Abides, 21 Dec: This is actually part 5 of a series of posts on creating a sandbox campaign map.  Parts 1 - 4 were posted on Dec 8, 10, 14, and 16 and can be found here.

The Mule Abides, 25 Dec: Part 6 of the series mentioned just above.  Really nice work here.

Fantastic Maps, 15 Jan: A nice color map from Jon Roberts, cartographer extraordinaire.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the shout out - both on the beer map and the NYC map! Note that all of the NYC maps can be seen here: and the show is on until the 16th of March.