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Tintagel
02-11-2007, 05:07 PM
After much work, I have finally completed the first floors of 2 inns in my campaign:

The Waterside Hostel
http://www.educatedgamer.net/art/thumbs/WATERSIDE-HOSTEL-FINAL_small.jpg (http://www.educatedgamer.net/toee_nulb.htm#Waterside_Hostel0)


The Inn of the Welcome Wench

http://www.educatedgamer.net/art/thumbs/hommle18.jpg http://www.educatedgamer.net/art/thumbs/hommle19.jpg
http://www.educatedgamer.net/art/thumbs/hommle20.jpg http://www.educatedgamer.net/art/thumbs/hommle22.jpg (http://www.educatedgamer.net/toee_hommlet.htm)

Koor
02-12-2007, 08:59 AM
Wow, that's really nice!

That's alot of work to put into one inn.. I take it that it will be a prominent feature in your campaigns?

I'm got an Inn that I need to map that will pretty much be in ever campaign, due to the amount of time put into it.

Once again, nice work! Dundjinni really makes nice maps

RPMiller
02-12-2007, 12:33 PM
I'll echo Koor's comments, and add that I like that you have both a day and night view of the Inn. This is actually a really great idea, and something that I'm going to add to my "make sure to include" list.

Talamar
02-14-2007, 04:11 PM
Really good work. Marvelous

Robbie
02-18-2007, 12:21 PM
Impressive stuff...and its also quite inspiring too. Would liek to see larger versions though.

Tintagel
02-22-2007, 02:12 AM
Impressive stuff...and its also quite inspiring too. Would liek to see larger versions though.

Oops! I forgot to link the thumbnails! Try clicking on the images now, and you will be taken to my maps page where you can view large and even High-Res versions of the maps.

Thanks!

RPMiller
02-22-2007, 10:06 AM
After looking at the large sleeping room, I can imagine the players saying, "what do you mean I have to sleep in the bed with the pink blanket?!" LOL

I really really like it even more now that I can really see the details. I may just have to 'borrow' those a random inn sometime and of course build my own.

Tintagel
02-22-2007, 11:27 AM
Please borrow away! Tell your friends too. It's the only consolation that I have (and only excuse I can give my wife) for spending so much time on them. I want others to benefit from my work. To me, the maps are more about producing art than functionality for my D&D campaign.

The only thing I ask is that no one use my maps for commercial purposes.

Of course, it is also courteous, though not mandatory, that you let me know if you decide to use them. I'm just curious to know who is enjoying them. :)

Robbie
02-22-2007, 09:52 PM
To me, the maps are more about producing art than functionality for my D&D campaign.


You just totally hit on my perspective about mapping...Thats awesome that you feel that way.

pyrandon
04-23-2007, 05:39 PM
Great Smoking Urns of Calabash! Your website is a labor of love incarnate! I am so impressed by your attention to detail and obvious willingness to do whatever it takes to map out (beautifully, realistically) the setting!

Nice work, Tintagel!

Tintagel
04-24-2007, 01:14 AM
Thank you so much for your kind words, pyrandon. I also like your "Great Smoking Urns of Calabash" expletive. :-D

The maps are definitely a labor of love. My more recent Dungeon Level 1 was a long and arduous process, and I am trying very hard to stay true to the original module while being as creative as I can. I build each map with a copy of the module sitting at my desk, reading the flavor text and often creating custom art to fit the descriptions.

I'm just glad that someone other than me is enjoying them!

daWife
04-26-2007, 09:10 AM
Tell your friends too. It's the only consolation that I have (and only excuse I can give my wife) for spending so much time on them.

Lucky for this wife, I get to game with these beautiful maps! Yes, he spends a lot of time on them, but its well worth it IMHO! :)

Tintagel
06-22-2012, 10:38 PM
I've updated the links and thumbs. Enjoy!

Bogie
06-23-2012, 12:18 AM
Hi Tint! Long time, nice to see you're still around.

Lyandra
06-24-2012, 05:57 AM
Lovely maps. :)