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    I had no idea how many offers I would get and now find myself suffering from an embarrassment of riches; to wit, more offers than I can use at once. But, I have another adventure on the back-burner that I could run for a group at GenCon, so I will commission maps for that one, too. Now I can use twice as many of the offers, but will still have a surplus of offers.
    The adventure is called Onto the Devil’s Skillet
    Please forgive the impersonal nature of this mass reply; I am addressing people from two sites.
    Those listed below, please send to tkask@cinci.rr.com for direct communications.

    NeonKnight—talk to me
    Zanazaz---talk to me
    Dave L—coloring could have cover potential
    JiveMiguel—The right map like yours could become a cover
    Turgenev—what you sent me would work
    Vmat2—old school map
    Mrrkyl—talk to me

    I’m ready to go with both, altho’ the one is much more time-sensitive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeonKnight View Post
    THAT WOULD BE ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Because I cannot email you yet (lake of posts on your part), here is a link within the Guild's Archives to some oldscool maps I did a while back.

    http://www.cartographersguild.com/sh...l-Map-Take-Two
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    I had no idea how many offers I would get and now find myself suffering from an embarrassment of riches; to wit, more offers than I can use at once. But, I have another adventure on the back-burner that I could run for a group at GenCon, so I will commission maps for that one, too. Now I can use twice as many of the offers, but will still have a surplus of offers.
    The adventure is called Onto the Devil’s Skillet
    Please forgive the impersonal nature of this mass reply; I am addressing people from two sites.
    Those listed below, please send to tkask@cinci.rr.com for direct communications.

    NeonKnight—talk to me
    Zanazaz---talk to me
    Dave L—coloring could have cover potential
    JiveMiguel—The right map like yours could become a cover
    Turgenev—what you sent me would work
    Vmat2—old school map
    Mrrkyl—talk to me

    I’m ready to go with both, altho’ the one is much more time-sensitive.
    Last of the really old-timers
    Father of THE DRAGON

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    I've sent an email.
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    Ah, I can't help you. The whole reason I got into RPG mapping was there seemed to be two kinds of maps found in most RPGs - old school (yech) and photorealistic like in video games, and neither extremes suit my taste. My level of hand-drawn and decked out color with implied 3D bevels and shading, is about the level I like, that's why I make 'em.

    Your project does look interesting - if you're ever interested in the step between the two kinds of maps I describe, then contact me, I might be interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamerprinter View Post
    Ah, I can't help you. The whole reason I got into RPG mapping was there seemed to be two kinds of maps found in most RPGs - old school (yech) and photorealistic like in video games, and neither extremes suit my taste. My level of hand-drawn and decked out color with implied 3D bevels and shading, is about the level I like, that's why I make 'em.

    Your project does look interesting - if you're ever interested in the step between the two kinds of maps I describe, then contact me, I might be interested.

    GP
    I am most interested in any new approach to maps. I'd love to see one.
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    Default A couple recent examples of my style of maps...

    OK, here are a couple of examples of my particular style of mapping (follow the links to the threads with these maps). One thing to note, while they look like time-consuming projects, ask anyone here and you'll discover that I am a rocket at creating such maps very quickly. Most take me only a couple days, when I have them to spare.

    This first map is from Feb '10 Challenge for the One Page Dungeon Contest - its a dungeon map for a Necromancer's Lair.

    http://www.cartographersguild.com/sh...r-s-Lair/page4

    This second map is a village map, I did as a small commission project.

    http://www.cartographersguild.com/sh...uild-Companion

    This last one is the courtyard of a tavern located over a thieves guild.

    http://www.cartographersguild.com/sh...lication/page2

    I have to mention that I am now working on a monthly product publication and my schedule is rather full, however, because most maps take me 1-3 days to create, I can fit them in probably two a month and still get my other work done as needed.

    I appreciate old school maps for their nostalgia, but because I am an artist, I can't see myself ever creating one, but that's just me.

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    Can we consider this request taken now, so we can edit the thread title?

    cheers

    Ravs

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravells View Post
    Can we consider this request taken now, so we can edit the thread title?

    cheers

    Ravs
    I think so.
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