Your work is really excellent!
When you have time it would be great to give us some village-town brushes too! (dark age- viking - medieval staff)
Holy Crap! I knew you were a serious talent when I first saw your work here, now you are also a serious asset and contributor to this site! Thanks!
Thank you all. I try to improve myself on the process. And repeating over and over again has the effect to getting better. If I compare my first maps to those I create now, its a huge gap. But that was walked in slowmotion. I am not sure if or if not I agree in that 10.000h Expert theory or not, but you get better in everything spending enough time and motivation in a skill. I am still a mediocre drawer in many things. Mapping helps me to find motivation to improve also in other fields.
Ok here is also the cleanedup Mounain Reference Sheet I did before, included in here.
And here comes the Giveaway of the Week.
My complete Set of handdrawn dots and Icons for maps and my render-references Drawings also usable as textures for mapping. Well here is the raw file, have fun using it!
Here is a Compass Rose Grid in a PNG file to be applied on maps, Have fun with it.
Here is a full circle of 32 lined Compass lines in perfect arrangement for map use. Also again in a PNG
Wow.. This is all just awesome. Thank you so much for all your work and for sharing all these incredible elements with us
Kingdom Of Shendenflar Campaign Setting (WIP)
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Even if I am correct, I would still advise you to follow your heart. This whole Cartographers Guild thing, it seems to me, is more about passion and skill and learning new techniques than it is about definitions and rules.
I growed with this community, and so I give back what I learned. Its cool if I can be of any help here.
Here is the Ragged Line Pattern for Old printed maps.
Have fun withit