I love your map sketches - that's a very refreshing style. I'm looking forward to seeing Winterhaven finished.
Welcome to the guild.
I've just recently gotten into the AD&D 4th Ed. and have been doodling up some maps and stuff over here:
Feel free to drop me a line or a comment. Can't wait to see all the badass mappage going on over here!
You have some great stuff over at your blog. I especially like the maps (what a surprise eh?), like the one of Nentir Vale. Winterhaven is also brilliantly done, although the style is a bit too cartoony for my taste. Have some rep!
Thanks for the rep Gand!
Yeah, I think you'll be gettin' mostly cartoony stuff from my corner, but I love all maps. I'm thinking about pursuing the ..... what would you call it? sort of a long-view landscapy elevation, like the "Mapping the Nentir Vale" post. Hopefully I can learn enough Illustrator to get by.
That is some great "sketches" crazyred. Have some rep and welcome to the Guild!
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I'll chime in with another welcome and great work.
If the radiance of a thousand suns was to burst at once into the sky, that would be like the splendor of the Mighty One...I am become Death, the Shatterer of worlds.
-J. Robert Oppenheimer (father of the atom bomb) alluding to The Bhagavad Gita (Chapter 11, Verse 32)
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Y'all are sweet! Thanks for the warm welcome. =)
Love the style. It seems reminiscent of Asterix written by René Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo. That was a favourite of mine growing up.
bingo Sig! I have Asterix at my elbow when I'm drawing stuff like this. The blacksmith's shop (the round building with the haystack roof) is a direct rip-off from the Gaul village.