For RotR, you didn't happen to do the other encounters, did you?
Are you referring to thinks like the goblin encounters? No, I used mostly existing or community-made maps for those. I only do my own version if it's necessary due to one of the maps published in the module being too low-resolution to be useful, so for encounters that outright have no map, I probably wouldn't go through the process of making one if I can find one that suits my needs. I can, however, point to the ones I do use, they may or may not be sufficient depending on your tastes.
I probably won't have much of an update in the form of Runelords maps until my group finishes the first book and moves onto the second one.
Since I forgot to post it, the finished version of my Urgathoa Temple map, incase anyone was trying to use it.
And one of my current projects, the ridiculously huge Scarwall Castle map from Curse of the Crimson Throne's 5th book.
It may seem large, but more so when you realize this image is scaled down to 50%.
Your Urgathoa Temple map is awesome, it's really creepy and makes me want to run CotCC just to use it!
And I'll definitely be using your Thistletop maps if my RotRL players head back there, they left after defeating Nualia, they were too scared to investigate the area where Malfeshnekor is trapped.
Wonderful maps, keep them coming.
These are great. Where did you get the art and the tiles for the Urgathoa Temple map?
Thanks for the kind words, everyone, I'm glad you guys enjoy this stuff and may even get some use out of it.
I tried progress once but it scared me and I ran away :(
I don't know what advices to give, but I just popped in to say I've only seen 2 ugly brown maps on this thread and they were SUPPOSED to be ugly brown so don't be mean to them.
You made them cry.
*goes off to comfort the wittle maps*
Seriously, though, I think they are great and you prolly aren't getting a lot of feedback because you don't *seem* to need it.... or people can't find anything constructive to say! :P
I really like the look of the little keep. Did I miss something or are there no doors to the room in the south wall? I'm also a bit unclear as to how you reach the courtyard.