Category Archives: Map of the Month

Map of the Month: Mount Arghuangeusk

I love maps with a hard-drawn/painted feel, probably not least because such maps are waaaay beyond my own artistic ability. Recently I came across a tutorial in Digital Artist Magazine (a print magazine that is also available in the iTunes … Continue reading

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Map of the Month: In the beginning…

A few weeks ago I was browsing the Profantasy forums, and I came across a post by someone looking for advice on creating a style reminiscent of the maps in the Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings. That got … Continue reading

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Map of the Month: Jonathan Roberts Style City Map

So March has flown by, and this column ┬ámissed the boat slightly in terms of publication, and significantly in terms of the content I had wanted to publish ­čśŽ As the title suggests, my aim was to complete a set … Continue reading

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Map of the Month: Havenscoast Overland

As I mentioned recently, I’m on a Jon Roberts vibe. For those that don’t know his work, you can check it out at Fantastic Maps. Not only does he present his wonderful work here, he also regularly posts tutorials and … Continue reading

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Map of the Month: Jonathan Roberts Style Battlemaps

Welcome to the debut of a new column, Map of the Month. Here is where I get to share my passion for fantasy cartography, which I’ve been hooked on since I was a kid being read the Narnia and Middle-Earth … Continue reading

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