Pleasant Hill is my first attempt at mapping with Adobe Photoshop. I was trying for a hand drawn style and I’m pretty happy with the results, though I think next time I’ll try to make the paper more wrinkled and give it better defined edges. What do you think? This map was made by following… [Continue Reading]
If you’ve ever walked down Boggy Creek Road, you know why it was so named. After endless miles of trudging and sloshing, even the heartiest of travelers needs a break. So loosen your boots and grab a mug. The Slipshod Inn offers a warm hearth, merry company and a comfortable bed for the weary and… [Continue Reading]
This simple battle map was made in about 1 hour with Dungeon Designer 3 (requires CC3). If you ever find yourself role playing online via virtual table top, this map is configured to work as an underlay for Gametable. Just click on the image and save it in the underlays folder of your Gametable directory.… [Continue Reading]
Not enough detail? Then click here for the extra-large version (caution – big file). Emerisia is a densely-packed port city. Made with the Fantasy Cities Annual of Campaign Cartographer 3.
This map is inspired by Patrice Dumas‘ excellent Valedale walkthrough. The variated contour colors hopefully give a sense of depth to the landscape with mountains, valleys and forests.
The Midway Inn, as made evident by it’s name, lies at the midpoint between two towns. The road is fraught with perils and the Inn stands as the … [Read More...]
Campaign Cartographer 3 (CC3) is a fantasy mapping software by ProFantasy, and it is the software used to create most of the maps on this website. The nice thing about CC3 is that it’s very easy to get started making maps. There are templates to build on and the toolbars are packed not only with […]
This map was made using CC3‘s Fantasy Worlds style, which is based on the artwork of Swedish cartographer Pär Lindström. This style works well for large-scale maps covering entire continents and worlds, focusing more on political boundaries and large bodies of water rather than the minutiae of specific regions, cities, waterways and smaller natural features. […]
I made this isometric dungeon map using Campaign Cartographer and the Annual 2012 June edition. The map is based on the artwork of Herwin Wielink (AKA Djekspek). CC3 makes it easy to take all the map elements and combine them together to make a dungeon any way you see fit. While this modular approach doesn’t […]