This map was made using Campaign Cartographer 3 and the January 2011 Overland Perspective Annual.
Black and White Overland Map
This map was made with Campaign Cartographer and CC3’s Overland Black & White style pack. There’s nothing fancy about this style, but it’s dead simple to use and super-fast to get the map done.
I purposefully left the map unlabeled so you can print it out and add your own names. The map is plenty big – 1855×1491 pixels – so you should have more than enough room to add your own text. Just middle-click on your mouse to open the image up in a new tab at full size (if your mouse doesn’t have a middle button, then… for the love of Pelor, it’s time to upgrade!).
The Battle of Mudbottom Bridge
In a previous map, Pleasant Hill, you saw how Photoshop can be used to create a parchment backgorund.
Fortunately, for those of us who aren’t Photoshop experts, this effect can also be quickly and easily achieved with Campaign Cartographer.
The kind folks at Profantasy have produced several parchment templates that you can use as backgrounds for your maps. You can even rejuvenate your old CC2 and CC3 maps by importing them onto a parchment background.
This map was made with Campaign Cartographer.
Fantasy Overland Map #9: Crillusian Frontier
Fantasy Overland Map #8
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.