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Monday’s Drawings #24

Back to world maps! It was yet another friend’s birthday, and since she is a huge fan of Terry Pratchett, I’ve decided to draw the map of Discworld as a present! The map itself...

Monday’s Drawings #23

I can’t believe I’ve been posting a new map every Monday for 23 weeks in a row!  I gotta say (write) that coming up with map ideas and layouts isn’t always easy, but so...

Monday’s Drawings #22

Back to dungeon/tactical maps! I wanted to draw something different than a dungeon level or a cave, so I looked for sewer maps, and came up with this! Due to a flood at one...

Monday’s Drawings #21

As I’m getting used to my new day job, sometimes I only have time to draw a map “on the fly”. I wanted to do another nautical map, with a compass and lines and...

Monday’s Drawings #20

It may be #maptober, but Monday’s Drawings is still on! For the 20th installment of the series, I present you a cave with some interesting rooms to the north. I named the map (very...

Monday’s Drawings #19

One last dungeon map before #maptober2019 begins! For this map, called “The Shrine to Azamrak” I was inspired by Yuan-Ti and their desire to be more serpent-like. The final room, over the bridge, would...

Monday’s Drawings #18

Monday’s drawings continues with yet another region/coastal map. I think that from October I’ll start a theme, especially with #maptober2019  coming up! I got some new fineliners and I’m trying them out. So far,...

Monday’s Drawings #17

Last Wednesday was my friend’s birthday, and since I know she’s a LotR fan, I decided to draw a map of Middle Earth, inspired by the maps from the movies. I drew it A4...

Monday’s Drawings #16

#Mapmonday continues with yet another dungeon map, this time a combination of two previous methods, including tile textures and crosshatching.