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Although we specialize in maps of fictional realms, as commonly used in both novels and games both tabletop and role-playing , many Guild members are also proficient in historical and contemporary maps. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ. You will have to register before you can post or view full size images in the forums. Remember Me? Home What's New? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of Thread: H1: Keep on the Shadowfell. Thread Tools Show Printable Version.
H1: Keep on the Shadowfell. I am finally ready to submit the final version of my map for keep on the shadowfell. I started this map after I got a chance to play rpg again. I knew that there was ok maps already done. Both here and in the book. But I wanted to try and make my own style and I wanted to try and learn to make dungeons maps in photoshop. After a few reboots and test, I was ready to post the first snippet on After that I slowly worked my way toward the end.
There was long periods where I did not work on the map for various reasons, but I was forced forward as the players advanced in the dungeon. So here we are today with Keep on the shadowfell Level 1, 2 and 3 done. I hope you will enjoy the maps as much as my players have done. Done in: Photoshop cs 5. Plugins used: Filterforge Statues is done by a friend in Poser. The maps should fit right into vtt's like Maptools what I use.
The grid is 50 pixel. Extra: I promised in one of the first posts that I would give you all the png's of items and psd's. Below you will find the external links to all the psd's. All items are created by myself. Attached Thumbnails. Last edited by cadric; at PM. Reason: more info. Total Awards : 9. These are fantastic, thanks so much for sharing. I'm sure that once word gets out, people are going to be hitting up this page as a free resource.
In fact, do you mind if I post a link to it over at the Obsidian Portal forums my other online home? I'm sure the good peeps over there would love to take advantage of this. Cheers, -Arsheesh. I do hope people will like the maps. And i dont mind if you tell and post about the maps. Originally Posted by arsheesh. These are fantastic maps. Thanks for sharing. Yea Thanks the maps are awesome!!
Total Awards : 5. Really nice, not much else to say. I've already played through the adventure myself, but I'd certainly point anyone I know wanting to run this module in maptool to these. I was looking for a map like this to run in an adventure tomorrow I would love to be able to make use of these in a game and they are exactly the style i'm looking for.
If so please let me know the price. Dirk F. These are freakin' amazing, Great work. The links are dead though, do you have them hosted anywhere else? Last edited by Dirk F. Dieters; at AM. Total Awards : 3. Really great work! You have done an amazing job here. My finished maps Mapping Worlds My blog about mapping Imaginary maps My facbook page devoted to mapping.
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Halls of Undermountain — Yawning Portal. Monster Vault: Threats to the Nentir Vale 1. Monster Vault: Threats to the Nentir Vale 2. I just wanted to thank you for posting high quality images of all these 4e maps. Thank you so much. Hi Tom, I pleased to learn that the images helped you.
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From a safe distance. Those are some shiny maps. Any advice on printing them out for use? Just trim off the white bits at the edges where needed so they overlap well? John - I printed them out with a 1 cm whitespace border on the right and bottom and as little whitespace on the top and left as I could.