For this week's freemapfriday I give you a small dungeon map. It isn't my best work, but rapidly produced Microsoft Word work... but all in all I think it came out pretty well. As usual, free for private or commercial use, attribution appreciated but not required, and please share with us what you've done with the map because it encourages me to keep these exercises up.?
And as usual, a B&W version for the old schoolers out there: here.
This time for our freemapfriday exercise, I offer you a floor plan of a 3-level castle. This castle would have had more to it (stairs, for one!), but I ran out of the 1-hour time allotment I give these experiments I share. Feel free to complete it yourself and share with others!
This file is exceptionally large, because I made it for print on 11x17 paper at 300dpi. As usual, free for private or commercial use, attribution appreciated but not required. Let us know how/if you made use of this, we enjoy the feedback.»Read more
Another attempt at a spaceship design, this one using similar techniques to those used in freemapfriday #10, though this one is a shorter, stockier ship with two levels to the fore section. I made two large cargo holds as well, and adopted a single long spine-like approach to the interior floorplan. Hope someone enjoys it.
And because I was being experimental, I also made two other versions, maybe you'll prefer one of these:
Rather than provide all fantasy maps, I thought I'd spend some time working on various techniques to represent interior deck plans of star ships for the FrontierSpace role playing game. I finally settled on this technique. I'm not sure if I like the color or B&W version better for the book's interior. They both have their appeal. I like this representation because it leaves a lot to the imagination rather than trying to show where every button and every chair or bed resides. It's evocative and unrestrictive, leaving a lot to the descriptive capacity of the GM.»Read more
I went old school on this installment of freemapfriday... a blue map like you'd find in the inside cover of some 1980's TSR module. I loved those maps, and so I tried to emulate their style. Feedback welcome.
Like all freemapfriday maps, this is free to use for private and commercial uses. Attribution appreciated but not required. Just share with me how you use it... those emails are what keep me making these!