Friday, September 14, 2012

More D&D Maps

After my last post, Nils from sent me the following links

Greyhawk Maps - Fantasy Maps

What great sites/maps! Thanks for sharing, buddy.

As I mentioned in my last post, I have quite the stack o' reference material (namely D&D guides). I thought I'd share these pics so you can see exactly what I use.

This is the whole top shelf. And below I have zoomed images so you can better read the titles. 


Two of the books you can't see because they're sideways. These are them. 

And here's the second shelf with zoom.

I know these are just a quick peek and not the best quality pics. If anyone wants a complete list of titles and authors I'd be happy to oblige. You can get my email address in my profile info.

BONUS: My Photoshop CS4 book The Missing Manual by Lisa Snider King came in the mail yesterday. !@#$%^&*. I guess I'm all out of excuses now and actually have to start doodling again. Wish me luck and, most of all, patience with myself. 

1 comment:

  1. You are welcome.
    Neither Greyhawk/Oerth nor Mystara are really well designed. Hell, both grew more than they were ever designed. But both fall into the category of fascination-due-to-quantity. And I am kind of fond of Greyhawk anyway. The maps are really, really well done though. Talented folks making those.