The Savage CoastWelcome to the second half of the year, dear fellow map-makers. June has been an amazing month with many new mappers joining our community via the Humble Bundle campaign. Thank you all for joining in and supporting Doctors without borders.

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  • The archived live mapping videos of the last month are available on YouTube.
  • Enjoy all the beautiful Maps of the Month created by our users in June.
  • Christian Trani continues her “All the Annuals“ series , where she creates a map for each of the Annual issues, starting with the Annual 2019. Check out the maps for April, May, and June of that year.

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Dear fellow map-makers!

Summer is getting closer here in the northern hemisphere and we are all looking forward to easing out of the lockdowns. We hope you’re staying safe and healthy and still get some quality map-making time! We certainly have a lot of useful articles and resources for you to help with that.

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    • The June Annual issue – “The Crossroads Inn”, a map pack by Christina Trani – has been released

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    • The archived live mapping video of the last few weeks are available on YouTube.
    • Marvel at the selection of beautiful Maps of the Month created by our users in May.
    • Christian Trani has started a new series titled “All the Annuals“, where she creates a map for each of the Annual issues, starting with the Annual 2019. Check out the maps for January, February, and March of that year.

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Dear cartographer’s, we hope you are all still safe and healthy and being able to carefully ease out of the lockdown measures all across the world. We’ve had a lot of articles on the blog last month, check below whether you have missed any of them!

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  • The May Annual issue – “Ryecroft Town”, a city style by Glynn Seal- has been released

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CA160 Necromancers SanctumDear cartographer’s, we hope you are all safe and healthy. We at Profantasy are all fine and continuing our work through lockdown and times of social distancing. Let’s see what we’ve been doing last month…

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New StylesWelcome to the March newsletter, dear cartographers! We hope you stay healthy (and at home if possible) in these times of pandemic. You could use the time to create some beautiful maps, for example in preparation for your games when all the current restrictions are lifted again, or for online games if you already do these or want to try them out. See our article by Remy Monsen on the topic below.

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TT2_ExampleWelcome to the February newsletter! We have a first article in a new series on city building for you, a look at the cartographer’s desk, the latest update for CC3+, a way to create a spinning globe image and not one, but two Annual issues!

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CA157 MiddlesboroughA Happy New year and welcome to 2020! We hope you had great holidays and are as eager as we to start into a new year of mapping goodness. But let’s take a quick look back at December and what happened at the end of last year. We start out with the new Cartographer’s Annual, set a challenge to bring the Community Atlas to 400 maps, learn about the color palette and multi-sheet symbols and present beautiful user maps from the forum and Facebook communities.

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Green Dragon ManorWelcome cartographers, to the November newsletter. We have the big Black Friday sale for you, some wonderful community maps, a mega-export by Remy, more work on creating new styles by Ralf and a guest article by André Franke. We also invite you to visit us at Dragonmeet in London.

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  • The Big Sale! It’s Black Friday time and all our products including upgrades and bundles, are available at a 30% discount (Thursday Nov 28 to Monday Dec 2).
  • ProFantasy will be at Dragonmeet in London the coming Saturday (November 30th).
  • The November Annual by Sue Daniel is out and lets you produce amazing topographical maps.

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Dear Cartographers,

Welcome to ProFantasy’s October newsletter! We present the monthly pick of user maps, including a more detailed article by one of the authors,dive deeper into coding add-ons, and present various options for virtual tabletop software.

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  • Grimur Fjeldsted walks us through the making of his awesome Duchy of Earlsdale map.
  • Ralf takes a look at different options available if you are looking for a virtual tabletop software for your games, especially at it relates to maps.

Dear mappers, welcome to ProFantasy’s September newsletter! We have released an update for CC3+ including some beat new features and there is a two-part article on how to get the best of your FT3 map into Campaign Cartographer 3+.

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