Maps of the Month: May 2021

I had real trouble limiting myself when choosing maps from the community for the Maps of the Month post for May, so there are quite a few more than usually. Check out what lovely work our mappers produced, it is incredible (and only the tip of the iceberg).

If you remeber the old dread gazebo D&D anecdote, you will probably get a little extra chuckle out of this little map by Daniel Pereda de Pablo (dapereda), created with the Mike Schley symbol sets.

If you don’t get eaten by a gazebo first, you might end up as a pawn in real-life dungeon chess match. If you’re a bit lucky, you might get to play on a beautiful board like amerigoV depicted here.

The Herbarium’s Decent map by SkyCaptainDreadBeard is multi-level structure, so be sure to check out the other floors on the forum thread!

Eric McNeal used Sue Daniel’s Ferraris style for this recreation of a historical map.

Ute Gundacker‘s maps are always a joy to behold, and this one of the Kairo streets is no exception.

At first flance the rolling hills of Maynor many not look very spectacular, but look closer and you’ll see the amazing care that has gone into blending the textures and created shading on the contours by DoubleDouble.

The Kingdom of Thandcot map by Jacob Hicks is a wonderful example of the Ancient Realms overland style.

The Village Square of Vallaki Town is just one of a whole series of maps by Joe Barret, for the Curse of Strahd D&D adventure.

I always love starships and The Windrose by Lee Whipple is a mighty fin example of what can be done with Cosmographer 3 in that regard.

Deceptively simple, I really like the balance of symbols and textures in Wyvern‘s Zariq map done in Mike Schley’s overland style.

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