June was another great month with amazing user maps being posted both on the ProFantasy forum and the Facebook community. Let’s take a look at just a few examples!

Wyvern created this amazingly detailed map of an ant hive, using an old “modern cave” style from the Annual Vol 1.
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A big thank you to all the amazing map-makers out there sharing their work with the community. Again, it’s been very hard to pick out just a few, and we can’t do justice to them all, but here is just a small selection of the beautiful maps we’ve seen last month.

Will Mason, or Arcwynd as he is known on the forum, was extremely prolific. His series of classic dungeon maps is just one of the Show and Tell threads he’s started. Check out his other stuff as well!
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Dear Cartographer’s, thank you again for sharing all the wonderful work you do on the community forum and in the Facebook group. We can’t do justice to them all, here is just a small selection of the beautiful maps we’ve seen last month.

Mateus has been especially prolific last month, sharing many amazing maps. This one, the Ilha Rasa is just one of this works, created with the Dark Realms style from the Cartographer’s Annual 2016.
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Welcome cartographers, to another collection of beautiful community maps, this time from March 2020. Enjoy!

Daniel Pereda De Pablo created this beautiful city map, based on Castle Crimson of the Dragonlance setting, with the Mike Schley city style of Symbol Set 5.
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With all that worry out there in the world and all of us (very sensibly) urged to stay home and limit our social contact, let’s take a look what wonderful maps our users can and did come up last month.

Terratu in Mike Schley’s Overland style by Aten Pharaoh in the Facebook community
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We’re well into 2020 now and and the community has been busy decorating the new year with lots of beautiful maps. Here are some that caught our eye!

The January Annual issue (Watabou Cities) has been especially popular, as it allows the fast creation of beautiful city maps. Enderrin over at the community forum shared several of his creations and the Dragonsrock map below is just one of them, where he added his own kind of cliffs to the style.
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Remy Monsen has challenged the community to create maps of snow and ice (i.e. winter-themed) for the Community Atlas Project. Already two beautiful maps have been created by Shessar and Lorelei, but there are a few more to go before the Atlas reaches the goal of 400 maps! There are still three weeks to go on this challenge, so hop over, check the forum thread, and whip out those ice and snow textures!

Varmstadt Springs by Lorelei
Varmstadt Springs by Lorelei

Staggering Moose Inn and Tavern by Shessar
Staggering Moose by Shessar

The year is drawing to a close, Dragonmeet is around the corner and – at least for me – the need for christmas presents is beginning to nag at the back of the mind. Sounds like a good time to take a step back and just admire some of the maps produced by the user community this month. As always, it’s just a small selection of the many maps posted on the forum and the Facebook community. Thanks to everyone for sharing!

WeahermanSweden produced this beautiful topographical map of Iceland by importing height data into FT3 and exporting the result into CC3+.
Iceland Topographical
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With the weather turning cold here in Europe and the trees shedding their leaves, it’s a great time to spent the darkening evening drawing a beautiful map or two. The ProFantasy community certainly has obviously done so and produced more awesome maps. Here are a few for your your delight!

Shera McDaniel (Ladiestorm) continues to transcend our organization and typing of map styles and produces wonderful city maps using the Mike Schley Overland style. Here is the city of Narvania.
Narvania City
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Summer is over, September is getting on and its time to collect another batch of beautiful user maps to highlight. Let’s see what the Profantasy community produced this month!

Maidhc O Casain over on the forum used the Annual’s watercolour style to produce a version of probably the most famous RPG village of all time: Hommlet:
Hommlet

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