Dungeons and Dragons

Talking with a few folks recently about Isometric maps reminded me of my first ever attempt, this Shrine of St. Sabella. I decided now would be a good time to share it on my website, as I’ve only ever posted it once on twitter before.

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Hello!

Originally I was making these for my Patreon, but I enjoyed the end result so much that I wanted to share them in some way with everyone.

Today I’ve got a special treat for Patrons and Non-patrons alike that I hope you enjoy. This PDF document is a form-fillable card document. With it you can create what I’m calling RLS Cards: Rumor, Lore, and Secrets. Hopefully this will provide you with an easy and aesthetically pleasing way to beef up your information game.

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Today I’ve got for you a trio of images. Two are carvings or wooden figures, while the third is a whimsical rocky hovel I did quite awhile ago but recently edited to make the lines look nicer. All three might be useful as illustrative elements in a role-playing session.

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Hello! Today’s tuesday update is a free map: Nancy’s Temple!

This map was actually an idea thought up by my wife, Nancy. She gave me a description of an underground temple, perhaps reached by going through a trapdoor in a witch’s cottage, in which rooms came off a large courtyard area that looked a little like a church window.

Please enjoy this free map, which has also been added to the free-to-use gallery.

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Today is Tuesday, which means: maps! Lots of stuff today folks, so check them out.

Our new public map today is a free-to-use updated version of an older map I did for Inktober. This is a set of tombs in a canyon, somewhere in an arid rocky waste. Notably, this map lacks a grid, which isn’t common among my work.

300 dpi, PNG, free-to-use
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Today I released a set of initiative tents on the patreon as an early access opportunity for patrons of the adept level.

Still feeling a bit froggy, I decided to whip up some quick condition markers that you can hang over an initiative tent to help keep track of conditions with a visual reminded. I’m releasing these now to everyone, so use them with your favorite initiative tents! Or you could become a patron to access the ones I made a month before they are made public.

I printed them on parchment paper, and I’m thinking about cutting the bottom corners so that the bottom becomes a point, making them look like little banners (you can see an example of that below).

Please enjoy!

You can grab the condition markers here or below.