Part 2 of this series on isometric dioramas brings us to two vastly ancient locations that may hold equally ancient secrets.Continue reading “Isometric Dioramas, Part 2”
In an effort to produce more isometric content, I’ve inked a few sketches I’ve had hanging around for awhile. I’ve decided to release them every so often.Continue reading “Isometric Dioramas, Part 1”
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.Continue reading “The Shrine of St. Sabella”
Today I have for you two free maps!
Both of these maps have something in common. Mainly that I am not exactly happy with how either of them have turned out, but also that both of them have taught me valuable lessons.
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.Continue reading “Nancy’s Temple”
Today is Tuesday, which means: maps! Lots of stuff today folks, so check them out.
Our new public map today is an 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.