Part 2 of this series on isometric dioramas brings us to two vastly ancient locations that may hold equally ancient secrets.Read Full Article
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.Read Full Article
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.
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.
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.Read Full Article
It’s Tuesday, which means release day. I’ve got a couple of maps and illustrations for you today. These are all older images I may have shared on social media before, but they have been cleaned up and (in the case of the maps at least) added to, tweaked, or detailed further. Think of them as director’s cuts!
Good morning and welcome to the second edition of our monthly Saturday Morning Brief, in which we review the preceding month’s releases and preview the next one.
The number of releases for the month of April have me pretty excited. Productivity is currently my main over-arching goal before I open myself up to commissions, so I am happy to be at a level that is more than I set as my personal minimum. The releases for the past month were:Read Full Article
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).
You can grab the condition markers here or below.