Playing in the Sewers and other ISO Map Shenanigans.

I have been very busy keeping up with my current D&D campaign, we have a very regular group of players and the sandbox style game I play has mushroomed out of control in a fun and insane way. The characters have taken to exploring and surviving in the sewers beneath Deepfall. I decided to play around with an isometric map. I have drawn multiple versions of this, and am learning that less is more when it comes to drawing and my line work. (I tend to over do it, the fieldstone brick walls on this one is a perfect example of that.)

I will be posting some more like this, and soon I want post my sewer tiles I have been working on. Enjoy.

Here is a teaser on my sewer tiles.

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    This blog came into being after I discovered the OSR blog scene. I was inspired by Dyson Logos and his blog, specifically his geomorph project. Check out his awesome work: "Dyson's Dodecahedron" The style and the simple elegance of his 10 x 10 squares put me on a mapping roll. I have blatently (...and respectfully) emulated his style and now have pages upon pages of geomorphs. Along with more location specific maps in that same style.

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