|#1eric_anondsonApr 30, 2004 23:49:38||In case you hadn't seen it yet, my map of the Pomarj Peninsula was recently posted over on Canonfire!, HERE |
It actually includes all of the Principality of Ulek and the Pomarj Peninsula. Pretty dang near all of the County of Ulek and the Suss Forest as well. It fits directly below the Central Flanaess map which is also on Canonfire!
My next maps will move directly west from the Central Flanaess map and this Pomarj map. Soon, all of the Sheldomar Valley will be complete even with coverage beyond out to Ull and the Dry Steppes!
Anyway, for those desiring Greyhawk maps... there will be a bunch to look forward to real soon.
Eric Anondson (I wonder if WotC would take fan-submitted maps for Map of the Week...;) )
|#2mortellanApr 30, 2004 23:59:03|
Soon, all of the Sheldomar Valley will be complete even with coverage beyond out to Ull and the Dry Steppes!
Excellent timing! Keep up the good work Eric.
|#3bdpenneyMay 01, 2004 8:41:43||Heck yeah!|
Utterly amazing work, YOU should have a job doing cartography for Wizards!
My walls are gonna be FILLED with poster-sized full color Greyhawk maps!
Eric, if you'd like a little "third party" contribution, here's our campaign's rendition of the majority of the County of Flen in Keoland:
Too darn many WIDE OPEN SPACES WITH NOTHIN IN THEM on the original and Living Greyhawk maps for my tastes...
Keep up the amazing work!
|#4ArgonMay 01, 2004 9:33:43||If you have never seen an Anodson map before then you don't know what your missing. Because looking at the map makes you fell like your flying over the contient. These maps are extremely beautiful and would be in high demand for any one who appreciates map work or cartography. Imagine having one of these babies on a light weight durable piece of cloth or canvas.|
As usual Anodson has created an extrodinary map!
P.S. Eric exactly which program do you use to create your beautilful maps. Heck another selling point for Greyhawk is that Anodson maps are free and their better than any thing ever seen in published works.
|#5simpiMay 01, 2004 11:52:44|
Originally posted by Argon
We printed one out and laminated it. It has the added benefit that you can draw over it if you want to add your own villages, etc. and wipe them off later when needed.
|#6eric_anondsonMay 01, 2004 13:03:13||Thanks everyone!|
Originally posted by Argon
I draw everything out in Photoshop.
If I'm having trouble preciselly locating locations, rivers, sites and coasts, then I sketch it all out in pencil and scan it in. But it's ALL done in Photoshop.
|#7zombiegleemaxMay 01, 2004 16:18:09||Anondson: Great maps, now if only I had a color printer, heh.|
How expensive is photoshop, is it hard to learn, and where could I get it? I'd like to be able to make maps even half as good, mine are scribbled on paper right now and I'm tired of mountains that look like this: /\/\/\/\/\
|#8joelat713_dupMay 02, 2004 6:53:45||Thank you, Eric. I am extremely grateful for your efforts. Your maps are works of art. Beautiful!|