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Installation instructions inside! I hope you enjoy these. These are wonderful! Just there at the bottom of the post. But since my computer is a slow piece of junk i cant do anything to cool.
But this makes my life so much easier and I just want to say thank you for making these awesome icons! Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Hi, I'm Ross, the aspiring artist behind these maps! T-shirts, mugs, posters, and more fantasy-themed stuff:. Thank you! Related Posts. Bo December 8, Michelle December 20, Ross McConnell December 21, Filip April 23, Ross McConnell April 24, Filip May 22, Thanks for that but Coudl you tell me haw can I add it to wonderdraft please?
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Corrin rounded the corner, his momentum sending him sliding across the mud and into a nearby wall. He might have braced with his arm but he could not afford to drop what he held. For a moment he stopped to collect his breath and fight the fiery burn in his legs. The sound of heavy boots and metal armor approached from the main road. Hearing them, Corrin rose from the wall and continued his escape. Canals, bridges, and small docks flew past as he charged between sodden alleys.
He was unsure of whether they were tracking him or the object he carried, but nothing seemed to distance him from the pursuing guards.
He had to be more creative. Corrin threw himself across the street and down a set of stairs beside the stone bridge. Gasps and insults trailed behind him from those that narrowly avoided colliding with the rag-clad blur. He quickly ducked under the arched structure, hugging close to the wall and rifling through his jacket pocket. His mouth opened to question as Corrin produced a small lump of gum arabic with a curl of black at its center. Some arcane whispers and a traced sigil later, Corrin vanished from sight.
A group of three larger men, all coated in clean plate and brandishing various weapons, clanked their way under the bridge. One continued straight for the beggar, barking commands with the point of his sword. His two companions stopped short, guarding the area only steps from where Corrin was watching. Whether by plain inability or misguided honor, the man could not manage an explanation. His interrogator had escalated to shoving and direct threats, itching to vent his rage. Corrin himself was frozen against the bricks, one hand clutching his prize and the other covering his own mouth.
If their third would stop screaming, they might hear him. Clearly harboring the same frustrations, they began to move. One returned to the bridge, drawing a bow as he disappeared above. The other sighed, lowering his head and swearing from within his helmet. Then, he stopped. Corrin watched, unsure. His stomach sank. Beneath the guard, a line of muddied footprints traced from the stairs and to where Corrin now stood.Free Resources on Roll All rights reserved.
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Roll20 for iPad. Community Toggle Dropdown. Easy way to match grid sizes? Permalink Quote. I have a few maps on my computer that already have grids on them but I am having problems resizing them to match roll20's grid size. I've spent a couple hours fiddling with the height and width of the map but still cant get it to line up even after resizing the image in photoshop to make sure each square is pixels.
Is there any way to do this easier? Press 'alt' when moving or resizing an object to manipulate it independent of the grid.With Game of Thrones coming to an end you might be looking for a new fantasy series to take over your life—so why not make one yourself?
Wonderdraft is a fantasy map creation tool that might be just what you're looking for. I started playing with it this weekend, and while I haven't produced anything remotely as cool as some of the amazing creations you'll see linked below, I still found it easy to use and bursting with options. Here's a timelapse trailer that begins with procedural generation of landmasses and then speeds through the placement of cliffs, mountains, hills, forests, rivers, lakes, towns, cities, paths, and more.
You can randomly generate an entire world map or focus on just a continent or some islands and atolls. Sliders let you choose how craggy and detailed you want the coastlines to be and how much water you want to fill your map. Once you're happy with the generated map, you can use finer tools to add or remove land, shape coastlines, add rivers and lakes, and start planting mountains and trees, either one at a time or by painting them on with a brush.
There are tons of ready-made symbols you can plop down too, to create villages, towns, and entire cities, which you can then join with roads and paths. Castles and buildings come in various art styles there are even a handful of sci-fi structures if you're creating something futuristic and you can import your own custom assets as well.Revisiting Wonderdraft 1 Year On - Is It Still the Best Map Maker? - Icarus Games
With the various themes and color palates available you can create a distinct and original fantasy map of your own to rival Westeros and Middle-earth. Just take a quick scroll down the Wonderdraft subreddit and see what some of its users have been working on.
My only wish would be for a bit more procedural generation than just landmasses. It'd be cool if things like rivers, mountains, and forests could be randomly populated as well and then I could go in and make adjustments this is mainly because I'm lazy. But it's all pretty intuitive to use, even if you're not particularly artistic. Its creator, Megasploot, is still adding new features and improvements.
You can see more examples of some of the maps created and a few tutorials on Megasploot's YouTube channel. There's also a wiki and links to more tutorials here. Please deactivate your ad blocker in order to see our subscription offer. Christopher Livingston.
See comments. Topics map editor.One thing that can really help you as a budding author or just as a nerd is having a map of your work.
Take it from me, as someone who has made hand drawn maps on everything from schoolwork to old napkins, it really helps to plan your novel. Thankfully, there are some amazing options for map making out there. A map of Illistra made in Inkarnate. Like, really good. With out paying for their Pro Membership you can easily spend hours creating maps.
Of course, there are limitations. For me, the saddest part was the size limit by pixels in the free version. A Map of Illistra made in Wonderdraft.
Wonderdraft is, in my opinion, one of the greatest things ever created by mankind. Seriously, the map pictured above took me less than an hour to create. This is amazing. Being a struggling author myself, and also always wanting ti make maps, this is gonna help me out a bunch! Saving this post for reference. Pros: Free Runs in your browser Easy to use interface Lots of custom assets to add to your map You can save your work and come back later Cons: Not as much customization as Wonderdraft The free assets are pretty basic Map size is limited A Map of Illistra made in Wonderdraft Wonderdraft is, in my opinion, one of the greatest things ever created by mankind.
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Life Lessons from The Legend of Zelda. Quotes for Writers. Comments This is amazing. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. What have you been doing during the quarantine? Join the List E-Mail Address.Wonderdraft  has the ability to add a hex grid to your map using the Overlay tools. You can choose the orientation, size, line width and color. You can't however get coordinates for your hexes. Coordinates are very handy if you are creating a gazetteer to describe where particular points of interest can be found on your map.
Coordinates are also handy if you are doing a hex crawl  style game. One solution is to produce a grid overlay outside of Wonderdraft  and the free tool, mkhexgridprovides a way to do that. To use it, you will need to open up a Command Prompt and change to the directory you've unzipped mkhexgrid into.
Fortunately you only need to specify a handful to get a nicely numbered overlay that you can use in Wonderdraft  or overlay it on an existing map image using a paint package like GIMP . Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Hex grid overlay made with mkhexgrid. Example: Creating a 50 px grid mkhexgrid has nearly 40 options that can be specified on the command line.
Because these are flat-topped hexes, this is face-to-face distance. This is the hexadecimal value for black. This value will depend on font chosen and font size. This example uses 50px1K. Hex grid over map image.