My first shot at an isometric battle map: a happy little bridge!
This watery battle map is begging for a Sahuagin camp, harpy nest, or pirate landing!
Though the arena has existed for longer than records can tell, it has recently become the base of operations for the powerful Grey Banner mercenaries.
My new brush pens arrived in the mail today and were immediately put to the test in creating this winding road…
I recently joined the Crit Academy podcast crew for an interview. If you’d like to know more about my RPG history and map-making-methods (as well as the other interesting things they cover) check it out below!
This video guide explains how to use my Castle Walls Tileset to build your own custom castle in Roll20.
In this video I explain the foundational discipline of “flatting” and my personal method. It is an excellent practice that makes layer manipulation and color tweaking very simple in all stages of your coloring process.
This FREE and decidedly nameless port town map is made possible once again by my wonderful Patrons. Thank you, everyone!
This FREE bridge map marks an exciting transition for 2-Minute Table Top! Thanks to our amazing community of Patrons, I am happy to publish this map under a Creative Commons license. Not only does that mean it’s free, but you are welcome to share it and incorporate it into your own material! More info below…
A battle map combo inspired by the brilliant colors of Japan in autumn, featuring a rock garden and tea house.
Two shrine maps and a collection of tokens with which to decorate them!