I’m excited to guide you through a personal exploration, unveiling the complexities and inspirations that lie beneath the surface of three of my darkest creations.—a series of asset packs designed to plunge fantasy map enthusiasts into realms steeped in darkness, horror, and grim fantasy. Join me as I share the unique blend of historical influences, fantastical elements, and personal anecdotes that shaped these haunting collections.
Woke up Sunday and decided to build a bridge.
Today, I am thrilled to share with you the story behind the creation of my latest endeavor—a versatile assets pack designed for fantasy maps across diverse eras. One particular genre of maps that captivates my imagination and has gained widespread popularity among enthusiasts and fantasy aficionados is the top-down city and local map.
In this article, I will discuss the defining characteristics of the steampunk genre and its potential connections to the art of creating fantasy maps. Additionally, I will illustrate various correlations between steampunk and historical reality.
In this article, I will discuss various significant decorative elements found in antique maps and fantasy maps, exploring their importance and utility.
In this article, I will briefly discuss the significant advantage of regional maps over world maps and why it is useful not only to create a world map within the art of worldbuilding.
The post-apocalyptic genre has captured the imaginations of audiences for decades. From films like Mad Max to video games like Fallout and Wasteland, these fictional worlds have become incredibly popular. I’ll briefly introduce the post-apocalyptic genre here, and then I’ll draw connections to the art of fantasy maps.
A post about what you might want to purchase xd
A convenient summary of one of my most popular asset pack collections with some special context.
So you’ve got a .png pack of assets and the program Other World Mapper. Now what!