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Mapmaking and Terraforming

Today, finally, I get to do some more stuff for the book Dark Soldier. This time, we’re talking about world building. This is going to be super hard for me because I’m not really good at map-making. 344 more words


1,300 miles of mapping

Activity has been pretty quiet on the blog although I’ve kept up daily updates on TrailJournals However, as of last night I have reached a point at which I will take a break with the mapping process. 1,049 more words

Appalachian Trail

The Amazing Portolan Maps; 26-March-2015

Navigation is tough for me. Thanks to Google maps and help from people, I find my way. Maps are an essential to explorers, travelers, and navigators Cartography is an art and a science both. 63 more words

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Stories From Forgotten Space (March)

Stories From Forgotten Space builds on 2014 Mapmaking with the aim of taking the most prominent features of the project a little further.

The previous section of Stories from Forgotten Space can be found here: 2,881 more words

21st Century

World Maps as Narrative Aids

Yesterday, I wrote that narrative immersion in table-top RPGs can be achieved, among other ways, through maps. Today, I want to share a few of the maps I’ve created over the years for my own campaigns. 1,126 more words

Dungeons And Dragons

Blog: Maps, Games and Children's Fiction

It’s funny how quickly time can slip away from you when you’re busy. I can’t believe it has been almost three weeks since my last post! 576 more words


Hello again.

So it’s been a while.

30 second recap. I left Scotland for the homeland (Australia.) I got engaged to a wonderful, brilliant girl by the name of Alex Mullarky. 242 more words