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For the 15th of October I tried something a little more adventurous and a whole lot more deadly. The lethal addition for this #inktober drawing was a lava jumping challenge. As if plunging to your molten death wasn't challenging enough on its own, the little stone islands gets progressively smaller
Heading west out of the large semi-natural Dwarven cavern, we make our way up a heavily used stone staircase. As we reach the last step we see why these steps were so heavily worn... a sprawling Tavern. Amongst the empty chairs, deserted tables and dusty bottles, a stone well drops
For the 13th drawing of our #inktober map, we find our weary way south from the Shrine. As you pass through another thick blue curtain, the walls turn back to natural stone. Before you a vast cavern like room has been carved from what was probably a natural opening. Large,
Man was I dreading this day. Potions!? How do you draw a POTIONS themed room from a lofty position high above a dungeon. What can you add to a Dungeons and Dragons map to make people think, potions?! Surely my penmanship isn't good enough to draw individual potions I was
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Dungeons and Dragons (D&D), Pathfinder and many other Table Top Role Playing Games (TTRPGs) can see whole tables stuffed with gloriously painted miniature. Ranging from green orcs and gnarly trees, to glittering gold dragons and shadow monsters. Importantly for starter or new Dungeon Masters, table top role-playing games don't need
Stretching forth from the barren ground, a dark glimmering Mage's tower dominates the landscape. That would have worked for 10th October's #inktober, however I built my dungeon map entirely underground... so that makes tower building troublesome. I decided I'd make the entrance of the dungeon map, not a shrine as
Another #inktober dungeon map I'm late with, whoops! This #inktober dungeon map addition see's us adding a maze element. Here we've added a highly trapped maze to our original entrance stairs. I wanted to also add a lot of vertical movement too, so there are lots of stairs and passageways
Damn I got behind in my Inktober drawing! This D&D map doesn't draw itself. Thankfully a lot of people on Twitter encouraged me not to feel down and to just carry on when I got a chance. Therefore I present the fire room Even though I'm 3 days behind with
Day 7 of #Inktober finds us stumbling upon a small training room, just south of the armoury. Several hay targets are setup at the far end of the room, with various arrows fired down range. It seems the shooters varied considerably in skill! 3 melee combat dummies hang front the
Today's the 6th of October, which also means its out 6th drawing for #inktober We double back from our recently discovered prison cell, only to discover a highly defended armoury. The circular doorway into the armoury is almost two foot thick of solid stone and metalwork. Unlocked however, it rolls
We continue on our 5th day of #inktober to proceed further into the underground dungeon. As we head west from the recently discovered marble altar room, we pass through another thick curtain to a small balcony. Steps both North and South lead down to an intermediate level before descending further
I can't believe it but we hit 250 twitter followers on our Dungeons and Dragons Twitter account @PSJMaps this week. It was only last week we broke 200 on Twitter, so that's a huge increase in followers. Thank you so much. TL;DR - How to enter our Twitter competition Update: