Thursday, January 25, 2018

Maps! Fief Bend & Smugglers Dock

Fief Bend is very close to completion. I wanted this post to actually be the digital release post, but ultimately I've squandered an enormous amount of time this week. Edit Post: Fief Bend is finished you can get it right here.

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I've been busy updating my blog, reading this book: How To Make Money Blogging: How I Replaced My Day Job With My Blog, which is obviously about blogging/money (Ha!); and trying to figure out how "the Facebook" actually functions as a platform. For the most part, two of those were enormous wastes of time... The book was decent enough to get a couple ideas from at least. Also, for once in very long time, I'm very behind on some of my freelance writing stuff.

Map! Fief Bend Working
And because it's been noted twice before... Those little squares in the center is my color palette (will not be in the final render). All that's left on this one, is finishing up the road,  and couple of color details.

Smuggler's Dock is progressing nicely... But with this one I need to do some-things I've never done before. Also, the details of the sandy beach is creating it's own problem; lack of black lines of any kind, beside the buildings & dock, might be another. This one is for an upcoming 5E (I think) adventure book Kickstarter, so maybe I'm trying too hard?

Smuggler's Dock Working

Not that you asked for it but that's that, for the progress report. Though I've certainly noticed each of these projects eating up more and more time... The overall quality has certainly gotten better. If I can get caught up with the writing, Fief Bend should be available for purchase right before the end of this month.

Like all products in the Map! line Fief Bend will be available as a Pay What You Want product at here, and RPGNow here... Essentially free, but if you have guilt about getting something for free... I gladly accept tips! No amount is too small and every little bit helps me keep these projects going. And if you have already: Thank you for your Patronage!

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