Friday, August 27, 2010

Now THAT'S A Map!

From the Too Cool Not To Share Immediately Department:

A Giant Hex Map of Europe, c. 1200



On a related note, isn't it time to check out Hexographer?

8 comments:

Stargazer said...

Why do I have this almost unresistable urge to run a sandbox campaign in the 12th century? Why?!

Hehe, this in an awesome map. I wish I could do something as impressive with Hexographer.

Zachary The First said...

You and I both.

Al said...

Beautiful! Thanks for the link

DNAphil said...

@Stargazer... I am with you. I want my D&D expert set again, and to go exploring.

ChicagoWiz said...

These aren't bad. Thanks for sharing!

I'm assuming you've seen Alexis's amazing hex maps:

http://tao-dnd.blogspot.com/2010/04/it-is-not-small-world.html

http://tao-dnd.blogspot.com/2010/04/never-satisfied.html

http://tao-dnd.blogspot.com/2010/04/and-still-again.html

These are amazing maps. Genius and madness, I respect them both.

Zenfar said...

Great map, check out Historical Maps app on the iPad for other cool maps.

Greg said...

It isnt a hex map, but I made a cool campaign map in Photoshop a few months ago

Available for free here:
http://synapserpg.com/blog/?p=110

The Evil DM said...

No Lie, I just spent all my free time this morning on Hexographer turning a map of Venezuela into a high fantasy world.