Monday, March 29, 2010

Map Monday


So here's the full-size version; it's a biggun, so Blogger may not like this...

BTW, ©2010 Wizards of the Coast LLC

12 comments:

greywulf said...

Utterly wonderful, as ever. And kudos to Wizards for using everyone's favourite D&D Doodler to map their Keep.

Thank you!

PatrickW said...

Yep - it's freaking out and erroring when I try to open it.

Suggestions?

Noumenon said...

Wow, that's beautiful.

sirlarkins said...

Brilliant! Love it.

crazyred said...

Thanks grey, Noumen, my good sirlarkins.

Patrick, I've reloaded a smaller rez image, maybe that'll help.

Colmarr said...

Delicious as always.

I assume WotC gave you the go-ahead to post the full image? If so, kudos to them too for showing some faith in and openness to the fans

PatrickW said...

Was able to see it now. Don't know if it was the lower res or accessing from home (no work filter).

Thanks either way!

Scarecrow said...

I've given this to one of my players. It's the end of his campaign story arc and he has reclaimed his Father's estate, the core of which is this keep. The image really gives the place an extra dimension.
The thing I love most about your drawings are the little characters wandering about, often with carts or livestock. It really brings the location to life. It gives it a solid feeling of being a living, breathing community. I'd rather have an image like this than ten pages of fluff. It's true what they say, "a picture says a thousand words".

crazyred said...

That does my heart proud Scarecrow, thanks!

Fernando said...

Awesome job! The whole blog.
First visit but not the last. Keep on.

Thank you!

Yoo-Hoo Tom said...

Sweet Artwork. My 13yr old nephew was looking over my shoulder the first time I opened the pic. He got excited and yelled "That's the Keep!" I was so happy. Keep up the good work, hope to see your stuff in more WOTC products.

crazyred said...

Hey thanks Tom! That's what it's all about!