Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Mistwyk Map

Some of you will recognize Owlbear Maps' new fishing village from its previous incarnation here on the blog as Nenlast. I redrew the buildings and some of the trees, added a grid, and put it up for sale here on RPGNow.com. Check it out!

11 comments:

David said...

I bought both of your maps. Love your work and happy to have a way to support it. Hope you get a chance to post here more often!

Miles Regan said...

I bought this one to. I prefer hand drawn maps over computer generated ones. I also like your cartoony style, it makes it seem like A fun happy place to visit. I will be using these for Runequest6 campaign im building. I'm giving up on my D&D4e, its getting too cumbersome at the paragon level. I highly recommend RQ6 if you ever want to try anouther system. Well good luck on your little side job, I hope you make more stuff.

Brandon Kruse said...

Thanks for the purchases, men, but blog comments are my true motivation! I have more in the works (as time allows).

Role Play Craft said...

Just came across your blog, linked from Dead Simple Roleplaying. Really loving your style, man.

pwgrier said...

Bought up sight unseen, really. Really like your work, from the awesome 3d depiction of the 4ed version of Keep on the Borderlands, to your maps of Fallcrest, which we used to finish our epic campaign. Looking forward to more purchases of your maps in the future :)

Brandon Kruse said...
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Brandon Kruse said...

Thanks guys! I'm going to use your kind words to power me through getting the next map done!

Marc Mundet said...

Hi;

I bought both of your maps and love them, i'm planning to use them on an upcoming Torchbearer campaign.
Is it possible to get the whole maps in a single image? I haven't found a way so far.

Thanks and keep the good maps comming.

Brandon Kruse said...

Marc, Thanks for the business! I think I will put full-size maps in upcoming editions, since there seems to be demand. Let me figure out a way to get something to you.

Amy said...

I love your maps and am pleased to see you posting again - after a wee hiatus. Hope you come into buckets of cash, become independently wealthy and spend much time on fantasy cartography !

Dammann said...

Discovered your work through DTRPG, and I am very glad I did! Your style fits the existing tone of my game very well.

I'd like to get the full size maps, too. We use a projector for maps, so the higher the resolution, the better for us.

Thank you so much for what you do! I'll be watching this blog and keeping an eye out for your releases on DTRPG!