Thursday, April 3, 2014

ASE Map - The Denethix Area

Sure ASE 1 by Patrick Wetmore has some nice maps in it, but I went and decided to draw the area map around Denethix (ASE's 'point of light') in my own overland style.  Use it how you will - player map immediately comes to mind.  It's only vaguely to scale, but that's part of the fun.

Use them however you like.

Black and White
A Psychedelic Sepia Sort of Version

12 comments:

  1. Excellent stuff. I'm just starting to run some ASE, and your blog is incredibly inspiring.

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  2. I can only concur with Scrivener on all accounts :) Keep up the inspiring work!

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    1. Thanks folks. The map was sitting an old folder for 6 months so it's nice to finish it.

      Any thoughts on the acid orange?

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  3. I'm really liking the acid orange sepia map.

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  4. Argh, this is fantastic and makes me want to drop everything and start up my ASE campaign again. Thank you for this!

    (As for the colors, I'd probably hand out the B&W one to players and keep the orange for myself.)

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    1. Why not? You can just make the Worthless North Carcosa for a double whammy. I you do I'll draw a livid fens map (i.e. the map South of this one), a Bee Coast (the map West of this one), or a Certopsian plains (East) in the same style.

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  5. Really nice work Gus, that must have taken a while. I will be giving a copy of that to my players on A3 because it is just so much nicer than the one they have now.

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  6. Interesting. How do you apply the color? It´s some kind of filter or it´s drawn with the hand?

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    1. Color was added later with Gimp and then the piece was filtered a bit.

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  7. How come I did not not notice this sooner, I have to print these for my players.

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  8. I missed this when you posted, but it is awesome!

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