You may notice a change in style on this map from my usual style and the style used in previous volumes. Yes, it is true. I have switched up my style with Dyson Style Hatching. This style of hatching seems to get much more positive feedback than mine. It takes a wee bit longer, but I can live with it if people prefer it to my own style.
Besides, I think he likes when we call it that. :)
I first posted this on G+ with a little tweaking using the app Snapseed and people really seemed to like it, here is that image. Snapseed is pretty neat and easy to use to create some really dramatic and awesome looking images, if you have not tried it out on your phone and you have liked/used Instagram in the past, you should certainly give it a try. It turned that image to the left into the image below. Pretty badass if you ask me and I have only used the app twice now!
Blatantly inspired by +Dyson Logos's post over on his blog, I sat down today to try out my new homemade graph paper. Originally created for my Arc notebook, I am using a bluish tint to the graph to allow for easier removal later. After I experiment a little to get it right I will post it here for others to use who are also using the Arc system...which is awesome by the way. :) And here we have Tomril's Rest, cleaned up and ready for a night out.
Tomril's RestNot far from town there is a small gorge carved from the surrounding rock by a small trickle of water known as Fenril's Drip. The gorge is littered with small outcroppings, nooks and crannies. There are more than a few caves, but one is well hidden and it's doors yet to be opened by brave adventurers. This delve is known as Tomril's Rest and contains the last remains of a long forgotten hero named Tomril. He was a well known human warrior that led his people to freedom from orc hordes.