This weekend, the Wars of the Vaubarian Succession (1704) have been at the fore, with two infantry units being worked on at the painting table.
Meanwhile, I've also been working on the campaign background, including the maps.
Here is a map of Vaubaria
No fancy software or anything of that sort involved. I just sketched this out, then got the coloured crayons out... a bit of tongue out the side of mouth work does wonders!
Coming soon, maps of the whole Vaubaria - Astrovia region), and a map of the key area of operations between these two states.
Your map looks beautiful. Cheers, KarlReplyDelete
Very nice looking map!ReplyDelete
I'm looking forward to seeing more of your maps. They are inspiring.ReplyDelete
Looking forward to more.ReplyDelete
Thx for your comments. I love doing maps, and I'm currently working on a regional map taking in the whole of the campaign area.ReplyDelete
It makes a nice interlude when painting large numbers of figures... and additional element to the hobby.
Phil, I have loved this map since you first posted it, and look forward to the regional version. To me it embodies the quintessential features of an Imagi-Nation campaign! Cheers, Rohan.ReplyDelete
Nice little map. I wish I could similar. I keep trying to do computer generated ones that never seem to work so never get further. Maybe I need to break out the crayons!ReplyDelete
Look forward to seeing more.
Making such maps looks like time well spent - very therapeutic.ReplyDelete
This something I think I might try, many thanks for the inspiration.