Dungeons & Dragons, Fantasy, Geomorphs, Kevin Campbell, Labyrinth Lord, Maps, Mini-Map, OSR, RPG, Urban, Village
This next set of maps from Kevin Campbell are village bits and pieces that can be stuck together in a variety of ways (like crooked geomorphs) and were drawn on index cards.
As always, I love Kevin’s tight and yet free ink style here (it almost looks like a pencil style sometimes). And these little village cards are a brilliant way to provide bits of a village as needed without having to map the whole thing out for a game.
As with all of Kevin’s maps presented here, this remains the copyright of Kevin Campbell and is reproduced here with permission. He grants license for use of the map for personal use only.
Rick Creech said:
I love the idea of these cards, would love to have a deck of them to piece together during a game on the fly! Kevin’s artwork is great! Also, just wanted to say thanks for all the maps you put up, I bought the Dyson Delves II when you put it on sale a couple weeks ago… love it! Going to use the first one today, a rogue wizard has just been unleashed from his prison and he has gone back to his base of operations to clean house. Thanks again, your work is awesome, and I love the links you post on the blog, broadens my map drawing horizons.
Is there any way you could link us to his work for these cards? This is a great idea and I’d love to see more of it.
Kevin Campbell said:
Hey David. I don’t have a web site. Dyson will be posting more every Sunday, but if you are the impatient type, you can survey my Google+ site.
Matt Kay said:
Thanks for sharing this link, Kevin. Your village cards are great! 🙂
Kevin Campbell said:
Here is a Dropbox link to higher res scans. Thanks for your kind words Matt and David. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/kwacx00o9zp680y/AADXHm5MaYmEhfTrYZTTXxQda?dl=0
Dang. You can actually hear the blacksmith’s hammer hitting the anvil as the water ripples by in that map.
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