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So, these two little doodlemaps are kind of a big deal for me. It is the first time in over four years that I attempted to draw a map digitally instead of using traditional ink and paper.
It is significantly better than I expected this experiment to turn out.
Ron Bishop said:
What software are you using?
Kevin Campbell said:
Yep, these look great! Are these all digital then? Did you get a tablet thing? I thought for a minute that you got a grey marker. These really look hand drawn by you, but somehow a little different.
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Guy Royse ᚷᚨᛁ᛫ᚱᛟᛁᛊ (@guyroyse) said:
They look pretty good. I’d love to see a video on your YouTube channel on how you made these.
I’ve tried copying your style to make some of my own maps using an Apple iPad Pro, Pencil, and Procreate. I import a drawing into a layer and drop the transparency until I can only just see it. I found it worked pretty well. I even did a GURPS character record sheet that imitated your D&D 5e one that way. Can send it to you if you like. Most of the actual drawing is mine rather than a direct trace, but the style is an obvious clone of yours. The maps and drawings are just for me.
I have great admiration for you doing yours by hand!