How to draw a map by torstan cartography resource tool how to tutorial instructions | Create your own roleplaying game material w/ RPG Bard: www.rpgbard.com | Writing inspiration for Dungeons and Dragons DND D&D Pathfinder PFRPG Warhammer 40k Star Wars Shadowrun Call of Cthulhu Lord of the Rings LoTR + d20 fantasy science fiction scifi horror design | Not Trusty Sword art: click artwork for source

How to draw a map by torstan cartography resource tool how to tutorial instructions

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Favorite Cartographers: Erwin Raisz

Erwin Raisz map symbols for representing physical geography, such as vegetation and mountains

emma mcnally http://socks-studio.com/2012/03/15/emma-mcnallys-fields-charts-soundings-cartographies/

Emma McNally’s Fields, Charts, Soundings Cartographies

emma mcnally http://socks-studio.com/2012/03/15/emma-mcnallys-fields-charts-soundings-cartographies/

Asvirus 39 - 2013 ink on paper mounted to panel 8.75 x 5 x 2.25 in

ARTFINDER: Asvirus 39 by Derek Lerner - 2013 ink on paper mounted to wood panel x 5 x in. Wood panel is a re-purposed/recycled/reused/reclaimed cigar box and ready to hang.

How to draw mountains on Fantasy Maps, by fantasticmaps.com map cartography resource tool how to tutorial instructions | Create your own roleplaying game material w/ RPG Bard: www.rpgbard.com | Writing inspiration for Dungeons and Dragons DND D&D Pathfinder PFRPG Warhammer 40k Star Wars Shadowrun Call of Cthulhu Lord of the Rings LoTR + d20 fantasy science fiction scifi horror design | Not Trusty Sword art: click artwork for source

How to draw, shade, and colour a mountain range

Beautiful examples of cartographic information design are on display at Radical Cartography. Like the sample above, my favorite are the maps designed by Harold Fisk in 1944 for the Army Corps of Engineers, showing the historical traces of the Mississippi River.

Plate Sheet from the Geological Investigation of the Alluvial Valley of the Lower Mississippi River, by Harold Fisk, 1944

Art Meets Cartography: The 15,000-Year History of a River in Oregon Rendered in Data

Art Meets Cartography: The History of a River in Oregon Rendered in Data (Colossal)

Observatoire du Graphisme Contemporain

theinspirationshuffle: “ Visual Identity for the 2015 National Historical Centres Day. Check this portuguese studio with an amazing talent! Another Collective ”

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