You can see more previews of Calidar's hex maps over at Bruce's blog.
A while ago I created a Pinterest board to collect all of the Calidar maps and artwork that have been released so far. Follow Thorfinn's board World of Calidar on Pinterest. It's getting to be quite a nice collection. And of course there is a whole lot more...
Totally fascinating. Japan's Internet use is not nearly as much as you might have thought — although actually this doesn't surprise me. But what's most interesting is the difference in lifestyle between Europe and the US: Europe positively lights up in the evening, while the US seems most active during the day.
Close to a year of work on the Great Caldera's overview map came to a head last weekend, and the map is finally complete, and entering the pre-print stage. The area around Belledor's capital. Exciting times for me, as this will be the first map I've ever ha...
I've been working on this map in various stages for almost a year now, so it's wonderful to finally be drawing close to completion, and publication. June is going to be a very exciting month indeed.
Now back to mapping!
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