Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Michael Tumey
2,317 followers -
Graphic designer, fantasy cartographer, and game developer.
Graphic designer, fantasy cartographer, and game developer.

2,317 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
Over the last 2 days, I've been working on an upscale Saxon Ring Fort, which could also serve as an Iron Age hill fort or a viking stronghold. Too often "barbarian" strongholds are depicted as overly primitive cultures. Barbarians were often fairly civilized and advanced in technology, but because they are different - language, customs, dress, to socalled civilized cultures they are considered "barbarous". Presumably, the residents of the town dwell within walls outside of the hill fort. At bottom, left to right: spring house, brewery, watch tower, smith, and granary. At top is left to right: oracle's hut, the worship tree, and stables. At center is the long hall. This map is 72 x 72, so should easily fit Roll20.
Photo

Post has attachment
Over the last 2 days, I've been working on an upscale Saxon Ring Fort, which could also serve as an Iron Age hill fort or a viking stronghold. Too often "barbarian" strongholds are depicted as overly primitive cultures. Barbarians were often fairly civilized and advanced in technology, but because they are different - language, customs, dress, to socalled civilized cultures they are considered "barbarous". Presumably, the residents of the town dwell within walls outside of the hill fort. At bottom, left to right: spring house, brewery, watch tower, smith, and granary. At top is left to right: oracle's hut, the worship tree, and stables. At center is the long hall. This map is 72 x 72, so should easily fit Roll20.
Photo

Post has attachment
Over the last 2 days, I've been working on an upscale Saxon Ring Fort, which could also serve as an Iron Age hill fort or a viking stronghold. Too often "barbarian" strongholds are depicted as overly primitive cultures. Barbarians were often fairly civilized and advanced in technology, but because they are different - language, customs, dress, to socalled civilized cultures they are considered "barbarous". Presumably, the residents of the town dwell within walls outside of the hill fort. At bottom, left to right: spring house, brewery, watch tower, smith, and granary. At top is left to right: oracle's hut, the worship tree, and stables. At center is the long hall. This map is 72 x 72, so should easily fit Roll20.
Photo

Post has attachment
Over the last 2 days, I've been working on an upscale Saxon Ring Fort, which could also serve as an Iron Age hill fort or a viking stronghold. Too often "barbarian" strongholds are depicted as overly primitive cultures. Barbarians were often fairly civilized and advanced in technology, but because they are different - language, customs, dress, to socalled civilized cultures they are considered "barbarous". Presumably, the residents of the town dwell within walls outside of the hill fort. At bottom, left to right: spring house, brewery, watch tower, smith, and granary. At top is left to right: oracle's hut, the worship tree, and stables. At center is the long hall. This map is 72 x 72, so should easily fit Roll20.
Photo

Post has attachment
Over the last 2 days, I've been working on an upscale Saxon Ring Fort, which could also serve as an Iron Age hill fort or a viking stronghold. Too often "barbarian" strongholds are depicted as overly primitive cultures. Barbarians were often fairly civilized and advanced in technology, but because they are different - language, customs, dress, to socalled civilized cultures they are considered "barbarous". Presumably, the residents of the town dwell within walls outside of the hill fort. At bottom, left to right: spring house, brewery, watch tower, smith, and granary. At top is left to right: oracle's hut, the worship tree, and stables. At center is the long hall. This map is 72 x 72, so should easily fit Roll20.
Photo

Post has attachment
Over the last 2 days, I've been working on an upscale Saxon Ring Fort, which could also serve as an Iron Age hill fort or a viking stronghold. Too often "barbarian" strongholds are depicted as overly primitive cultures. Barbarians were often fairly civilized and advanced in technology, but because they are different - language, customs, dress, to socalled civilized cultures they are considered "barbarous". Presumably, the residents of the town dwell within walls outside of the hill fort. At bottom, left to right: spring house, brewery, watch tower, smith, and granary. At top is left to right: oracle's hut, the worship tree, and stables. At center is the long hall. This map is 72 x 72, so should easily fit Roll20.
Photo

Post has attachment
Over the last 2 days, I've been working on an upscale Saxon Ring Fort, which could also serve as an Iron Age hill fort or a viking stronghold. Too often "barbarian" strongholds are depicted as overly primitive cultures. Barbarians were often fairly civilized and advanced in technology, but because they are different - language, customs, dress, to socalled civilized cultures they are considered "barbarous". Presumably, the residents of the town dwell within walls outside of the hill fort. At bottom, left to right: spring house, brewery, watch tower, smith, and granary. At top is left to right: oracle's hut, the worship tree, and stables. At center is the long hall. This map is 72 x 72, so should easily fit Roll20.
Photo

Post has attachment
Over the last 2 days, I've been working on an upscale Saxon Ring Fort, which could also serve as an Iron Age hill fort or a viking stronghold. Too often "barbarian" strongholds are depicted as overly primitive cultures. Barbarians were often fairly civilized and advanced in technology, but because they are different - language, customs, dress, to socalled civilized cultures they are considered "barbarous". Presumably, the residents of the town dwell within walls outside of the hill fort. At bottom, left to right: spring house, brewery, watch tower, smith, and granary. At top is left to right: oracle's hut, the worship tree, and stables. At center is the long hall. This map is 72 x 72, so should easily fit Roll20.
Photo

Post has attachment
Over the last 2 days, I've been working on an upscale Saxon Ring Fort, which could also serve as an Iron Age hill fort or a viking stronghold. Too often "barbarian" strongholds are depicted as overly primitive cultures. Barbarians were often fairly civilized and advanced in technology, but because they are different - language, customs, dress, to socalled civilized cultures they are considered "barbarous". Presumably, the residents of the town dwell within walls outside of the hill fort. At bottom, left to right: spring house, brewery, watch tower, smith, and granary. At top is left to right: oracle's hut, the worship tree, and stables. At center is the long hall. This map is 72 x 72, so should easily fit Roll20.
Photo

Post has attachment
Here's the final version of the City of Four Strong isometric map located at Beaufort, South Carolina, location, with palmetto trees and piers added near the villages - done!
Photo
Wait while more posts are being loaded