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Here’s a quick, small map that was a first test of a new fountain pen.  Pretty happy with this (the pen, that is, not the map; the map is just a doodle on a 3×5 card). I haven’t been posting maps as much as I had been, so it’s good to have something, even…

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Based on the premise of the Five Minute map, this is a Norse Themed Church that will one day, be a map for my campaign. 

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A small map I made on a 4 inch by 5 inch sketch pad.
Could be a sky fortress with a planar gate as an entrance as noted.
A maze leads to some sort of fortress which is probably inhabited by something nasty or certainly not happy with anyone visiting uninvited. 
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The Caladane Complex - a small subterranian outpost.  This was done as a #FridayFiveMinuteMap   and was made with correction tape on the back of a black file folder.  I only had a medium marker handy at my desk, hence the chunky symbols and poor secret door markers :(

I was using the correction tape  for its intended purpose and figured it might make a nice negative-space corridor if used on a dark background....so here is the result!

Contrast was improved after the 5 minutes in Gimp, with the title, compass and hex grid rendered, courtesy of my hex grid script... http://registry.gimp.org/node/15852
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This took much longer than 5 minutes but thought it would be cool to post it to this page. Here is the 1st continent in my homebrew world. RPG: World Building 1st Continent WIP RPG: World Building 1st Continent WIP

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Friday Five Minute Map

Closer to ten minutes with inking.

#fridayfiveminutemap #map
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Five Minute Map Friday: SEE THE EGG!
#fiveminutemapfriday #fridayfiveminutemap  
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#fridayfiveminutemap  
From the suggestion by +eric holden "borscht"
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Dungeon complex made under a bark by bark beattle found in Bieszczady Mountains in Poland. Looks nice. I think that work took much more time than 5 minutes, but... its worth to publish. Good job mr. bark beattle.
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