We are very happy to release another great Annual issue by Pär Lindström. Originally designed for the adventure collection Mythos Expeditions by Pelgrane Press, the style came out too beautiful to not make it into an Annual issue. The style lets you depict the itinerary and visited locations for modern journeys or expeditions as would be found in many modern horror or pulp adventures.
Quick and easy to use the Modern Journeys style lets you whip up a gorgeously illustrated maps in minutes. Choose from 150 Symbols to depict your locations, show the travel routes and identify the mode of transportation used.
As a subscriber you can download the September Annual issue from your registration page. If you haven’t subscribed to the Annual 2014, you can do so here.
The December issue of the Annual 2011 is now available. It contains a companion style to April’s “1930s Floorplans”, reproducing the city maps of 1930s Baedeker travel guides. These make perfect handouts for period horror or pulp games.
Despite this being the December issue, the 2011 Annual is not quite done yet. As we released the June issue as a free download, we’ll be adding one more issue later this month.
October 2011: Treasure Maps
We’ve just released the October Annual for subscribers to download: A beautiful map style inspired by classic fiction treasure maps. It allows users to easily create handouts for their game and set their players on the trail of that elusive treasure hoard.
September 2011: Military Operations
Due to after-GenCon demands and vacation times, we didn’t get around to posting about the September Annual when it was released. Here is sneak peek at the military operations type maps that can be created with its included style.
The May issue of the Cartographer’s Annual 2011 has been available since Sunday. It contains a new style to draw modern road atlas maps, both on a regional or local level:
Modern City Street Map
We’ve released the April issue of the current Annual. The included floorplan style is inspired by the maps in vintage (1930s) Baedeker travel guides – just perfect for your pulp or horror games .
National Gallery Berlin done in CC3