Friday, August 14, 2009

There Is No Map Of That Dread Place

It's not directly tome related, but Jon Decker was nice enough to give me a heads-up about a Photoshop brush set of archaic maps he posted on his blog.


Jon said...

Thanks for the shoutout.

If it's tome making you're doing, consider that these brushes need not be used in their entirety. I suggest using a coastline or other characteristic and eliminating the rest of the image thereby creating the illusion of a new unidentifiable mapped region.

I'll see if I can put together some Antarctica or Lovecraftian location related maps for this community.

Keep in touch, oh, ruler of Propnomicon and its lands therein.

Propnomicon said...

Oh, the map brushes are brilliant. I was just too lazy to explain how people could use them. From hanging around on some of the scrapbooking sites I've been getting a real appreciation for the layered, multi-textured method of presentation. That's something these would be ideal for.

affliction said...

So it boils down to Lovecraftian scrapbooking, now. Thanks, Jon, for producing great stuff!