I'm Tiffany Munro, World Building Consultant. I draw fantasy maps and design worlds for books, novels, Dungeons and Dragons, RPGs, Board and Video Games, Movies, TV, YouTube, Campgrounds, Museums, and anything that requires custom cartography.

The Kilean Archipelago – Dreams of the Dying Novel Map

Yep, it’s for an Enderal themed novel, by a writer involved with the original full conversion Skyrim mod. Nick’s work can be found and supported on Patreon. Pretty exciting! The story delves into the past of Jespar, a fan favorite from the game, expanding on the world but without requiring someone to have played the game to appreciate the novel. The two are simply adjacent works set in the same world and containing an overlapping character and themes. So someone who appreciates one or the other, of course, is going to enjoy the expanded world experience. But it’s not necessary. As for this map, lots of great new things here! A highly detailed and might I add, thematic border. An Archipelago! A jungle themed map! The setting and choice of environment is so different than the usual fantasy theme I’m handed, here we have ziggurats, we have monsters…

Overall, I have to say I’m very happy with the end result of this map. It’s energetic and full of life, very cohesive, and original. It communicates not just about the world and important locations, but about the underlying meaning of the very world itself. I’m not going to talk about the subtleties and give away the story, but I’m extremely happy with how deep and complimentary this piece of art turned out.

Next Post

Previous Post

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Ready to hire me to make your custom map or world building concept art? Click here to contact me today! Quotes are obligation-free and cost-free.

© Tiffany Munro and commissioners. This is a portfolio of commissioned work. Please do not reuse maps without permission. I have resources available for making your own map on my DeviantArt page. 2019 Feed the Multiverse

Theme by Anders Norén