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I'm Tiffany Munro, World Building and Cartography 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 Land of Ras Shamara – black and white fantasy map for novel

B&W fantasy map of country right justified for contemporary fantasy novel

This map was designed to go into a novel soon to be published, Spirit Sword by Sam Ford. The release date seems to have been pushed forward to September 1. Once I have the information I’ll add it here and to the bookshelf. What I think is neat about this ons is how it’s set in the southern hemisphere. Most people write in the north, or they’ll have a set island setting! This is an interesting twist!

The mythology is also inspired by Sumarian legends, another thing I don’t see too often.

Please enjoy this hand drawn b/w fantastic beautiful sketch map and hopefully the novel Spirit Sword by Sam Ford as well! Ras Shamara seems like an interesting country to explore and I enjoyed hand lettering the calligraphy with Sumarian inspired slabs to finish off the in world style cartography that feels custom to the world.

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