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Here are some books where I have cartography credits.
“If you love designing cities for your campaign world but are handicapped by the inability to draw city plans this is something to pounce upon.” – Review from DrivethruRPG
City by the Sea, a new offering from Tommi Salama cartographer for Adventure Quartelry, gives you a new local to use in any campaign! This elegant, coastal city is anything but simple with labeled and spoiler-free unlabeled versions, gorgeous color maps, plus a version split for larger printing in Letter pages so you can lay it across the table.
Tommi Salama cartographer for Adventure Quarterly, and AdventureaWeek, presents the right map for your river exploration needs with Rite Map Pack: “River Isle”.
“A neat, beautiful map, testament to the immense talent of Tommi Salama” – Endzeitgeist.com review
Tommi Salama cartographer for Adventure Quarterly, and AdventureaWeek, presents the right map for your pirate cove needs with Rite Map Pack: “Ocean Cave”.
“The art on these is top notch and if this specific map is one you’re looking for, it’s well worth getting.” -Review from DrivethruRPG
Tommi Salama cartographer for Adventure Quarterly, and AdventureaWeek, presents the right map for your river crossing needs with Rite Map Pack: “River Rapids”. This multi-page PDF allows you to print out both battlemaps at a 1 square=1 inch scale as a letter-format map and is also available in a printer-friendly light grayscale version.
Rise of the Drow: The Commander of Malice is a D&D 3.5 and Pathnder Roleplaying Game compatible adventure that takes four to six 16th-
18th level PCs to 20th level.
“The cartography in this book is rendered in stunning, gorgeous full color by the hands of Tommi Salama.” -Endzeitgeist.com review
Welcome to the latest issue of Adventure Quarterly, now with new hand drawn cartography by Tommi Salama and all original art to help create encounters and stories you want to be a part of. Where creative designers cut their teeth, or continue to sink seasoned canines, into the meat of what makes an enjoyable adventure.
A thriving village is the last thing a traveller expects to find on a cracked and blasted volcanic plain belching lava and poisonous gases. However, Vulcanbridge defies expectations and offers a haven for wayward souls and desperate travellers alike. Primarily home to dwarven and gnomish engineers and miners, the village also attracts adventurers and greedy merchants keen to turn a healthy profit. The village relies on trading its considerable wealth for necessities, and this influx of wealth has also attracted the wrong kind of attention. Vulcanbridge seems like a tempting target to raiders who see an isolated village endowed with treasure. This threat adds to the dangers posed by the environment itself and the fiery creatures dwelling in the magmatic caverns beneath the plain. Then there are the dark rumours the deep-dwelling owner of all the treasure harvested by the villagers has awoken and intends to take it all back…
Where the waves of the Endless Sea lazily roll into a rocky inlet lies the small svirfneblin fishing village of Deephearth. Hidden in a seldom used tunnel network, the svirfneblins of Deephearth lead quiet lives unnoticed by the many lurking dangers of the Ebon Realm. Recently an earthquake blocked the mouth of the inlet where Deephearth is sitting, but the village itself escaped the event damaged. However, lately svirfneblins have gone missing. At first fishing boats disappeared without a trace, but now even villagers have disappeared from their own beds! The villagers look to their leaders for guidance, but the council is unable to act, as one of their own is among the missing.
Town Backdrops are short, richly detailed supplements that each present a single town ready to insert into almost any home campaign. Perfect for use as a waystop on the road to adventure, as an adventure site themselves or as a PC’s home, Town Backdrop present the details so the busy GM can focus on crafting exciting, compelling adventures.
The pdf’s b/w-cartography (of which you can download player-friendly versions on Raging Swan’s homepage for free!) is just as awesome as I’ve come to expect from the series.
Village Backdrops are short, richly detailed supplements that each present a single village ready to insert into almost any home campaign. Perfect for use as a waystop on the road to adventure, as an adventure site themselves or as a PC’s home, Village Backdrop present the details so the busy GM can focus on crafting exciting, compelling adventures.
Welcome to Stoneholme, capital city of the dweorg dwarves of the Underworld!
This digital VTT map pack includes four maps for adventuring within Stoneholme and the surrounding caverns.
An obsidian tower has been located in the deep desert! Virtual Tabletop Maps – High Resolution Image Files.