Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Fantasy World Map

So that's why all the elves have been coming into Dinotopia. Cartographer: Danmeth.com


By the way, the current issue of ImagineFX magazine has a workshop that I wrote with 26 tips for making fantasy maps.

12 comments:

Scorchfield said...

Wonderful, but missing Arcadia! :)

James Anderson said...

I wonder if there's a ferry running between Dinotopia and the Land of the Lost.

Brett W. McCoy said...

Very cool, but missing "The Hyborian Age" :-D

~ Rebecca said...

It probably says something about me that my second thought was 'but isn't Hyrule land-locked'?

First thought was running through all the countries that Narnia bordered to the south that aren't on there...

william said...

I believe everyone could find a fantasy place they wish was included, so I will just say good job Danmeth (btw I see Florin, so I assume Gilder is just south and therefore not on the map ;)

PatternGhost said...

I want to read about the Mordor vs. Whoville border wars!

Deborah J. Ross said...

Lovely! What a great way to start my day with a smile!

Torbjörn Källström said...

It's nice, but I'm missing "Randland" from Wheel of Time

Yasmin Foster said...

So when the Elves say they are sailing into the west, what they really meant was that they were going to Dinotopia. Haha! Elves+Dino's would be a werid mix.

Arahmynta said...

@Rebecca -Those were MY first and second thoughts too. :P We have a consensus, this map needs to be fixed.

SpeakerToManagers said...

Now we need a map (or an entire atlas) of population movements over the ages. Start with the elves, because they've done a lot moving around. Then maybe the Ent migrations from Middle Earth to Dunsinane. And all kinds of creatures have moved in and out of Nehwon; the area around Lankhmar is a nexus for gates to and from other worlds.

Michal said...

I'm sad he didn't include Hyboria