Inspired by the new Star Wars movie I wanted to draw some kind of a hidden rebel base. Not a big one, more like a hideout for a small rebel cell that operates from an abandoned outpost, temple or something like that. I made the main...
This patron supported map was originally published on Patreon in January 2016.
Right after I made the Walker Wreck map, I thought that I need to make another map to go with it. I decided to continue riffing off of Star Wars The Force Awakens and ended up drawing a map of a small trading post for trading junk and other scavenged valuables for food, water, clothes and equipment. Sometimes maybe even for a ride out of the wasteland.
This map was originally published as a patron supported map on Patreon in January 2016.
The idea for this map I got from the latest Star Wars movie. In the movie Rey, a wasteland scavenger has her home in a wrecked AT-AT walker. I though that it would be a really cool idea to have some sort of hideout built inside a wrecked walker. I expanded on the idea a bit and designed the map so that the walker has fallen against a rock formation and as the walker bashed against the rocks an entrance was revealed into caves inside the big rock.
I’ve wanted to draw a map with flowing lava and narrow walkways for intense fight scenes. As we were watching Star Wars episode III, Revenge of the Sith, with my wife and kids, I decided to test the new Neopiko ink pens and Letraset bleedfree marker paper.
The movie was perfect inspiration for a map with some hot lava and perilous walkways and from the start I had a pretty good picture in my head what I was going to draw. While I was drawing the map, I pretty quickly noticed the difference between ordinary and premium marker pens and paper. Normally I would not have bought these materials, but because of the second completed Patreon goal (thanks to my awesome patrons!), I gave myself the liberty to go and buy them. The marker pens are really precise and the Promarker pens I use for shading worked really well with the paper.
So, may I present you: Furnace-5, the Lava Station