Summercourt

So… Large cities are not fun to draw. To have a city of a decent size, you need a LOT of little houses. Now, City Designer has a very nice tool that lets you build randomized houses along a road, but a) cities aren’t just houses, and b) even if …

Tower Ruins

BOOM! The party enters the plane through a portal forcibly created using one of the many natural energy nexuses present on said plane. Unfortunately, that nexus was also in use by a necromancer in the process of one of his dark rituals. The resulting explosion destroys his tower and crushes …

Byley

  This is a map I drew for the town of Byley, which was the first town my player’s visited in our campaign. It was also one of the first maps I ever drew. First one that’s any good, anyway. I don’t usually add borders anymore, because I either send …

Kol Idos

Creating an entire world can be hard. Unless you really know what you’re doing, you’re very likely to create something quite unrealistic. For example, a common mistake when drawing rivers is to make them fork downstream, which almost never happens in reality. Is that really a big deal? Maybe not, …

Welcome!

Hello, and welcome to Undercover Yeti! This is my own little blog where I will mostly be posting the maps I create for my D&D campaign. If you see any you like, feel free to download them and use them yourself. All the maps I create and post here are …