Some people already specified some missing options that would be great to have and i was going to write the same. It's definitely gonna see a lot of use in my games going forward, thank you so much. I do think its a good idea to create these lists - could provide another asset on the forum, thus bringing in more members. » Tony: « Is there a way I could pay you, this thing is amazing. . Delve into your world to find the most interesting places for your players to explore. If perhaps you are to busy, might you allow someone else to edit it to make a few more tiles and move the menu? This helps to provide a consistent backstory for the game, should you wish to use it.
Interface wise everything works as you would intuitively expect it to. I've made 5 very large maps in a variety of settings, and have been able to accomplish everything in one way or another, but the lack of holes and water are the two things that I couldn't work around. This tool is just really cool and really easy to use so that anyone can work with. I don't think you should mess around with colors as others suggested — simple is clearly better here. Also, diagonal lines would be a god-send. Do you think you can put in a click and drag option? The intent is for everyone to act as civil adults.
That way it could save hard drive space! I've been looking for something like this for years. If anyone comes up with better examples, suggest away! Is this something you can fix? I'm currently using it for a C. Every world is approximately the size of the Earth, and has its own topography: continents, islands, mountain ranges, oceans, lakes, and rivers. I can't wait to take a deeper dive into your Tool 2. For the trees it made me think you could add in water option and in the future mountains so you can make simple maps rather then just dungeons but for now this is just perfect.
What you have is simple, very useful, and time saving! » » Benny: « +1 on Water text should be movable after writing it down Exporting the Map should have the Option: With oder without Text Add black space for abyss for example Maybe add a legend, so you can add 1 in your map and describe it in your legend In General: great tool! For example, the port was part of a Norse nation founded 450 years ago, but was created 715 years ago by the Elves before they left this part of the world. Please don't leave this thing to collect dust! Using 3D graphics it displays both starmaps and the solar systems with planets and moons in orbit around the star. » Helwet: « This is the best mapping tool i know. That's how into this minimalistic map-maker. You need to set up a patreon or something so we can help you to keep this page up.
If the players come back to a town they set fire to a couple years ago, the locals are going to remember — and so will you. I'm going to try a few of these out and see what kind of craziness will ensue! I've decided to formalize the discussion of software programs, and am starting this sticky thread. With some forethought, it's negligible if you build the level from the bottom right to the top left. » TheCrazedMapLover: « That is the best map making tool I ever had to work with. It can import data from and export data to many popular file formats.
Still an awesome tool regardless! Some additional assets would be brilliant. It would also be nice if you could have more than one level. Combined with this and Dungeon Painter Studio, this takes what used to be 2 hours of sketching and turns it into maybe 15 minutes of fiddling. I'd love to see a slightly more fleshed out tool that keeps the same design philosophy you've got here. It is exactly what i've been looking for. Nothing too complicated, easy to use and learn, and very helpful. To create a simple interactive map with a more basic set of features, please see StatPlanet Lite.
Thank you for taking the time to make this! It's an odd feeling to look at these instantly-generated, detailed maps and realize that they represent nothing. It allows users to create walls and floors, place objects, insert text, and more. Ideally each grid space would be 70px, the default on Roll20. I have had this issue with Chrome and Safari haven't tried other browsers. I've been looking for a great client for making maps, and yours comes the closest to what I've been looking for. It would also be really cool if there was a pre set rooms button like 4×4 rooms or 8×4 things like that. Note that this map is a beta release, as there are some issues with the zoom feature.
I could use some grass, since I'm using this for outdoor stuff Okay, that's more than a few but it's some thing's that I'd like. » GlognarX9: « This tool is very handy and simple, thank you very much for sharing this! StatPlanet formerly StatPlanet Map Maker is free, award-winning software for creating interactive maps which are fully customizable. Beyond that, it'd be lovely to see a smoother way to move the map around, perhaps export bigger images Entire map for big works and perhaps a zoom function? Can be used as a standalone paint program. When trying to make large rooms the only way to do so is slowly. » zellspell: « This is great! I'd love to see a water-addition for underground pools, etc and a simple trapdoor similar to the door tool. I been making maps using this on roll20 and im loving this » Tony: « Wow just wow.
In under an hour, the towns, roads, and rivers were added. It would also be better if the menu for map choices wasn't part of the map too. Both Fractal Mapper and Dungeon Painter allow you to import your own art assets or art downloaded from elsewhere to use in your maps, Inkscape, being just a vector art program will allow you to copy in an raster images your standard. I'd love to use this to slowly construct a massive map but it simply wont let me. If I could give one suggestion it would be that you could choose the starting tiles so they could be blank in the beginning so if you are drawing only for example a building you don´t have to erase all the tiles not in use, just adding the walls. If you are including new tiles, water might be easy to implement — its like a tree but blue.
Maybe it would be an example… It might also save differently. Final artwork and writing could take longer than expected. » Clieepab: « Ваш сайт это убогое говно, вы его сами делали или заплатили криворукому студенту? Я делаю крутые сайты профессионально и дешево!!! Who will be eaten first? Thank you so much you have helped my world come to life! Initially, this list will be alphabetical. Read about what we do with the data we gather in our. Finding this was the highlight of my day! Best dungeon map making tool I have come across.