Hey, who doesn’t like free stuff? Below is a smattering of goodies for you to download or acquire. There is always something else coming so check back often!
☠️ QUICK LINKS ☠️
• Swag Packs • Backgrounds • Avatars •
• Fantasy Map Brushes • Tutorials •
😎 Swag Packs
Can’t make it to one of my convention appearances but you still want the swag I give away? Well, I give it all away for free! Swag Packs include a button, set of four stickers, and three unique bookmarks. All I ask is you cover the cost of shipping. Just go to my store, pay the buck, and I’ll drop your swag pack in the mail ASAP!
🖥 Downloadable Backgrounds
Bell Forging Cycle – He is Coming
Ominous prophecies are here to adorn your desktop. Chose the resolution you prefer by clicking one of the links below to download.
Bell Forging Cycle – Map of the Known Territories
[Spoiler Warning: The map features a few Old Broken Road spoilers.] The Map of the Known Territories is the official map of the universe of The Bell Forging Cycle annotated by Wal himself. See why in this post!
Old Broken Road – Choas Awaits
The creepy Old Broken Road “Chaos Awaits” background is available in the following sizes. Just click the link to download and terrorize your friends, family, or coworkers:
Old Broken Road – Bell Caravans Logo
Show your loyalty to the company. Swap your background out and replace it with the brand of Bell Caravans. Just click a link below to download:
Spruce up your social media accounts and declare your allegiance. Click on any image to view larger, then just drag it to your desktop and it’s ready to use.
City of Lovat
City of Syringa
🗺 Map Brushes
My free open source project, #NoBadMaps, is fundamentally about empowerment. To that end, I’ve begun assembling tutorials explaining how one can go about creating better maps for their fantasy projects. In case you missed them, you can find links to my tutorials below.
As straight forward as it sounds, a step by step guide to using my map sets for your projects. It might seem daunting, but in reality, it’s as simple as a rubber stamp.
For a while, I’ve been trying to simplify the process to develop hatched coastlines similar to maps from the middle of the 18th Century. In this tutorial, I explain how to replicate the effect quickly and reliably.