Realistic D&D World Maps From Meat Photos?

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I think I should have placed this here long ago. I must apologize.
This site wouldn’t normally be so lax and behind schedule, it’s just that
. . . I’M running it. ;P

So . . . here is My outrageous paint program discovery for creating entire WORLDS
out of food photos! I got so jazzed up about it I put 5 tutorial videos up
on YouTube.

Published on Dec 18, 2016
It’s so strange and yet it works amazingly well !
Check out the first 60 seconds and you’ll see what I mean.

If you find yourself screaming “GET ON WITH IT!!!” during my
early rambling, the Actual step-by-step begins at 8:35.


Need your own planet for Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder or any other Tabletop
Role Playing Game?
These are “How To” videos for getting a start on massive world campaign maps that look
totally random and organically realistic, by reducing food photos to 2-colors!
Go from an image of a hot meal (not ALL, just some) to a Fantasy Planet for an RPG using
totally free software!
Inspired in a truly chaotic manner by “Critical Role”, graphics
programs and roast beef.
Oh yeah, and I promised links:
“The Gutter Skypes” Gaming Podcast:
Get InkScape:
Kevin Macleod Music:

Superb Tutorials by WASD20 for Drawing Your Maps by Hand:

Excellent Inkscape tutorials by Nick Saporito:

( D&D – Dungeons & Dragons – Pathfinder or any products mentioned in this
video are the property of somebody else. ‘Wish it were me, but . . .nah. I ain’t
affiliated with the “Big Kids”, so don’t blame THEM for my errors here. Thanks ;).