In this blog post I’m going to show you my best 4 quick tips for setting up a new world on World Anvil. It’s super easy, and super fun! Here’s what I’ll be covering: Basic configuration and set up Speedy category & timeline structure How to effectively use placeholder images & articles Making an engaging […]
I recently got my hands on some worldbuilding cards from Trent Hergenrader and have been using them this week to build a solid foundation for my world. I think these cards are flippin’ amazing, this is not a sponsored blog post but I am going to spam links to buy these beauties all over the […]
This week I have worked on a map for my new world, Melior. It isn’t a world map, but a smaller region (this helps to keep my worldbuilding a little bit more under control and to keep a point of focus). In this post I’ll show you how I made it, and the steps and […]
My latest flurry of worldbuilding was inspired by World Anvil’s challenge called Tower of Power (check it out here)! This blog post shows my method for tackling creative challenges head on, I hope these tips come in handy! Here is the article I submitted for the challenge: Tower of Okello I have found that in […]
Work has been really busy lately, with lots of little design projects to polish off and drag to the done pile on Trello – but recently I’ve been working on some larger projects that have taken up all of my concentration. I found that, in my free time, all I wanted to do was kick […]
I’m a worldbuilder. So far, I’ve made imaginary worlds as a hobby for my own enjoyment, which later evolved into projects where I could showcase my creativity, but after getting involved with extended communities online I came to realise that worldbuilding and TTRPGs have a great deal in common. I’m new to this topic, but […]
It’s the new year! Time to Get Shit Done™ and have the most productive start ever! … Right?Well, I don’t know about you, but I’m completely burnt out from over-doing the creative challenges in the last few months of the year (Inktober, NaNoWriMo and WorldEmber to name a few). I threw myself in the deep […]
New year, new projects! I wanted to start planning a new world from scratch so that I can explore a different genre and learn some new worldbuilding techniques. These are the steps I took when preparing my new African Fantasy world, Orubia.
In this behind the scenes post I’ll be showing you the methods I used for developing a logo, from the initial sketches to the final outcome!