New Foreigner Book!


a few hardcovers and pbs available from Closed Circle, signed. Latest: Moonlover and the Fountain of Blood, Jane Fancher short story. Chernevog, part 2 of the Rusalka trilogy co-written by CJ and Jane; and Orion's Children, a tetralogy from Lynn.

The Map Room

Here are maps for various universes, to help those whose readers or files may not be getting graphics.

9 comments to The Map Room

  • CJ

    With thanks to WOL and Blue Cat Ship, we have some maps. There will be others. I absolutely invite people to try their hand at improving my drawings—many of these I did draw, or at least did the info for, and in a map room, there may be many maps with all sorts of focus. Now I just have to figure out (finally) how to post images! I know Jane can help me!

  • pholy

    It looks like the png file was not a good idea, so I have made a jpg file for you – same place: Sorry it’s a lot bigger, I still haven’t read my GIMP books.
    Great maps, by the way.

  • CJ

    What I’m going to need to do is run the files through photoshop and get them reduced in density, and save them down as jpgs. Modern digital cameras can take a picture dense enough to expand into a wall-sized mural without loss of information; scanners, ditto.

  • pholy

    I took a few minutes to dl the pictures and used ImageMagick to resize the big ones to 800 pixels high and greyscale. Hope this helps – 🙂 – leaves you more time for creativity.

    Oh, they’re in the usual place…

  • The map I made of Cyteen is simply a colored and “updated” map with my best guess of the location of Strassenburg as described in Regenesis. It was a scan of the maps I have in my well-worn copy of Cyteen. I simply used a clone brush to make the mountain ranges, the green of the plains – although I don’t think I captured the colors of Cyteen appropriately.

  • nekokami

    Please feel free to grab the maps of the earth of the atevi that I’ve been assembling at I’d like to improve those by adding the southern continent/island you’ve mentioned, but I’m not sure how large to make it or what shape it is.

    (Did you ever figure out where the Nisebi are located?)

  • CJ

    Mmm. No. I’d forgotten about them. Thank you, nekokami! 😉 Beautiful site!

    I’ll have to figure how to catch that image…I’ll ask Jane to help me; I can’t seem to copy it, so I’ll have to get herself to apply her picture-jutsu to it.

    Would you mind if I added that link to the blogroll?

  • wayspooled

    Thought you might enjoy this. 🙂 The Stanford Geospatial Network Model of the Roman World

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