"Final Strike" by Raymond Swanland
The Cartographers’ Guild is "a forum created by and for map makers and aficionados, a place where every aspect of cartography can be admired, examined, learned, and discussed. Our membership consists of professional designers and artists, hobbyists, and amateurs—all are welcome to join and participate in the quest for cartographic skill and knowledge." How exactly does one go about making a map of a make-believe place? Go to Worldbuilding School or check out these 22 Great Map Resources and Tutorials.
Futura vs. Verdana it ain't - on A.N. Palmer's The Palmer Method of Business Writing; and Gems of 19th and early 20th century penmanship.
How to make a pinhole camera is just one of the many, many new Creative Morning Skils you can lean! Others of interest include How to handletter using a projector 10 and How to Storyboard.
Worldbuilding By Map: "I know what you’re thinking – those posters of Middle Earth are gorgeous. Of course a map should be beautiful. But for worldbuilding purposes a pretty map is a Very Bad Thing. Beautiful things are precious, and we tend to want to leave precious things pristine and untouched. When we’re building worlds we need to break things, and often. So, out with any thoughts that we’re making a pretty map."