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The Yawning Portal - Forgotten Realms Stock Art


Elven Tower presents stock maps of the Forgotten Realms. (Commercial License Included)

This is a digitally hand-drawn map of The Yawning Portal.  It is illustrated in the style of a local cartographer, excellent to be a prop given to players. It comes in 2 versions, a standard map version, and version with no background for VTTs environments.

The Illustration has a resolution of 4900 × 3500 px, 300 dpi. Perfect to be printed to crisp quality.

this is a low-quality version of the map:

These maps include a commercial license, as such, you can add them to your DM's Guild products. Make your modules and adventures stand out with awesome Forgotten Realm maps. Most people see illustrations first, a good, evocative map is a great resource for attracting an audience.

You may not use this image as a selling point or include these illustrations in another stock art collection, other specific actions not admissible are described in the attached copyright PDF document.

Other pieces in the collection:

coast bundle  maps 2 maps   maps 

City of Phlan - Elven Tower    baldurs gate area    Baldur's Gate - Elven Tower   Whitehorn   Fortress   waterdeep daggerford   ylraphon   Neverwinter  hardbuckler     chult    luskan    phandalin

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Vi G October 03, 2019 7:32 pm UTC
An amazing map that fits perfectly into Roll20. Top-notch job on that! So often it's a pain to get it aligned, but it fits perfectly and it looks beautiful. No canon source exists for the upstairs, but if you Google "The Yawning Portal Mini", you can see quite a few maps that were done, showing rooms above that look like a mini-opera house. Not canon, but they look nice and make quite a lot of sense! Shad Ross's looks quite nice in particular. Thanks again for the beautiful map <3
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Troy H July 21, 2019 4:36 am UTC
I want to print this an have it laminated for game night, but when I upload the document to the printing company they say its the wrong size and the resolution is only 70 DPI, not 300? What is the best size to print it on for miniatures and why is it saying the resolution is too low?
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Derek Antonio R July 25, 2019 10:42 pm UTC
Hi, the file resolution is 70 DPI like you mentioned but that is only a file marker. The map is made to 140 pixels per square to be usable in online VTTs like Roll20. You can blow it up to print it and it will look fine, but a little pixelated.

Each print house has different specs but if you can instruct them to blow it up to measure 16.3x11.6 inches it will work with the usual D&D minis.
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Fabrizio N July 18, 2019 8:07 pm UTC
Will you ever draw the upstairs?

This map is amazing but it is a pity that there aren't the other floors.
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Derek Antonio R July 25, 2019 10:39 pm UTC
I understand. Unfortunately there was no source material I could find where those areas were shown. Have you ever seen a map of that?
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Tigon - May 03, 2019 5:53 pm UTC
Does this include the upstairs?
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Derek Antonio R May 08, 2019 9:35 pm UTC
It does not. It includes only the first floor as seen in the preview.
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March 19, 2019 6:35 am UTC
I'd really like to see a full preview but it's still password protected!?
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Derek Antonio R March 20, 2019 5:24 pm UTC
Sorry for that, I have no idea why it's like it. This is the file
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Steve N December 14, 2018 5:17 am UTC
Why in heck is a preview password protected?
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Derek Antonio R December 19, 2018 4:41 pm UTC
I have no clue, I'll try to fix it.
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Dan H June 27, 2018 10:33 pm UTC
Unfortunately, the second point of Section of the license agreement means that this map can not be used in FG modules for sale on the DMsGuild (since the FG module can be pulled apart and the image file accessed as a stand-alone file). Are you aware of this and is it something you are willing to consider changing?
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Dan H June 27, 2018 11:01 pm UTC
of Section 5 of the license agreement...
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Derek Antonio R June 27, 2018 11:17 pm UTC
License has been updated for the correct use of these illustrations in FG modules. Thanks for the heads up.
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