When sending the results from the Random Subsector Generator to TravellerMap (to render the maps as pretty images instead of ascii or java) you can now chose Draft and FASA style for your generated map.
The Draft style is similar to the draft of the original Spinward Marches.
One of the more popular pages at the Zhodani Base is the Random Subsector Generator. With the help of the generator, some text editing and the post function at Traveller Maps I created this subsector.
I was inspired by Point Central from the Valérian Comic, Ambassador of the Shadows (and others). I thought it was an interesting idea with a place where different cultures could meet. Babylon-5 is a similar place. I was also inspired by the planet Rubanis from the Valérian comic Les Spectres d’Inverloch (and others). It was because of Rubanis that I decided to make Origo Point a planet.
Continue reading Origo Point Subsector
The Pulp-o-Mizer is too good not to write something about. It is a front cover generator for sci-fi pulp books. I think it is a lot cooler than my LBB cover generator. Look what I can do with it:
I bet you can do something better! Douglas Berry did this cool cover for Twilight’s Peak. Bruce Johnson did this scary cover for Signal GK. What can you do with the Pulp-o-Mizer? Please place a link to your image in the comments.
A useful generator for generating Sword Worlder ship-names or similar stuff is the Motto in Old Norse generator.
I leave it up to you to come up with some good examples…
For all of those of You who wanted to make a small dot-map of a sector, just like the dot-maps of the dot-map version of the space atlas.
You can now do it with the new web-based dot-map generator.
A very cool website where You can generate alien looking (TTF) font are located here.
🙂 Now I am happy. I think I’ll post some of the fonts that I create on the goodies page…