Suggestions for a Map and Vintyri
The other day the wife and I had our 4 year old grandson come for a 2 night sleepover. To entertain him on the Friday (picked him up Thursday evening) we took him to 'his' zoo. A new Zoo opened in Western Sydney a year or so ago and we bought him a membership for Christmas last year. So he thinks of it as his zoo now. Due to COVID our membership has been extended.
Anyway, when the son, his wife and our other, 1 year old grandson came to pick him up, Mason wanted to play Zoo keeper. I go along with whatever he comes up with a) because it's generally a load of fun and b) I want him to have fun with Nan & Pop and encourage his imagination. So our house became the zoo. Different animals were placed throughout the various rooms and in the imaginary pens in the backyard. As neither of us could keep the rooms to animals match up straight, I of course drew a map of the zoo; a rough sketch of our floorplan with the various animal names pencilled in.
I wouldn't be much of a cartographer if I didn't create a 'proper' map of the zoo, so I'm wondering what style do you folk think would be best?
I'm in the process of installing all the Vintyri stuff (bloody hell that's a big job, particularly the Dundjinni Archive Vol2!) so I should have more than enough animal symbols to add in.
Also, I'm kind of disappointed but not surprised by the EULA. I was hoping I'd be able to distribute some of the symbols as symbols/tokens with a product I'm working on for sale via DTRPG which is designed to be VTT compatible. My Atlas competition map will be the first. I mainly just want the trap symbols as tokens so GMs can place then on the appropriate layer in Roll20 or whatever. Does anyone know of free symbols that can be redistributed as symbols commercially?