Once again, awesome maps of Endor. I can imagine the time and effort. May I suggest an online Sindarin or Quenya translator? Some of those region names are not quite correct. For example:
Dor Maglor should be (and this is the best we can get) Dór -o Maglor
LoTR Sindarin, probably Dór i(n) Maglor
Or, if you prefer Quenya (since he was a Noldo heh): Nór -o Maglor or Macalaurë (if you want his Quenya name)
Anyway, really nice work. I couldn't get anything to show on the larger version link.
i use whatever resource i can find. including anyone willing to provide better/more accurate tranlsations☺️
You're quite welcome. The artwork is just awesome. I wish I had access to your drawing tools heh. Those, alone, must've taken hours to build.
If it were me, I'd go with Dor in Maglor, though I believe that to be incorrect. If we take 'ost in edhil' (LotR Sindarin for Tower of the Elves) then 'in' would be wrong. It should be Dor i Maglor---Land of Maglor, not : of the Maglor. But phonetically, I like 'in' better heh heh heh. To each, his/her own. Professional Tolkien language scholars (like David Salo or that Norwegian guy) would take issue with any of my ramblings, anyway heh heh heh.
Anyway, your artwork is astonishingly awesome. If you have a site where I can view them all, would appreciate it.
I truly love these beautiful maps. I am amazed by the level of details they have. There is nothing that beats them.
Would it be possible to make the small texts/fonts readable? As it is now are the texts blurred, and I can't improve the text myself (by zooming in on the maps?).
I'm especially interested about the details around Tol Fuin and the surrounding islands. I'm working on a serious of adventures around these islands and Lindon for the The One Ring RPG (2nd Ed). It would really help to feed the Heroes with details from these maps.
Cheers, Tore Trubadur
Have you tried looking at the images in his gallery? They're much higher resolution than the ones embedded in the posts here:
(Hint, middle click the images in the gallery to load them into a new browser tab. This is better than the built-in gallery viewer when you want to zoom in to them.)
Thanks a lot. This is perfect!
These maps are really something else. Awesome work.