Here's a link to deviantart, where I uploaded maps of the Multiverse and of Sigil:
Map of the Multiverse / Map of Sigil
And of course, neither are really maps because they both lack scales.
I found how the Sigil map flipped over half way through annoying (and very odd: a cylinder would stay the same orientation, you'd just touch the ends together). Could you post a version without the inversion?
Did you draw them?
No, those images come from the Rob Lazaretti's maps in the Planescape boxed set and from the 3e Manual of the Planes, but Zen obviously did a lot of work photoshopping them into new configurations.
Nice work, Zen. Those are lovely works of photoshopping, though the fact that the Sigil map turns upside down does make it difficult to use. Is it supposed to be folded into a mobius strip?
As ripvanwormer said, I didn't actually draw any of the artwork (except the little spires I added to the Sigil map), I just gimped them into new configurations.
The wonderfull artwork comes from the Planescape Campaign Setting, The Factol's Manifesto and On Hallowed Ground (for the Sigil map), and from the 3e Manual of the Planes, A Guide to the Ethereal Plane, the Planescape Campaign Setting, Planes of Chaos and A Player's Primer to the Outlands and Dawn of the Overmind (for the Multiverse map).
The problem with the flipping in the Sigil map originates in the map of the Planescape box set, where the left half of the map is seperated from the right. When you put that original map together (as shown with the arrows in the original), you'll get the flipping effect present in my map.
I mounted the map on the inside of an acrylic cylinder (I will post a photo of this later, unforunately there exists only a black & white version as I didn't yet manage to get it printed out in full color in appropriate size).
What I ended up doing was to save a copy of the Sigil map, flip it over myself, and save another copy of the inverted version. So now I can look at whichever map is upside right for that part of the city.
A minor thing, Zen, but the planet you labeled "Toril" in the cosmological map is actually Oerth. The continental outline of Eastern Oerik and Hepmonaland is actually very distinctive. The one labeled "Krynn" doesn't resemble either Ansalon or Taladas on that world; in fact, it looks like North and South America. I'd be willing to bet it's supposed to be Earth.
That's a very good work.
Nice photoshop work and I like your design(haven't checked out the details yet,though).
Have you tried to print it out?
Well, I was never very fond of the prime worlds ... so please excuse the mistakes.
I will change the labels when I create the next version of the map, thank you for pointing them out to me!
A photo of the completed Sigil model is now online at deviantart.
I've seen your art and I love it! Keep up the good work!
The map of Sigil's gone! I saved a copy, but I can no longer point it out to people looking for a map like that.
The disappearance of the Sigil map makes me sad. Where'd it go?
It's right here, under Scraps. So it didn't disappear after all.
Call me clueless, but what famous spires of Sigil are we talking about?
That's really fantastic, Zen. Great work. I so have to print this out on the plotter at work...and fit it into a used tire.
Thanks for the map Zen...