How to Draw Maps and Floor Plans for Your Story – Wordquill

Drawing maps and floor plans can be a critical element in the suspension of disbelief.

Have you ever struggled with the layout of a setting in your story? Have you ever gotten a character lost? Or written something that isn’t physically possible? (“She turned to the left and entered the next room…” Oh, wait, the door was to her right. SHE’S WALKING THROUGH WALLS NOW, FOLKS!) If you missed it, […]

Source: How to Draw Maps and Floor Plans for Your Story – Wordquill

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