In the setting of Addergoole, beyond the school, there is a little Village, described variously as “out of a Normal Rockwell painting,” “Small Town USA”, and “far too quaint.” It leads out to residential areas, where some people – parents, former students, staff – live, and where lady Maureen’s creche for, to be frank, unwanted children live.
I did a very sketchy elevation of the outside-facing part of the Addergoole-school part a couple weeks ago:
And then today, while in training with a bit of time, I did a bit of “five-minute” mapping of the Village itself and a sketch of part of it.
It is based in part on my memories of Spencerport, NY, Brockport, NY, Canandaigua, NY, and other nearby towns.
P.S. The library says “Falk Memorial Library.”
P.P.S. Click to embiggen.
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Today’s map is the site of the Patreon serial the Expectant Wood, a series of floating islands described here.
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This is a rough top-down view of Edally Academy, done by tracing dimes (see this tweet) because I don’t keep a compass at work.
I’m really enjoying #FridayFiveMinuteMap, and I encourage everyone to join in!
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While I was looking up maps, I encountered the premise of “friday 5-minute maps.” And, while nobody had been active on any of the tags in a while, I thought it looked fun.
So here’s my first idea: Folchir’s Fort.
This stands (loosely) where on my big map project there is a red star – ‘cept it’s been long enough (approx 1500-2000 years ago) that the river has moved. The bigger houses are meant to be almost longhouse style: communal big buildings thrown up quickly, because shelter was needed.
(I gotta say, some of the maps in the Google Plus community are amazing for 5 minutes!)
Now taking suggestions for the next few fridays worth of maps.
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