Quick holographic render of @schley 's map of Menzoberranzan (https://t.co/rJylPcXzcy). The forced perspective required more interpretation than the top down Barovia map I did last year.#dnd @Wizards_DnD pic.twitter.com/N1pFxtqhAL
— Gene Reddick (@genereddick) May 14, 2018
— Christopher Perkins (@ChrisPerkinsDnD) May 15, 2018
Had such a great time designing this book. I drew the sketch map of Menzoberranzan on poster board and hand delivered it to WotC to have it scanned. Schley’s final artwork is fantastic and this 3D rendition is amazing! #dnd https://t.co/uacfsGYsYT
— Brian R. James (@brianrjames) May 14, 2018
This map, as gorgeous as it is, was based upon the original map @TheEdVerse hand drew for the 2nd-Edition Menzoberranzan boxed set. Urban myth says Ed painstakingly inked the original on bed sheets. You washed them first, right Ed!? 😛 No, I used a Staedler to ink all those stalagmites onto 17"x35" sheets of Bristol board, and laid them on a double bed so I could see the layout of the entire city as it developed. And I was working from Bob's tiny map printed in the front of his original Homeland paperback.
— Ed Greenwood (@TheEdVerse) May 15, 2018