Uncharted 3 Map Layout – Zugwrack (Train Wreck)

Monday, is Map day. I have another Map for you, this time it is the Train Wreck. I hope I can do Plaza this week too, so that I will be finished with the FB Maps before I go on holidays for two weeks. Unfortunately I am not able to scan in these two weeks, but I will probably be able to draw a lot 🙂 .

I did the Trains, which you can enter and climb on in a darker color, so that it is clear there is a roof on the drawn structure (exept the one which lays across, these one you just can enter). The two which you can not enter, have no entrance (only big lines) and are light because it is a higher level up there. I lined the stone walls a bit thicker than the cliff, to show, that there you will fall of the edge.

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Uncharted 3 Map Layout – Das Fort (Fort)

The Fort, a map I really hated to draw. I don’t know why, maybe because there exists only squares, squares and squares. Maybe because it is so dark and kind of sad looking. Maybe because it is a rainy map. It is really hard to tell. So please don’t judge me on this Map Layout. It isn’t probably the best one, but I am soooo happy, that I have finished it. Also I still haven’t figured out the best scan method, the lines look really messed up and kinda pixled 😦 …. but… I’m done by now with this one. Let’s head on to a more entertaining map. There are two left for the Flashback Map Pack. So it will be either Train Wreck or Plaza.

Uncharted 3 Map Layouts – Zuflucht (Sanctuary)

For the second half of the maps of the FB Map Pack I stared with Sanctuary. The difficulty here were the three buildings with several floors. I decided to leave the part beneath sanctuary away. The different stages of the floors are highlighted in different dark colours. I hope it’s understandable. Since I was at home over the weekend, I wasn’t able to make a copy of the scribble, so I switched back to the old “pause it through window light” system. I sticked the scribble on my window and set another paper over it. I darkened the room (since it wasn’t very light on sunday), so that I could see the lines properly. The window then becomes something like a light-table. The only negative about it was, that my arms/hands are getting really tired, by drawing the lines on a horizontally way. Some lines weren’t as even as I liked it to bee. 😦