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Any tips for making homemade (or ordering) durable maps

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I'm a huge fan of Tannhauser, and have found that making player aids and such for custom units and factions isn't too difficult, however I have no idea how to make a map that will have the same feel as the official maps.

 

I am not concerned with drawing the maps, just their manufacture.

 

Does anyone have recommendations on what material and printing process I should use to go about to make something that will feel like the real deal?

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Your best bet is to probably visit a local graphics printing studio (a small firm/business) and see what they can do for you.  Provide them a PDF file with correct dimensions of the map and their printing equipment could fabricate something on a thick cardboard.

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Thanks guys I'm going to check out artscow first, the only local small business I know of ruined a dnd map i had them laminate a few years back... at my cost... I'll keep checking around tho if artscow falls through.

 

Thanks again!

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