“You’re a wizard, Harry.”
As far as famous movie lines, this one has to be one of the most famous from the early 2000s. Though the book series has been a fan favorite for far longer. This map likewise is actually based on a much older map I produced almost two years ago. But since that time, my design skills have improved and it seemed time to update the map.
With a lot of work, a massive amount of progress has been made! I’m very excited to see this project draw closer to completion. Not only because I have other projects in mind, but because adding the final touches has been a fun journey.
’ll be honest in saying I haven’t had a chance to work on this one in a long time. The problem has been timing namely. Getting married took up a lot of my time! But, on the bright side I’m over that hump now, and there’s a better chance than not that I can reboot this project.
For one, I’m a huge fan of consistency and organization. It’s likely why I enjoy making these nerdy maps to begin with, everything has a home- you just have to find it! But that’s where the struggle began with the Jurassic World island. As some of you may know, I’ve produced a Jurassic Park map previously, without many issues. The island map works alongside both the film and the novel. You can even track the progress of the characters in the film on the map itself if you chose to. It’s fairly accurate and consistent with most other marketing material or references. I’m very proud of it!
Reaching back to my youth, it would have to be Metal gear Solid that had some of the most significant impact on me growing up. It’s in part what fueled my interest in science fiction, history and storytelling...
It's been a short while since I've gotten a chance to update the blog, so happy (late) New Year to everyone, hopefully everyone's resolutions are still holding strong.