Started my encounter map binge by unearthing one of the first maps I drew, EVER, for Dungeons and Dragons and gave it a digital makeover. I started my D&D cartography expedition back in 2017. I used to use large gridded easel paper to drawn my maps, coloring them in with colored pencil. Made me fall in love with art again. Before that I had gone about 10 years without really drawing at all. It feels fitting to unearth some of these old designs and rework them. 

Also, worked in a separate canopy layer to add some extra dimension to the map. Who knows, maybe you're players will be flying overhead when they are attacked by Gnolls on Wyverns.