I’ve been taking part in the One Page Dungeon contest on and off since 2012, and this year is the tenth anniversary! As you might know (or not) the 1PD is a contest to create an entire RPG dungeon and fit it on a single page, and the deadline is the end of April. The dungeon can be art-only or text-only or something-very-much-in-between. So long as it fits on a page and fits the bill of a dungeon, it’s ready to run.
Back in 2012 I won the LotFP grindhouse edition, which got me into the wider DIY D&D scene. I loved it.
But it’s the tenth anniversary, and with all the other large and small publishers lining up, I thought to myself – what can I do for the 1PD? Well, I make art. Well. I do make art. I mooted the idea in the 1PD group and here is the result.
I’ll be making a b/w illustration inspired by a winning dungeon, and Michael Prescott of Trilemma will be converting that same map into an isometric 3D version.
You’ll get a 600dpi clean digital version of the illustration and a license to do with it what you like. You’ll be able to make a cover for your dungeon, make an expanded 7-page version, put it on a brooch or on a poster. So long as you submit your one page dungeon, the art can be yours.
(Note: deadline is midnight UTC April 30!)