All of the Digital Maps are Poster-Print Quality. Here's an Example.
Every map in the Big Book of Maps (for Tabletop Roleplaying Games) is created at 600 dpi resolution. Initially this was done to assure that the map images look great no matter how “zoomed-in” they might need to appear when being used in a Virtual Tabletop (VTT) software.
In the immediate days following the launch of this kickstarter several backers expressed interest in printing the digital maps for use at their physical game table, and were curious how poster-sized versions of the maps would look. I thought the best way to answer that question would be to provide an example. So here we go…
Every digital map in The Big Book of Maps (for Tabletop Roleplaying Games) collection scales up (crisp and clean) to poster-size print. While I will not be manufacturing or offering poster prints of maps through this kickstarter, I did want to demonstrate the quality of these maps when printed at poster size should backers choose to make their own prints to use at the tabletop.
The example provided here is 34-inch by 44-inch glossy laminated poster print of the sample dungeon map which can be downloaded from the main project page. It has been scaled up to the 1-inch grid scale popular for use of miniatures with many tabletop roleplaying games. The dice are included only for a reference to scale.
Here's a video demo of the print quality...
I rush ordered and overnight shipped this poster print after conversation with backers in the main project comments section. In my haste, I uploaded the VTT version of the map to the printers so there is no grid showing on the poster print map example here. However the additional “Players” maps and “GMs” maps are the identical resolution and scale.
-- Justin Andrew Mason