Stencils tagged with ‘map’
A stencil used more as a style starter for darker maps. Best used on a 50% gray to full black background.
This is a simple, black and white, stencil for drawing D&D Maps. Create a new document and set it's gridlines on and ensure it is set to 1 inch or 2.54 cm. set gridlines to print. Then, you can drag over the elements of a dungeon. Let me know what you think via my website
A stencil for the GURPS roleplaying game. This stencil can be used to create area, room, or combat map. It has symbols for rooms, roads, lakes, trapdoors etc. Visit my website for more
A map of Washington counties as individual objects, with labels.
This stencil has been created at the same scale as our "States of the USA" stencil, using Natural Resources Canada data.
While OmniGraffle probably isn't a tool for professional cartographers, we've found it can be quite useful for making informal maps and directions.
Use this stencil to represent words, ideas, and tasks arranged around a central idea.
North America is brought to you by Canada, The United States, Mexico and many more nations (as well as a fine set of islands). English and native-language names of states, provinces and countries are stored in the notes field and will pop up in OmniGraffle Pro. Clicking with the action tool (the gloved hand) will direct your...more
Goooooooooaaaaaaaal! You have just scored a OmniGraffle map stencil of South America! Replete with native country names and Wikipedia links, one can drag and drop Brazil, Argentina and over a dozen other exciting nations all while maintaining relative scale! (Did you know Chile is nearly as wide as the U.S.? Drag it onto the...more