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Freelance Fantasy Cartography


Tad was wonderful and helped me create the world I envisioned come to life. He was very understanding of the feel and look of what I wanted. After a rough design, he made sure to talk with me to discuss if there were any changes I wanted to make. Every step of the way he was letting me know what was happening and made changes quickly if needed. He was very time efficient. Would defiantly recommend to anyone needing a map for their story!
— Kyle Lynch, aspiring author
Tad Davis has been a pleasure to work with as a freelance illustrator for Knight Errant Games. He primarily worked with fantastic maps and was receptive to requests, a clear communicator and consistent with making time and budget. His work is exceptional and adds greatly to each project he’s contributed to. I would recommend him to anyone seeking high quality illustrations.
— Martin Lambert, Knight Errant Games
I loved working with Tad. After a few email exchanges, he figured out what I was looking for and delivered exactly the kind of map I wanted. He has a wide range of styles, from realistic to hand-drawn, so he can adapt to your vision. Tad is also very professional and a delight to work with. You’ll be happy you picked him.
— Vasco A. Cardoso, Author of the Wounds in the Sky novel series
Working with Tad was a wonderful experience. Swift, detailed communication with Tad was easy and pleasant. He was patient and helpful, and produced a gorgeous map for us. It more than exceeded expectations and was completed ahead of schedule
— James Lader, Grasswatch Games
I had a delightful time working with Tad Davis. He clearly explained what would be involved with my project and was patient with all my questions. Tad made the process feel easy and welcomed my input and suggestions. His creative side is spectacular, and I am amazed by his work. Tad Davis is a skilled artist and cartographer, and I highly recommend him
— J.A. Alexsoo, author of the forthcoming novel Blood Branded
Tad is one of our principal cartographers, and our book, Curse of the Lost Memories, could not be the great book it is without his maps. The photo-realistic style we chose made the maps top-notch and inspiring (Tad makes great artistic-style of maps as well). His attention to detail and the creative craft used in composition make these maps stand out! They hit that sweet-spot by being both practical and imaginative, a combination many talk about but few can deliver. Tad’s a great communicator and easy to work with—we hope to work with him in the future. We’d be proud to include Tad’s work in any of our upcoming role-playing products
— Anthony Pacheco, Griffon Lore Games