Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Spring Hill College

This is Spring Hill College, in Mobile, Alabama. As usual, this was originally drawn by Roy Norrell, and recently updated by me for a possible new printing:
I added the New Residence Hall (19, on the left), created a new Nan Altmayer Place (17, left central portion), and made changes to the library (2, left central portion), along with a few other sundries.

Click the close-ups below to see them in tighter detail:

Wednesday, August 20, 2008


Here's Jacksonville State University. Again, I've taken a map that was originally painted by Roy Norrell and updated it for a new printing:

I added the track and field, baseball field, soccer field, tennis courts, and softball field. I also added Paul Snow Stadium (28) and Kennamer Hall (20). I took out Abercrombie Hall, Luttrell Hall, and the Heating Plant. And then I added the Carlisle Fine Arts Facility (9).

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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

USM, 2008

I already did an update of this map of the University of Southern Mississippi, when I did the 2007 version. Now I've done a new update, mostly just changing out the ads on the balloons and billboards:

I also added an archway entrance to the Village (#3), enlarged the Powell Ogletree Alumni House (#138), and added a building to the front of the M. M. Roberts Stadium (#126). And I drew a new scoreboard for the stadium, among various other small odds and ends around the map. Click the close-ups below, to see them in greater detail:

Friday, March 21, 2008

UAB, 2008

Check out this newest update to The University of Alabama at Birmingham, originally painted by Roy Norrell. I added the Medical Towers, Women & Infants Facility, UAB Highlands, and the Tennis Courts. I also added a small football practice field next to the old one, and I rearranged some streets that were a little off. And I removed Hixson Hall, and replaced the old Bishop Building with the new SEBLAB. And updated the index accordingly.

Click these excerpts for a closer view:

Monday, February 11, 2008

Samford University, 2008

Here's the latest update to Samford. This was originally illustrated by Roy Norrell, then updated by me last year. Now here it is with a few more adjustments, getting it ready to be printed for a 2008 publication:

Click on these close-ups to see it in tighter detail:

Here's the Campus Index:

Sunday, September 16, 2007

Louisiana Tech University

This is another update of a map originally painted by Roy Norrell. Here's the new version of Louisiana Tech University:

I moved the tennis courts from where they were (on the upper right, close to J. C. Love Field), to a new location (in the upper middle, close to Joe Aillet Stadium). And I got rid of some stands that the old version showed by the Track (upper middle). I also added the Biomedical Engineering Building (#89, in the lower left) and the Trenchless Technology Facility (#88, in the South Campus section). And I updated the index to reflect those changes, of course.

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Friday, June 15, 2007


Here's another college update - The University of North Alabama, originally illustrated by Roy Norrell. I just had to change the ads around and stick a few vehicles in there:
In case you're wondering why these are often composed with empty corners -- That's because they're printed with ads all around the edges, and sometimes there are also a few ads overlapping the corners of the map.

You can click on the following images if you want to see some tighter, close-up views:

I just painted this ad. It'll go on the outside edge of the map, if it passes muster:

Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Calera, AL

Here's a map of Calera, Alabama, illustrated by Jim Baird. I made a few changes to it, and put it up here so the salesmen could have a look at it:

Wednesday, March 21, 2007


Here are some more changes to North Georgia College and State University, in Dahlonega, GA (originally painted by Roy Norrell). They wanted me to make the parking lots bigger, add 3 traffic lights, and make a few other minor alterations:

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Friday, January 19, 2007

Franklin County, TN

Here's a collaborative effort. This map was originally drawn and inked by cartoonist Joe Attaway, then it was passed on to me for color and signage. With about 185 clients on it, this was El Muy Difficulto:

Click on these tighter images, if you want to see it closer up:

Thursday, January 18, 2007


North Georgia College & State University. I finally got all the info and finished the ads on this one (another update of a Roy Norrell map):

Click on these close-ups for more detail: