You can use Wildshape to sculpt a landscape, drag features such as buildings, rivers or bridges onto it and create a detailed 3d-like experience. The software has a dice roller, models, tokens and even a small army of animated monsters.
A glance at what the near future of virtual tabletop cartograph could look like (or for people with lots of colour ink!)
Leo used Inkscape to create the coastlines, then used Krita for the assets and then finished off in GIMP.
With the latest updates, it is now possible to use the map-maker to generate a campaign world from scratch or custom design it, add cities and locations, add military units and then have them battle.
Campaign Cartographer, a long time favourite set of mapping software used by tabletop gamers, is currently on offer at Humble Bundle.
You can increase the map area, start adding grids or muck around with the edges within a minute or arriving at the page.
Deeper Dungeons explores seven levels from the ruins of a castle in the land above, down into the dungeons below and deeper into a cave network.
The cartographer will also include rivers, lakes and waterfalls on the map and additional small elements like boats or sea monsters in the water.
At Crafty Dice you can design rooms and close up tiles to your exacting specifications.
Crooked Staff Terrain has a free online dungeon generator, virtual tabletop files and print-and-paste downloads for cardboard dungeons too.