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Full Name

Michael K. Tumey

Gender

male

Age

49

Location

Ottawa, IL, USA

Languages

English

Occupation

Graphic Designer, Fantasy Cartographer, Game Development

Homepage URL

http://www.gamer-printshop.com

About gamer-printer

49 year gamer with 30+ years playing and running games. Operates a graphic design/digital print studio in Illinois. Operates an RPG map printing service to ship worldwide.

Professional fantasy cartographer for many publishers, including Paizo, and creating many maps for my own IP setting, Kaidan: a Japanese Ghost Story setting (PFRPG). I am the concept creator, developer, illustrator, cartographer, graphic design/page layout for all Kaidan products with shared copyright with Rite Publishing.


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