The village of Phandalin from the D&D Starter set scenario, the Lost Mines of Phandelver.
I wanted an un-labelled version of the map for the players so that they could discover what each building was as they explored. I also find isometric or (as in this case) a bird's-eye view more atmospheric and more personal and tangible than a top-down map.
In the scenario, the village is meant to be essentially a scattering of stone ruins and relatively new log cabins built on the remains of an older village sacked by marauding Orcs. I wanted it to be a little older and more established than that, so I've put in some half timber and stone, thatched cottages simply because I prefer that aesthetic to log cabins.
The Stonehill Inn is based on Brandon Kruse's superb Nentir Inn which can be seen here:dandddoodles.blogspot.co.uk/se…
Block-modelled in Maya, drawn and painted over in Photoshop.
The full image downloaded should print out at A3 size (16x11 ins approx) at 300dpi
UPDATE: I noticed that the image was 72dpi instead of the 300 it's meant to be. I've re-uploaded the image at 300dpi. I don't think it's a problem if you already downloaded it but if you aren't able to specify the print size on the original, it might try and print it the same size as your living room!
UPDATE 2: I got the map printed out at A3 and it felt very contrasty with the darks being too dark and making some areas difficult to read. As a result, I've lowered the contrast to even it all out a bit.