The maps are listed in reverse order of when I made them. The original map is sadly lost (at least for now). Because of the ordering, one can easily see the natural progression of the story, map, and my mapping skills.
Unfortunately, the paper used for the physical maps was typically too big for my printer's scanner, so parts were cut off and the images are of rather low quality, much worse than their real-life counterparts.
If you'd like to view a map up-close,right click on the center of the image (after clicking on it / scrolling to it in the gallery, of course) and click open image in new tab and nothing else. If you'd like to see it even more up close, like if there's some text you can't read, just hit me up with an email and I can send it to you, high-resolution.
To make some of my maps, I use the program Wonderdraft (also check out the subreddit), which is not super expensive and yet is extremely high-quality and the best mapmaking program I've found. Though it's not entirely necessary, drawing tablets help as well, and I use the medium Wacom Intuos tablet, which was $40 when I bought it. Though sometimes I forget it's there and just use my mouse.
To make the rest of my maps,I just have refined my hand-drawings skills over many, many years and still have quite a ways to go. I typically start out with a pencil sketch, then go over it with pen and erase, and sometimes add color. I don't know if I could teach it, but I can tell any begginner map-makers out there: You will only improve with time and effort.