Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Dungeon Monthly (Sept 2014)

I think it's going to be a busy month ...so I'm getting this one in early:


...and, as always, you can get unlabelled versions for all of these 'dungeon-monthly' maps in the following G+ albums:




Oh ...and here's a quick look at how you can piece all of this year's maps together (though it's worth noting that they can be put together in lots of different ways, and that they are compatible will all the geomorph-style maps that I've been posting here over the past few years):


Monday, 1 September 2014

Into the City: Map 3 (the bath-house)

My (somewhat ambitious, and possibly a little foolish) plan to draw enough building maps to eventually populate an entire settlement, continues to take shape with the release of another map-pack for the Into the City range...


Like those before it, this map-pack includes:
  • a pdf booklet containing a labelled version of the map.
  • an unlabelled jpg image of the building (scaled at 100 pixels per grid square
  • and a miniatures scaled battlemap of the map.
Into the City: Map 2 is available for $1.50 from RPGNow & DriveThruRPG

Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Into the City: Map 2

This week sees the release of another map-pack for the new Into the City range...


Just like the previous map-packs this product includes:

  • A pdf booklet containing labelled versions of each level of the building.
  • An unlabelled jpg image of each level (scaled at 100 pixels per grid square) - suitable for use with VTTs.
  • Miniatures scaled battlemaps for each level of the building. 

 
An example of how one of the 'battlemaps' goes together

Into the City: Map 2 is available for $1.50 from RPGNow & DriveThruRPG

Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Dungeon Monthly (August 2014)

I'm still (just about) managing to find time to squeeze in these little maps (and thus, keep the series going) ...so, without further ado, here's this month's dungeon map :)



...also note that unlabelled versions for all of these 'dungeon-monthly' maps can be found in the following G+ albums:



Monday, 18 August 2014

Into the City: maps for fantasy buildings

I'm very pleased to announce the start of a new range of building maps...


Each product in the Into the City range will map out the interior of a single fantasy building (usually over several levels), and supply those maps in the following formats:
  • a pdf booklet containing labelled reference maps (for the GMs use)
  • unlabelled VTT maps (scaled at 100 pixels per square)
  • miniatures scaled battlemaps (printable at 1 square = 1 inch)

(an example of one of the battlemaps printed in 'draft' quality on normal paper)

As of right now you can download Into the City: Map 0 for free (and sample the style and quality of the new range), and Into the City: Map 1 is available for just $1.50 (see the links below).

It's also my hope that, as the range expands, these maps will start to come together to form the basis of one of the towns/cities within the Age of Shadow setting ...but more on that as things progress.


Friday, 8 August 2014

Pay-What-You-Want Sewer Tiles!

I'm pleased to say that my latest set of PWYW dungeon tiles is now available from RPGNow & DriveThruRPG.



In this set you will find 24 pages of printable sewer tiles that are intended for use with 28mm miniatures (on a one inch grid) - which are fully compatible with all the other tiles in the Basic Dungeon range.

(an example layout showing this new set used in conjunction with a few tiles from the previous sets)

Basic Dungeon Tiles : Expansion Set 3 is a Pay-What-You-Want product ...so pick it up for free, or pay as much (or as little) little as you like!

Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Sewer Tiles Update

The next expansion set for my 'Basic Dungeon Tiles' range is coming along nicely, and so I thought I would post a quick example of what they should look like when they're all pieced together...


There's still quite a lot to do yet (as I still have to draw a bunch of small rooms with various entrance/exit configurations, and maybe a few additional detail pieces), but I'm hoping that the end result will be worth the wait :)