Friday, 13 October 2017

More 'stock art' Maps

Following the release of volume six of  'the Little Book of Dungeons' I'm pleased to announce that all of the maps featured in that booklet are now also available as individual stock art images too (priced at $2.99 each).

Each of these 'stock art' maps are supplied as:
  • A pdf booklet featuring a labelled and unlabelled version of the map
  • A 300dpi labelled PNG file (US letter size)
  • A 300dpi unlabelled PNG file (US letter size)
  • An unlabelled JPG file for use with VTTs
So, if you're a publisher, and are in need of an affordable dungeon map for an adventure module (or similar), then head on over to my stock art page over on DriveThruRPG or RPGNow and see if there is something that suits your needs!

-the current range of stock art dungeons-

Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Little Book of Dungeons : Vol. 6

I'm pleased to announce the release of another volume of The Little Book of Dungeons!

Within this latest volume you will find a pdf booklet containing six colour dungeon maps (suitable for printing), as well as unlabelled image files of each map (for use with virtual tabletops or similar).

-all six maps featured in this volume-

The Little Book of Dungeons - Volume 6 is available for just $2.99 from RPGNow and DriveThruRPG.

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

A Quick Update

Since things have been a bit quiet around here for a while, I thought I would post a quick update to let you know what I'm working on at the moment...


Interest in the Patreon campaign hasn't been that great lately (and I've had to change the reward levels around a little) - but I'm still adding new tiles to the library each and every month. In fact, now that all of the smaller geomorphs are complete, I've recently entered the second phase of the project.

So, if you take a look at the image below, you'll see that I'm now drawing tiles that can be used (in multiples of four) to create much larger (possibly oddly shaped) rooms.

However, there are only 12 of these 'large room corner pieces' available at this time, but I've got a lot more planned!

'ZINE #3

I've also been working on material for this year's 'zine - for The Age of Shadow RPG.

So here's a quick look at some of the images I've drawn for one of the articles (a little adventure) that I'm in the process of writing.


In-between working on the Patreon project and the 'zine, I've also finished 4 (of the 6) maps for the next Little Book of Dungeons.

And just like the maps in the previous two volumes, these will be available as a booklet first (for personal use), and then as individual 'stock art' images (for commercial use).


I'm not 100% sure where I'm going with this yet, but one of the (many) things I've currently got on the back burner is a set of 2.5D sci-fi tiles (or perhaps a new range of pay-what-you-want tiles). But since I'm about to start playing in a friend's sci-fi game, I may get the urge to work on these sooner rather than later.

Note: for those of you not familiar with my 2.5D dungeons, you can find out more in THESE POSTS. Similarly, if you want to learn more about my existing pay-what-you-want dungeon tiles, you can find them HERE.

And that's it for this little update!

Friday, 14 July 2017

More stock art maps!

If you're a publisher, and are in need of affordable dungeon maps for your own publications, then you might be pleased to know that all of the maps from the latest 'little book of dungeons' are now available as individual stock art images.

Each map is supplied as:
  • A pdf booklet featuring both a labelled and unlabelled version of the map (along with the licence agreement)
  • A 300dpi labelled PNG file (US letter size)
  • A 300dpi unlabelled PNG file (US letter size)
  • An unlabelled JPG file (scaled at 70 pixels per square) for use with VTTs (or similar).

So, whether you've just started to publish your own modules (perhaps over on the DMsGuild), or you have been doing it for years - then it is my hope that my 'stock art' range of maps will allow you to pick up a nice little dungeon without it breaking the bank.

Note that each (individual) dungeon map in the 'Stock Art' range is available for just $2.99 over on RPGNow and DriveThruRPG.

Friday, 30 June 2017

June's Patreon Roundup

Interest in the Patreon project has waned a little these past few months (with the loss of a few supporters), but I've still managed to get the final 16 tiles of the core set finished!

So, with their completion, you should now be able to find...
  • 4 one-exit tiles
  • 6 two-exit tiles (i.e. 4 'corners' and 2 'straights')
  • 4 three-exit tiles (i.e. T-junctions)
  • 1 four-exit tile (i.e. a crossroads)
...for every size/shape of room (and passage) in the set. This means that you shouldn't need to rotate any of the maps when piecing together your dungeon (as rotating them can make some of the shadows look a little 'off').

So, I'd just like to say thanks to everyone for supporting the project (and helping me to churn these maps out) ...and starting next month I'll be moving on to larger room tiles (and I'll also be changing the Patreon goals/rewards a little).

- the current plan for the large room tiles -
-(on the left are the individual maps, on the right are a few potential layouts)-

So, keep watching this space there is still lots more to come!

OR OVER ON GOOGLE DRIVE (where they are better organised).

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

A New Release!

I'm very pleased to announce the release of another volume of The Little Book of Dungeons...

...and just like the previous volume, this product includes 6 colour dungeon maps for GMs to populate, and for players to explore.

-all six maps featured in this volume-

Note that both labelled and unlabelled versions of each map are provided in the pdf booklet, along with individual image files (scaled at 70 pixels per grid square) for use with virtual tabletops (or similar).

The Little Book of Dungeons : Volume 5 is available now from both from RPGNow and DriveThruRPG for just $2.99.

(however if you follow THIS LINK you can get a $1 discount if you purchase before the end of the month ;) )

Friday, 26 May 2017

May's Patreon Roundup

Here's a quick roundup of all the Patreon funded maps I've drawn this month...

So, this month has seen an additional 20 basic tiles added to the library ...along with 4 caved-in passages, and one large room tile.

This last map (the large room) was based on the request of one of my patrons - who asked for another section of dungeon that was ruined in places.

So I went ahead and created a map that depicts an old wooden bridge spanning an underground canal/pool/waterway ...though the upper area of the dungeon has collapsed - meaning that one of the rooms can only be reached by wading through the waist-high water of the canal (maybe at the risk of disease, giant bloodsucking leeches, or something else equally unpleasant).

Obviously, you may have your own encounter ideas for the tile - but I thought I'd share my thinking in case it was of interest :)

And that's it for another month of maps!

(note that you can find all of these maps in THIS ALBUM -or- over on GOOGLE DRIVE).