Monday, August 18, 2014

[Tiles Preview] 2 x 2 Vignettes and Features

WIP snapshot of latest work from the forthcoming hand-drawn iso tile set. Scribe's or wizards desk, supply depot, well, table and chairs, pothole, junk heap, stair variants.
These are fun to do.

Saturday, August 16, 2014

[Tile Preview] How the Accessories Work

I cut and glued this tableau in about 5 minutes. The bedroll, table, chair, and barrel were rough-cut and then glued onto the room shape. Ditto with the doors (which are from Set 2) but will be making a reprise in this new set because I'm still happy with them.
with some classic Mithril and Ral Partha minis!

Friday, August 15, 2014

[Tiles Preview] New Accessory Tiles

Work continues on the iso cut-n-glue dungeon tile set. Look for a cauldron, oubliette, lantern, and more!

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

[Preview] Sample Battle Map Setup

The only limit is your printer ink budget! Fits most 25mm minis. Has a cool hand-drawn look. This was cut out from just three pages.

More Battle Maps On the Way

Back from a week's vacation in the north woods with a new battle map to show you, along with some of the Dungeonteller monster counters. I will be releasing Set 3 of the battle maps sometime soon. They will be 100% compatible with the monster counters.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Counters for EVERY Dungeonteller Monster Now Available

OK, so I lied the other day when I said I would put up some sample print-and-cut counters from the Dungeonteller Monster Book. 

I put up every single one of them. Thirteen pages of full color counters, all compatible with forthcoming Dungeonteller adventure maps, I promise. If you don't play Dungeonteller, use them for your own damn game. Go grab 'em here.

Monday, July 28, 2014

On the Way: Dungeonteller Iso Tiles

Next project: cut-and-fold counters compatible with my iso battle maps. The first sheet will come FREE on drivethrurpg.com, with six heroes plus a few sample monsters and battle sheets. Some test images to follow:
Sample sheet of icons...

...with fold-down tabs to give them structure.