Dungeon Map Tiles III
The Dungeon Map Tiles III package builds on the foundation of packs I and II to continue expanding the map building library of map tiles from Studio WyldFurr. This set of map tiles brings a completely new ancient carved marble "look'n'feel" to your dungeon construction.
This pack also expands the collection with a range of new Grass and Dirt tiles for building Wilderness areas¸ along with dirt paths and dirt roads.
This edition of the Dungeon Map Tiles III pack is designed for use by Game Masters who love building their own maps¸ and want access to a toolbox of ready-made artistic material rather than the hassle of designing their own material from scratch. The map tiles within this package were designed to act as library of art assets that a Dungeon Master could simply just drag-n-drop onto a canvas to form a map.
The package contains a wealth of raw image files in JPG and PNG file format. These image files form the building blocks which you can assemble into the form of a dungeon¸ fortress¸ monster lair¸ or whatever kind of adventure map structure you desire.
Simply start with a blank canvas inside the graphics editing program of your choice¸ for example: Photoshop¸ or Gimp. Then start composing the form of an adventure location by grabbing a map tile from the library¸ then plonk it onto the canvas right where you want it to go. Keep placing down map tiles and your adventure map will take form like a giant jigsaw puzzle.
Using map tiles permits very granular control over the form of your dungeon chambers and passageways¸ rather than relying on pre-constructed rooms which you cannot change. Once the structure of the map is in place¸ add the final touches by dressing your map with props and object tokens such as tables¸ chairs¸ statues¸ etc.Map Tile Artwork
Each dungeon map tile is a combination of hand drawn artwork and photographic source material that gives us the unique style of all Studio WyldFurr Maps. All of the tiles have been rendered from a birds eye view of the landscape¸ with shadowing used to give the illusion of depth.Map Tile Scale
Our range of digital role-playing tokens all use a standard scale of 1 inch to 3 pixels¸ for a standard Dungeon and Dragons character square of 180 pixels. Thus all of our map tiles also use this character square size. But we have also included smaller 50 pixel square map tiles for those of us who use smaller 50 pixel square size.Printing Out Maps
Although the map tiles provided in this set were designed for use in the creation of maps for the virtual role-playing tabletop¸ you can print out the maps for use on your real world tabletop with miniatures. We have included in the pack files that can be used in Photoshop or Gimp to print out maps as A4 size pages for use on the tabletop.