Studio Shop

We have a growing range of virtual tabletop tokens, map tiles, and mini-adventure sites on sale in the Studio Store.

Compass Points

Mini-adventure locations designed for Game Masters who want a special little place to add to their existing campaign.

Virtual Tabletop Tokens

Tokens for use with Apps such as Fantasy Grounds, Roll20, Battlegrounds, d20Pro, etc.

Map Tiles

Ready made art packs for the building of adventure game maps via a system of seemlessly interconnecting map tiles.

Tailz“The War Machines token pack has been released into the wild, to run free with the other token packs at RPGnow.com.”

“So what am I going to create next, you might be asking?”

“The next project on the drawing board is a collection of dead tree maps. I will be creating small map packs for tabletop miniature role-playing. Like the Compass Points adventure sites, each pack will contain a number of maps depicting a particular adventure site. Each will be avalible from DriveThruCards.com using their Print on Demand service. But you will also be able to purchase each map set as a downloadable PDF you can print yourself.”

New Releases in the Studio Store

  • Loader Robot

    Loader Robot

    $ 1.00
  • Goblin Warrior (Caverna Tribe)

    Goblin Warrior (Caverna Tribe)

    $ 1.00
  • Goblin Spider Rider (Caverna Tribe)

    Goblin Spider Rider (Caverna Tribe)

    $ 1.00
  • Drone Battle Tank (Urban) - Sci-fi Tank Tokens

    Drone Battle Tank (Urban)

    $ 1.00

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Studio News and other Incoherent Babble

Using Studio WyldFurr Tokens in Roll20

Using our tokens is a little more tricky, mainly because the Roll20 system likes to use a square token images that fit into the map grid. This creates a conflict with our standard tokens which are irregular sizes, thus when you place one of our standard...

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Using Studio WyldFurr Maps in Roll20

In order to use our maps, you need to know the size of the map in a measurement that will scale the map to Roll20's scale. Roll20 uses "units" for the map grid. Thus one unit is one character square, since we use the old d20 3.5ed character square system...

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Tutorial: How to use the Map Tiles with Photoshop

Hello and welcome to another tutorial about the method we use to build role-playing maps. In this tutorial Tailz will demonstrate his method of map building with Adobe Photoshop, using Studio WyldFurr's Map Tiles art packs. Click on the following link if...

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You can find Studio WyldFurr Products on sale at these retailers

RPGnow!MapForgeDriveThruCardsFantasy GroundsDriveThruRPGSteam