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Dark Tech Map Tiles

The Dark Tech Map Tiles

Deep in the forest stands a giant dark stone Obelisk, sickly free glowing light shines from the cracks in the dark stone like surface of this ancient alien edifice. A single door automatically opens and permits the brave to enter, but none have returned from within the Obelisk. Do you dare to venture inside, and see what alien treasures await within?

The Dark Tech Map Tiles collection from Studio WyldFurr expands the science fiction theme of map tiles, designed to complement the Sci-fi Map Tiles set.

What is a Map Tile?

Each of our map tiles depict an area of terrain, such as the floor of a cave, an area of grass, or where the floor meets a wall. The map tiles are provided as ready-made art asset elements that can be pieced together on a digital canvas to form an adventure map that players can explore.

All Studio WyldFurr map tiles have a unique “look’n’feel” as each map tile is a combination of photographic source material, combined with hand drawn artwork. Rendered at a scale of three on screen pixels to each real world inch, resulting in 180 pixel squares to each 5ft game grid.

Sample Sheet PDF

PDF Sample SheetWant to have a look at every map tile that is inside the Dark Tech Map Tiles pack before committing to buying the pack?

We have a Sample Sheet PDF that displays every map tile that is inside the Dark Tech Map Tiles package. You can simply download it here and check out what is inside the pack.

Grab the Dark Tech Map Tiles pack to expand your map building tool kit.

Dark Tech Map Tiles

Sample Maps created with the Dark Tech Map Tiles collection

How to use the Map Tiles?

The map tiles have been made as a kind of ready-made art asset pack that you can simply just drag’n’drop each element onto a digital art canvas to build a map. To do this all you need is a graphics editing program such as Photoshop, Gimp, Clip Studio Paint, or another Map Making program that permit you to use pre-created artwork elements to build maps.

We recommend using Gimp, it is free and is a very powerful program for this task. If you are not sure about what to do, we have created a tutorial for using the map tiles in Photoshop and another tutorial for Gimp.

You can also check out the videos on the Studio YouTube Channel to see how our resident artist Tailz builds his maps in Photoshop.