Dungeon Map Tiles II
The Dungeon Map Tiles II set expands on the success of our first Dungeon Map Tiles set with a second different texture theme for building your own castles, goblin villages, wizards towers, or whatever structure your imagination can cook up.
This set of map tiles expands the existing set of map tiles and brings you a completely new look and feel to the dungeon tiles, with all new artwork. This set includes all of the basic walls, passageways, and odd cornerstone tiles of the first set. Plus 10ft diameter curved wall tiles and 20ft diameter curved wall tiles. The outdoors tiles present a grungy brick building edge that seamlessly matches up with the grass tiles from the first set.
IMPORTANT: This map pack is intended for use with virtual role-playing Apps such as Fantasy Grounds, Roll20, Battlegrounds, or d20pro. This is not a stand alone game, but a gaming aid for designing adventure role-playing maps for personal use only.
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 on the virtual role-playing tabletop, you can print out your maps for use in the real world. We have included in the set two files that can be used in Photoshop or Gimp to print out maps for use on the tabletop.
How to use the Dungeon Map Tiles?
The map tiles have been made as a kind of ready-made art pack that you can simply just drag-n-drop into place to build a map. To do this all you need is a graphics editing program such as Photoshop, Gimp, or one of the Map Making Programs that permit you to use tiles to build maps.