My dungeon tiles

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torstan
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Re: My dungeon tiles

Post by torstan »

Hmmm, that's strange. I've just tested it and it downloaded fine for me. It should be 10.6MB. Can you describe the problem? Has it downloaded the zip and it's just not uncompressing, or is it something else?

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Re: My dungeon tiles

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never mind...I finally got it to extract properly... :oops: ...

apparently it doesn't extract the way I usually extract zip files (drag n drop). Strange, since it's the only one that did this so far.

btw...love your work!

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A few more bits and pieces. Not included in the pack yet. I want to clean them up a little.
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Re: My dungeon tiles

Post by teejaydub »

Brilliant - I just now needed a ladder! Thanks!


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Re: My dungeon tiles

Post by galneweinhaw »

I've found another use for torstan's awesome art....

A random dungeon generator!

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Re: My dungeon tiles

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Simply incredible- THANK YOU for sharing!!! You definitely set the standard for map tiles in my book. ;)

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Re: My dungeon tiles

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Wow, that's a thread resuscitation! I'm glad that you like them.

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Re: My dungeon tiles

Post by Slayve2DnD »

Okay so it's been at LEAST 4 months since I last downloaded the package of your tiles (probably closer to 6 or more), have there been any additions to the pack?

edit: perhaps version numbers to help keep track if your up to date?
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Nope, there haven't. I'd say these are finished, and I'll post a clear updated if I do add anything. I intend to create separate packs if there sets of new material.

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Re: My dungeon tiles

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torstan wrote:...I'll post...new material.


WOOO!!!!!!!!!! You've said it now, no turning back!
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Re: My dungeon tiles

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yay more tiles!!! :twisted:
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....

That's the most shameless misquote I think I have ever seen! Well done. Let me see what I can do once I've cleared the pile of things I currently have on my plate.

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Re: My dungeon tiles

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torstan wrote:....

That's the most shameless misquote I think I have ever seen! Well done. Let me see what I can do once I've cleared the pile of things I currently have on my plate.


w00t!
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Re: My dungeon tiles

Post by aliasmask »

<thread rez>
torstan, did you ever get around to making overland hexes? I really like the mountains.

I'm looking for something similar for hills, plains (grasslands), forest, marsh and river (cross and 60 degree turn, Y fork and y fork) although the river would just be an overlay with no terrain.

Thanks.
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