80's retro style hand drawn dungeon sections. The is a sample pack containing 2D five foot wide passageways with "3D effect"walls, rooms, objects, a couple of stand-up doors and so on. (In fact it's not as well finished as the actual Basic Pack is, but it gives you an idea of the type of look I'm aiming for).
If you don't like DriveThruRPG - you can download it from my Deviant Art page: fav.me/d2q6ljo
All this photos are of sections cut from the free sample pack. (see post above for link) It was also a sort of work-in-progress art pack - I've since sharpened up many of the sections, so that they look and fit together better.
Post by BilliamBabble Inked Adventures on Aug 20, 2010 10:38:56 GMT -9
Thanks and good luck with that. Remember that the sample set was a bit of a prototype in places - a little rough around the edges - also you're limited to 5ft wide corridors, but this set can be lots of fun for a small dungeon crawl.
I can see I'm going to have to do some photos with lots of the minis from this forum. I love line-art as a style, and many of the figures here remind me of the illustrations in Lone Wolf and the Fighting Fantasy gamebooks etc. Again, I think I projecting my nostalgia on the work of others.
Post by squirmydad on Aug 20, 2010 12:47:55 GMT -9
All these classic style tiles make me want to design a series of classic style basic figures with flat coloring and thick lines to match. I know I have a few of the really old miniatures catalogs with some really great figure art ,nice and cheesy looking figure designs from the 80's and early 90's. I have a bunch of Erol Otus art as well ,I loved is style, especially the adventurers and monsters. JIM
Post by BilliamBabble Inked Adventures on Aug 20, 2010 14:10:12 GMT -9
Go for it! ;D I'm a big fan of Joe Dever and Gary Chalk who did a lot of designs for Games Workshop, as well as Lone Wolf, and 1st ed Talisman. I think that they was a lot of caricatures and exaggeration at GW in that period.
Cork blades? Corks as pillars is a great idea as well.
The story is that Yon (another forum user) is building a quest for the annual RL meeting. He asked for a column trap (which begins rotating with extending blades). I saw once columns made of corks in the Heroscape forum (there's a whole lot of great terrain builders, there), and so i told about it. Then both me and Leobester started building it. This is my version:
The blades are made by "rolling" paper.. i guess that a paper version could have some use. Sorry for the OT
cowboyleland: It looks like you guys are busy, but I would like to point out that the "Ghoul Design Tutorial." which would start to answer bobsomething 's question from Aug 10, is MIA (again)
Aug 13, 2019 6:13:32 GMT -9
squirmydad: I need to reset a primary domain or something.
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