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  1. About Epic Cards are colorful, illustrated, and highly modular tiles for creating gaming maps for: pen-and-paper, role-playing, D&D and miniature games. The Tiles The Epic Cards gaming system consists of a large number of colorful, inch-based map tiles, and also features many loot stickers with magic items, weapons and equipment. Epic Cards tiles are beautifully hand-painted and designed to be modular, so that they fit together, in any direction. Epic Cards Tiles The tiles are 4 x 4 and 8 x 8 inch (10 x 10 and 20 x 20 cm). The smaller 4 x 4 inch tiles are more modular while the larger tiles have more space for individual designs. Tiles in two sizes (4x4 and 8x8 inch) Endless possibilities The system enables players to design entire Dungeons and Environments before the game begins. Players can create new rooms as they explore and the game unfolds. Players simply add tiles to their map, instead of having to stop, play, and draw new rooms while playing. The Epic Cards System includes: Dungeon System with lots of modular dungeon tiles Mine System with lots of modular mine tiles Path system Village building system Castle building system Maze creator Hundreds of weapons, magic Items and object sticker Paper clips to attach the tiles side-by-side Epic Cards make it easy for you to play the table-top games you love, so now’s the time to bring Epic Cards into your favourite games! Epic Cards make it easy for you to play the table-top games you love, so now’s the time to bring Epic Cards into your favourite games! With your support of our Kickstarter project, we will make epic things happen!
  2. About You asked, we provide. After the undreamed-of success of our first campaign, The Path of Osiris : Egyptian Dungeon Game Tiles, many asked for more pieces, more designs - and even the 3D-printer files themselves. We still have our sights on a new environment for Spring 2018, but due to popular demand, we had to revisit Egypt with many new pieces and a brand new expansion : « The path of Osiris : The Tomb Entrance. » Like the first kickstarter project, these will be available in our personal recipe of very durable sandstone with a perfected time-worn look. We have ideas for many pieces and it can be very costly to mass produce them all, that’s why we are now offering the complete collection The Path of Osiris in 3D file format ready to print yourself. That way, you can print all the parts you need from home. 3D printers now go for less than 250$. Our most tech-savvy backers should be primed to take full advantage of this since printing a tile can cost only a quarter or two ! Options, options, options. Once again, you may order them hand-painted for a genuine Egyptian dungeon feel. Those of you who want more of the original tileset in hand-crafted sandstone, you got it. The full package, new and old tilesets, painted or not, anything goes. Just see the options and we'll set you right up. *I will be constantly working on new models throughout the whole campaign; please come back frequently to see new pictures or renders.* Planned Stretch Goals (3D files) : 3K - Free SG : Obelisk Free SG : Corner Sarcophagus Free-SG : Floor trap door Free-SG : Corner Sarcophagus 2 *Upgrade : Magnetic ready tiles - 3D files* Free-SG : Large winged scarab 4x4 floor tile Free-SG : Egyptian Brasier Free-SG : Throne Free-SG : Large 5x5 Pyramid Free-SG : 4x4 Sand tile ... want more ? Add-on Bundle 2 is still in development and more stretch goals including : Futuristic Egyptian portal room Ramp and stair to second floor Puzzle tiles Raised tiles Water pool The Path of Osiris Adventure PDF *You must pledge "The Tomb Entrance" or higher to get access to all free stretch goals* The 3D files pledges and add-ons : Statues and Coffins The Ancient Tomb The Throne Room The Tomb Entrance - Include all free stretch goals Add-on Bundle 1 : Addon Bundle 1 - 15$ CAD Add-on bundle 2 : Will be announced during campaign Some Free Stretch Goals : Some Free Stretch Goals A large 5x5 pyramid WIP
  3. About this project Add extra depth to your gaming sessions with Adventure Realm RPG Game Tiles – Castles and Dungeons set. We want to create a set of 16 eight inch square tiles with full colour printing on both sides, giving you over 2000 square inches of mapping artwork for your gaming. Each tile has one inch square grid subtly included on the images, making them ideal for integrating with your miniatures and roleplaying. They are made on thick card and are gloss laminated to be compatible with dry-wipe marker pens. On one side of the tiles are sixteen top down view castle tiles, ideal for quickly putting together a city wall or castle complex for your adventurers to explore. The castle tiles comprise the following: 1 x Wall outward corner, 4 x Wall inward corner, 1 x Gate, 5 x Straight walls, 1 x Dungeon entrance, 1 x Well courtyard, 1 x Grassed courtyard, 1 x Keep roof, 1 x Fenced corral The castle tiles can be put together to make a complete small stronghold (above), while two sets give you plenty of options for an entire fortress (just one example given below). Turn the castle images over and you have 16 dungeon tiles, all in full colour, giving you a flexible warren of corridors and rooms to battle through. The dungeon tiles include: 1 x Throne room, 1 x Tower stair well, 1 x Cellar stairs, 1 x Prison cells, 1 x Torture chamber, 1 x Demonic temple, 1 x Carpeted corridor, 1 x T Junction stairs, 1 x Circular pit, 1 x Wizards tower, 1 x Corner corridor, 1 x Storage room, 1 x Guard chamber, 1 x Tower chambers, 1 x Grassland secret entrance, 1 x Water secret entrance The dungeon tiles can create the area underneath a castle, or be used in their own right for quickly assembling evocative dungeon scenes for adventurers to explore. This is our second Kickstarter project for the Adventure Realm series, with our first set of tiles successfully funded in November 2016. The Castle and Dungeon set will work seamlessly with the original Town and Wilderness set. So if you want a city wall between the town buildings and the great outdoors, now you can! Or you can expand your townscape to include fortified areas, underground spaces, etc. If you missed the Kickstarter for Town and Wilderness you can add that set to your pledge to make even bigger adventuring worlds.
  4. About this project Thank you! We will come up with more information, infographics and some stretch goals tomorrow (really! You may be curious.) This modular game building system is the result of months of prototyping. Saga World Builder makes it easy for you to play the table-top games you love. The system consists of a large number of double-sided modular map tiles and features hundreds of environmental objects, magic items, weapons, decorations, and equipment. All Saga tiles are 6x6 inch as well as 3x6 inch (metric: 15,24 x 15,24 cm as well as 7,62 x 15,24 cm). Saga World Builder is a highly modular game-building system for creating gaming maps and environments. We’ve been enjoying role playing games for many years and have developed Saga World Builder with you in mind! From gamers for gamers. All design elements are hand-painted and highly modular. Due to the game’s unique and engaging illustration style, it’s super easy to add your own ideas and designs to Saga maps! Wet- and dry-erase compatible and super durable! Saga map tiles are wet- and dry-erase compatible, super durable, laminated on both sides, and reinforced for extra weight and durability. Objects printed on adhesion film Thanks to the magic of adhesion and electrostatic, all elements stick to the map and can easily be placed, removed, and reused again and again and again. All this is included! Beautiful hand-painted game-building system. Dungeon System with hundreds of modular dungeon tiles. Mine System with hundreds of modular mine tiles. Hundreds of weapons, magic items, and decorative objects. Pitfalls, traps, and tricky adventure elements. Environmental objects and props. Kickstarter bonus: Inventory and neutral tiles. Features Saga World Builder is: Completely modular. Hand-painted illustrations that fit every style. Our objects are printed on adhesion film, which sticks to shining surfaces 
without glue and can be easily removed. 
 Works with any kind of marker: wet, dry, permanent, and nonpermanent. Cleans up easily and quickly so you can draw on it and erase over and over again. Can cover any size or shape of table. Let’s you create an exciting chase scene. Doesn’t slide around on the table. Allows for a wide variety of terrain, dungeon, or miniatures. And is Affordable Rewards (We have two sizes of tiles: 6”x6" and 3"x6. We did a small typo in the description of some rewards where we wrote "All tiles are 6”x6" and 3"x3” / But all tiles are 6”x6" and 3"x6”.)
  5. We are live on our Third kickstarter, this one focuses on fantasy cultures and gives them each unique tiles that are 3d printable and you can make those very specific dungeon encounters or city role playing sessions. We also have some new Beasties that will be 3d print compatible! We hope you will join us, with 2 kickstarters on our belt we are confident that our record will be to your satisfaction if you are a new backer, and if you have already been with us you already know what to expect!
  6. Pedion modular city titles

    This is ending in 50 hours... Haven't seen it posted. There's a thread from 2015 for other tiles. I'm intrigued by the digital option.
  7. Nature set - 3d printable tiles!

    We have just launched our new campaign! we have focused on 3d printable tiles for outsides and natural environments! we hope you can join us! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1365144247/axolote-tiles-nature-set
  8. Young Swamp Dragon "Copper Dragon on Marbled Tiled Hex Base" At the monthly Paint Day I host in Seneca Falls, NY ... Finger Lakes Paint and Game Day ... a Reaper forumite came up for a visit from down near NYC. He brought with him some great pieces of marble tiles that were left over from a floor installation. These tiles are 3/8 inches thick and one inch to a side hexagons of white marble. He gave me several before he left to return home. Not long after that day, I decided to utilize one of his amazing pieces of marble for the Reaper Miniatures Young Swamp Dragon, sculpted by Kevin Williams, that had been sitting in his blister pack on the wall above my work table. But I wanted to really utilize the gleaming white marble and pay an homage to the base. So using plastic squares as individually placed tiles I set out to make a marble floor on top of the marble base. The base turned out wonderfully. But what kind of dragon was I interested in painting? I certainly wasn't interested in making him a "swamp" dragon. After some thought and a comparison of size to some of my other dragons, I decided he would be a copper dragon. But that led to the idea that the copper dragons would molt their skins like lizards and snakes. This molting would in fact take the form of verdigris (copper rust) and form around the outside of the dragon as it slept for long periods. I set out to create a verdigris combination of paints to paint on his wings and underbelly. But after some conversations with other artists and a specific comment from the provider of the marble tile, I decided the dragon was shaking off his molt and scattering bits of the verdigris around the floor and that his wings were still not finished molting and that hardened bits were still attached to the dragon. To see everything that went on in the production of this piece, please check out the WIP. Thus, I present to you, my copper dragon: Enjoy. Check him out in the Inspiration Gallery. (Approved) Added to Thrym's Index of Reaper Miniatures & Thrym's General Show Off List
  9. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nordgames/fantasy-1-grid-dungeon-tiles-for-tabletop-rpgs-onl/description Setup an infinite number of awesome dungeons for your epic adventures with these fantastic dungeon tiles for any tabletop RPG!
  10. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/adorabletohorrible/the-adventurers-guide-to-dungeons?ref=category_newest Enhance your RPG experience with this awesome deck of 54 two-sided dungeon tiles. Build endless layouts! Create worlds! Be a hero!
  11. Hi guys! wanted to let you know that we just launched our first ever Kickstarter campaign, we hope you will be able to join us on making this a reality. The project has tiles and scenery 25-32 mm scale for your roleplaying or wargaming needs, we have a lot of files and we are proud that our tiles are truly modular and give you a lot more flexibility when building your dungeon. we hope you will check the campaign out. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1365144247/axolote-3d-printable-tiles-and-scenery Also visit us on facebbok and twitter /axolotegaming @axolotegaming Thanks!
  12. This is a tile based board for minis with an underwater reef theme. I have made the tiles magnetic; the photo is of the board built on my refrigerator. I sculpted a bunch of coral sections in sculpy, including some giant soft corrals. Finer decoration (green stuff sculpts of starfish and that type of thing) will be done after paint/ sealant is applied. Suggestions would be welcome. I plan on adding some reaper aquatic animals and the statue of dagon as the project develops.
  13. Okay, so I redoing Warhammer Quest. I'm adding classic DnD monsters, wrote a program that does all the event and monster generation and tracking for me, handles custom treasure, and helps keep things fresh. I'm painting minis for the dungeons like mad, even getting to things I never bothered to paint before, like Snotlings. I don't expect to be ready to play for a while yet, but in the meantime I thought I would add one more project to my load - redo all the tiles and add some new ones, and give them custom cards. The tiles I'm making with a variety of methods, but they all use half inch cell foam (similar to Styrofoam) as the base, then have various things glopped on them to harden them and give them a smoother or rougher appearance. The cutting is all being done with a hot tool that's mostly designed for wood etching I guess (about $35-40 at a craft store), but works great for melting ruts into tiles. I'll go over a step by step on my next piece, but here's some of the ones I have done so far. I looked at a ton of different methods for this, but I think a lightweight Styrofoam style appealed the most to me, I didn't want to get into casting and dealing with being limited to whatever molds were available. Obviously, I'm getting my feet wet with the more flat rooms first, but my next room is the Well of Doom, which has some depth to it (though small). I have the basics cut out and will take some pictures tomorrow when I work on it again.
  14. Throne Base WIP

    Hi everyone, Here are the first pictures of a Throne Base I've been working on lately. I wish to use this same base to display different models. So, I'll be casting resin models out of the original model I'm creating. After the silicon mold is made, I want to cast a copy to use it as a base for my Cinder. Then, I'll cast some more throne base for the Swine Prince, Van Storme the Vampire and so on. The tiles are one inch wide, to suit regular miniatures bases. So, the top surface of the base will be 3 x 4 inch and about 7/8 inch high. The peice of wood I'm using was not totaly parallel and wide enough. I had to fill one side with Milliput. I screwed a stick on the plank to help fill the gap and hold the putty in place. I hope you'll enjoy and it will be useful for some of you. I'll be glad to receive your comments and learn your personal tricks on the subject.
  15. Every Friday night the family ... Grandmother (my mother), my family (me: 44, the fiancee, and my two kids: 22/20 yo), and my Sister's family (her: 42 and possibly her two kids: 19/10) ... get together and play board games (or dice games/card games). Last week after a two-night Talisman event where everyone was duking it out for the Crown at the end ... I decided to take the figures from the game home with me and set to work on them. So first, I dipped into my bucket o' tiles and ensured all of the figures were stabilized. Each of the included bases were warped in some fashion. So super glue and a few minutes resulted in: I left the original bases attached because these miniatures while nicely detailed are no where as sturdy as Bones and are smaller of scale. Hmm. I best get out Garrick of Scale for a comparison shot. Once they were all settled on their new plastic plinths it was time to merge original and new bases. BRING FORTH THE SAND AND BALLAST AND GREEN PUTTY! All of the bases received some sand to cut the distance betwixt base levels. The Ghoul who had a nice textured base received ballast to match the original base. Some will stick with sand, the Sage, and most will get at least some green putty to bring the bases more even. For most of the figures I plan to give their bases the look of their starting places. The Troll and Dwarf will have some larger rocks sticking up for the Crags. Most will get painted with grass mainly. Some few will have "cobbles" or similar treatments for the village or city. Perhaps a keg and a stool for the Tavern. However, whatever their scenery, I must keep in mind that the figures will be in a board game box and not treated any differently then before. Thus begins the journey to the Crown of Command. We'll see where it leads and which of these figures will fall to Death. Speaking of which ... where's the Reaper? *looks about* Damn, he's sitting over at mom's on the game cabinet. Yeah, we have the Reaper expansion. Figures involved: And of course:
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