Re: [nbos] Carrying less physical stuff to game

Thu Jun 24th, 2010
Well, that depends on what you think I mean by tilesets. For Dungeons & Dragon, some of the tiles they released as paper products have been made available as digital versions(however, they mostly suck as they are not seamless, nor do they have correct grid relationships(ie, 50x49.5 or some such silliness).) There are a several sets at the MT forums, of which, most of which are actually cavern/building walls(as pngs) with transparency. There are also some tiles created in a monthly challenge over a year ago at the Cartographers Guild.


---- Christopher Rodrigues Macias <cjrm-at-grapevine.net.au> wrote:
> Joe, where do you get the "digital tile sets" from? If I'm interpreting that phrase correctly, it's something that could come in handy.
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> - Christopher
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> On 25/06/2010, at 5:11 AM, "Joe Frazier, Jr." <jfrazierjr-at-nc.rr.com> wrote:
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> > I use my laptop via Maptool as a server and a players laptop as a client connected to a projector. I Typically use ether digital tile sets or import a map made in GIMP or fractal mapper.
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