Sunday, September 21, 2014

[Battle Map] Commissioned Map

This is one of three maps I'm drawing for Morné Schaap's Winter Eternal Indiegogo campaign. All the maps will be 100% compatible with my most recent battle map tile set. This map is meant to represent a segment of a covered roadway that connects cities ravaged by an icy apocalypse. Note the break in the wall with a snow pile tumbling in!

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Hand-Drawn Iso Battle Maps Now Available

Don't just map your dungeons. Illustrate them. Page after page of cut-and-glue floors, walls, and features to make your fantasy RPGs pop off the table. Buy the new set here.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

End of Summer Roundup

Well, it was a productive summer here at BBR. I finished the definitive full-color versions of the Dungeonteller core rules AND the Dungeonteller monster book AND put out fold-n-play counters of EVERY Dungeonteller monster. It's all available in PDF format here for a reasonable price given that it's copiously illustrated in full color and designed to be a pleasure to read.
The definitive set of hand-drawn iso battle maps is only a week or so away from publication. And I'm making three custom battle maps for Morné Schaap's Winter Eternal indiegogo campaign. After that I will get Rock Opera '79 into shape for release by year's end.





































Monday, September 8, 2014

[Iso Battle Maps] Back Walls Added

Some of you have been asking about including walls in the set. I hand-drew a full page of stone wall texture that you can cut and paste to make walls as room backdrops. Cutting and fitting them is a bit tricky but they do a good job of letting you know how tall the ceiling is in a given room. I would consider them an option for more advanced builders! Note how I've shown two ways of doing cutaway walls (curvy edge and stepped).
The wall texture can double as a cliff or sheer drop, too.

Monday, September 1, 2014

Whimsies

The iso tile ideas just keep flowing. This is a page of wall features, including, from top left, ossuary, torch, shackles, cistern, fireplace, bricked-up doorway, niche, broken wall/mousehole, and shrine with arch and plinth.

Like all asymmetrical tiles in the forthcoming set, I will offer a mirror version of this page so that you can place a tile on a SW-NE wall or a NW-SE wall.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Hand-drawn Iso Tiles (Interior Walls Test)

One new feature of this set is strips of bricks/stones you can use to represent interior walls without obscuring the floor behind them. Look for some near the middle of this shot.