Our modular mapmaking packs are a quick and easy way to get your adventurers started on the right path, so to speak – they are a great addition to your digital games and you can print them out for a quick in-person session. But with time and effort you can take our maps to the next dimension – the third dimension – as Kim Forsell shows us.
As most of you, I have looked all over for good tiles and maps to use in my gaming sessions. There is a lot out there but not all of it is good or usable in your settings. So when I found LoreSmyth map tiles it was like… “Finally!”
So It Begins.
When the cutting is done you now assemble the wall pieces on to the ground board.
Now that we have made a basic tile with two heights, that gives it a good depth, we make our next one following the steps in part 1 but with twist.
The final touches!
This is my favourite part of the process, tinkering with all the bits and pieces that makes it all more believable and fun to experience.
Thanks so much for your hard work and great photos, Kim!
Chase is a writer and D&D fanatic that turned his first character into the subject of a new book series: Abel Mondragon. Other geeky obsessions include obscure TV history, cooking, painting (walls) and finding an appropriate Simpsons quote for any situation.