Building a 2.5-dimensional Battle Map

I’ve long wanted to show off some of my 2.5-D stuff, and today I set the time aside that I needed to record the construction process.

I’ll admit, it’s all pretty commons sense, but I wanted to also share a few tips. For instance, I find that the cardboard adds weight to the otherwise fluttery paper, and helps communicate elevation. You might try laminating the layers instead, and/or installing magnets so the layers snap together nicely.

If you have other ideas for constructing these maps, leave a comment!

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[…] Later this week, I want to print (in color this time!) and assemble this map on video, as I did the Humble Home. It was a lot of fun and very well received last time, so I am eager to do it with a more […]

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