Anna Scovel (@annabealizabeth_designs) shares some photos of her tabletop props enhanced with washers and cardboard – materials anyone can employ!

Just wanted to share how I’ve been using your awesome resources!

I built a ship in Photoshop with your assets then printed and glued to cardboard for a multi-level ship. 

I also made character tokens by printing and gluing them to washers or cardboard. The front is full color, the backs are red so when a character goes down we flip it over to signify that. 

Thanks for sharing your art! 


It’s my pleasure, Anna! I’m always so encouraged by photos like these.

Most of us have cardboard lying around, and it’s a handy way to give your maps some body and sturdiness. If you want to give it a shot, you can find my old video guide below, and some assets below that. Enjoy!

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Ross McConnell

Artist and DM, I draw the maps, record the videos, and write the articles here at 2-Minute Table Top. It's my ideal creative outlet, and it's all thanks to you!

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Published: April 20, 2020

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