A collection of 100 medieval-themed furniture tokens with which to decorate your 2-Minute Table Top castles and buildings!
The most potent defense of its period, the Castle Keep map.
@stuartdraws sets his party against a dragon around the Hungering Pit map, accompanied by paper miniatures from the excellent @TrashMobMinis, @okumarts and @stuartdraws himself!
Though the arena has existed for longer than records can tell, it has recently become the base of operations for the powerful Grey Banner mercenaries.
My new brush pens arrived in the mail today and were immediately put to the test in creating this winding road…
These great towers stand at each corner of the castle walls, daring besiegers to enter their range.
I recently joined the Crit Academy podcast crew for an interview. If you’d like to know more about my RPG history and map-making-methods (as well as the other interesting things they cover) check it out below!
A hand drawn, multi-level galleon ship battle map with several grid options. Digital files for VTT and printable PDFs included.
This week’s addition to the Castle Collection is the formidable Castle Gatehouse, which is just begging for a siege!
Welcome to The Windy Realms, where ships sail on clouds and the trees grow to titanic proportions!
This video guide explains how to use my Castle Walls Tileset to build your own custom castle in Roll20.
These Castle Walls fall somewhere between a prop set and a set piece; our very first tileset!
In this video I explain the foundational discipline of “flatting” and my personal method. It is an excellent practice that makes layer manipulation and color tweaking very simple in all stages of your coloring process.
It’s time for another set piece! This time it’s a book filled, purple-carpeted Wizard’s Tower!
This bustling battle map is free to download here, once again thanks to our many Patreon supporters!
This FREE and decidedly nameless port town map is made possible once again by my wonderful Patrons. Thank you, everyone!
This FREE bridge map marks an exciting transition for 2-Minute Table Top! Thanks to our amazing community of Patrons, I am happy to publish this map under a Creative Commons license. Not only does that mean it’s free, but you are welcome to share it and incorporate it into your own material! More info below…
A battle map combo inspired by the brilliant colors of Japan in autumn, featuring a rock garden and tea house.
Two shrine maps and a collection of tokens with which to decorate them!
Three narrow paths lead to this island’s flat peak, where there might rest a temple, statue, lighthouse, or other!
Two islets and three red bridges are between your players and their goal. What else awaits them?
Jesse put the “2-Minute Table Top” brand to the test when he found himself hastily preparing for an Underdark-themed adventure.
You were prepared for kobolds, but no one warned you of the harpies!
Accompanied by PrintableHeroe’s paper ghouls, this long forgotten crypt will not be easily plundered.
In collaboration with PrintableHeroes, I present to you this spider infested map & token pack!
A cemetery stands amidst the underbrush on the outskirts of town, a remnant from another age.
Just off the beaten path, this peaceful glade makes for a perfect campsite or random encounter!
Have your Acrobatics modifier at hand, because this bridge is a boss fight unto itself!
This cobbled street will bring some context to your collection of buildings, and makes for a spacious arena when the party runs into guards or drunks!
These bandits are truly masters of their craft. Nothing works like a an upturned wagon!
The perfect battle map for a classic “stumble upon a dark ritual in progress” encounter! (Fair maiden not included)
This cramped little building prints out on two pages, and you can even furnish it yourself!
A spacious, four-storey tower. The perfect bandit base or player character hub!
Here we find the obligatory boss chamber and all his alchmical toys.
This is my first shot at a campaign / world map, the exciting world invented by Adam of Sanspants Radio.
Here the cavern takes – quite literally – a dark turn, opening into a small, blood-spattered torture chamber.
This is my commentary on how I color my battle maps using Gimp, a free alternative to Photoshop. I focus mostly on the ever-important skill of layer management, and ramble a little about color theory too.
Nestled in the hills between two dwarven strongholds, this outpost acts as a stepping stone for the dwarves unfortunate enough to be assigned topside patrols.
Filling the whole cavern complex with a droning roar, this icy waterfall begins in mystery and ends in mystery.
My first regional fantasy map, the wood-side town of Woodside. (I’m an artist, not a writer).