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Finally, I have tackled the popular request of city street tiles! Finally, our library of buildings have something to sit upon! Finally, a seamless cobblestone texture!

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Yes, truly a momentous day. That said, there’s not much else to say about paving. I suppose I will instead direct the attention to YOU and ask: what tokens and props would you like to see to dress these streets? Lamps, wells, and decorative paving — that sort of thing. I feel like I must continue down this road…

These tiles are not truly seamless but it does take a keen and critical eye to make out the edges. I recommend confusing edge with additional assets such as those from our carts pack or the upcoming city street assets pack that I mentioned.

I’m looking forward to seeing more urban environments from you all, now that you have some decent building blocks. Please comment below or tag me on your socials!

Download the City Street Tiles

We will deliver the download links to your email address, which include printable PDFs and digital files. You can choose which pack you would like below:

I also recommend these packs for your city building efforts:

Check out our complete gallery of maps & assets here →

Here is a quick break down of all the map variants and where you can find them…

The free City Street Tiles & Textures

The $5 City Street Tiles & Textures Pack with variants & assets

The free map bundle above is also included in this Pack.

Get even more on Patreon

Alternatively, you might support us on Patreon. With a pledge of $2/map you can download the assets, and a pledge of $5/map grants you access to the map variants (that’s 8 maps in total)!

These City Street Tiles & Textures are free to download thanks to Patrons such as:

For exclusive map variants and even the PSD files, consider joining the amazing community that makes these maps possible:

About the author

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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