For one month our Patreon Discord community banded together to create over 100 custom maps, and this is our thank you to them!
Droskar’s Crucible from the Pathfinder adventure Crown of the Kobold King, brought to life by Greg Rava our dungeon-themed map assets and some cardstock.
A 22×16″ printable and digital battle map paired with a custom-made gnoll encounter. Created by Ross & Troy McConnell and free thanks to our Patrons!
A free 22×16″ Infested Crypt battle map (ready for print or virtual tabletop) and a short adventure to accompany it, A Favor for Gallen.
The icy lair of a yeti, who has carefully insulated the cold tunnels with its fur. The yeti lair is a 23×16″ battle map ready for print or digital tabletop.
Devin @ParodyWizard has adapted a floorplan by @DysonLogos and assets by yours-truly into a gorgeously lit dungeon…
First, Ben’s multi-part, custom-lit dungeon made using many of our 2-Minute map assets. Second, his guide on how you can achieve such lighting effects yourself!
The Cultist Lair is a colorful, hand-drawn dungeon map featuring arcane eyes and nefarious rooms. Use it digitally or print it out. Impress your group!
My Beginners Guide to Photoshop – specifically in using it to create custom battle maps with my 2-Minute Tabletop assets. Follow along!
A cave battle map featuring the coiled skeleton of a titanic snake. A kobold tribe have made camp in its ribs and now diefy the bones and its clutch…
An ancient Egyptian battle map of a desert catacomb. Inside, virtual tabletop files for Roll20 and PDFs for printing. Beware the Anubis guardians….
Build a sewer map with our hand-drawn map tiles. These four tiles are free to download (thanks to our Patrons) and are printable and VTT-friendly!
Hello! Yes, I am still alive and well. I know that you haven’t heard much from me this month, but I have a flurry of maps to share with you over the next few days, starting with this frog-themed Jungle Temple.
Join me as I try and explain my cave-battle-map-drawing-method using actual English words. This is the first episode in my new, laid-back, “Let’s Draw” tutorial series, where I talk through how I go about drawing my battle maps. It’s been too long!