Our long-awaited Dungeondraft Packs update is live, containing our new and freshly optimized hand-drawn map assets.
Ross McConnell from 2-Minute Tabletop explains his personal method to designing and drawing battle maps for tabletop role-playing games.
How to use the GIMP image editor to print precisely to scale. In particular, printing maps, assets, and tokens on a 1-inch grid.
This guide aims to explain how to get started with custom maps, assets, and tokens on a fresh install of the Foundry virtual tabletop.
A three-step beginner’s guide to importing custom asset packs into Dungeondraft using the hand-drawn “dungeondraft_pack” files I provide.
How to import our hand-drawn battle maps, assets, character tokens, and other art into Roll20. Designed for those new to the Roll20 virtual tabletop.
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!
My Beginners Guide to Photoshop – specifically in using it to create custom battle maps with my 2-Minute Tabletop assets. Follow along!
Night descends, enveloping the small town in creeping shadows. The party looks out from the safety of their inn room. They know the kinds of monsters that lurk in the dark and the many ways to face them, and the time for that will come. Before they can destroy the horrors, they must first research,
Is your campaign taking to the seas, and you want inspiration on how to populate them? Enjoy our encounter charts, maps, and assets – a perfect start!
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