Build endless World War 1 trenches with this collection of map assets and textures.

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I set out at the beginning of this month with the goal of studying my own work and gathering together everything I liked about it in order to bring my very best into the New Year. You see, I experiment quite a bit with my tools and methods, but experimentation is useless unless it’s reviewed!

These trenches are the result of that study. I scoped in on my best techniques in line art, hatching, rendering, and coloring, and I think I can call this my best asset pack, artistically anyway. From here I’m excited to keep on experimenting, reviewing, and growing.

I’ve received a lot of requests from commenters over the years for World War 1 maps and assets. I hope this finds all of you! That said, if you are more like me, and play more fantasy than anything else, I hope that you will still enjoy the many bridges, textures, and other goodies inside.

(I also rather like the idea of dwarves deploying trenches in their warfare – you are welcome to use that idea!)

Do you have plans for this pack? A request for the next one? Please let me know in the comments! Hope you enjoy. 🙂

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About the author

Ross McConnell

DM, aspiring artist, and founder of 2-Minute Tabletop! I love drawing, writing, and worldbuilding, and this is the website where all of it comes together.

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