Thursday. The work week is most of the way over with. Of course, I'm definitely here for that. Got D&D coming up this weekend. You know I'm ready for that. And while we're playing online, there'll be the chance to play in person again someday. And when we do, just think how awesome all our gaming tables will look because of all the new terrain we've gotten in the meantime. What terrain? Well, terrain like this:
Over the years I've made many maps. Small maps, large maps, silly maps, fun maps. I've made battle maps, town maps, dungeon maps, terrain maps, region maps, and world maps. I've even made maps that seem like they should rhyme like a Dr. Seuss map (but they don't).
Some I've shared before, some you've seen here, some you've seen there, some are amazing, some are kind of okay. Some are even commissioned and cost me a good penny (but that's previous Kickstarter-me problems).
We love Tabletop RPG’s! We’ve played them since we were just wee lads, just like those four kids on Stranger Things. 3D terrain didn’t exist yet, so we played with pencils and graph paper. Bryan’s wizard was a literal square penciled in on some paper.
Epoch Tiles came about from our own need in our games - we wanted to bring our fantasy worlds and the characters into an exciting, physical world on the game table. We wanted to bring the imagination of our minds into reality.
We need your help to construct all models ready, this takes a lot of time and is also very costly.
Why should I support the project?
Be the first to receive the files. Some files will be downloadable later in the shop but not all. The packages will be more expensive than here, so save them now and save up to 50%. The models are high quality and highly detailed. You can all models print with ABS or PLA. The mostly parts can be printed without Supports.
You need only a 3D home Printer, the files, filament and then only colors for painting this scenery.