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OpenForge Edge Buffer

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OpenForge Edge Buffer by devonjones Dec 15, 2013
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OpenForge
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These strips are designed to let tiles with walls along their edge (instead of on top of a square) to be able to but up against each other. You only need these buffers if you are using the OpenForge edge series.
There are three basic sets here:

  • Lines
    The lines are the same length as the squares (1x-4x) of the squares on the tiles.
  • corners
    The corners are the same length as the squares (1x-4x) of teh squares on the tiles plus a hub that's wth width of a wall from a wall tile. They can have 1-4 spokes coming off that hub. For most people anything past 3x length with 3 or more spokes is unprintably large.
  • corner walls
    Corner walls are the same as corners, except they also have a wall height spoke going up. These are designed to fill in gaps between walls butted up against each other. In most cases, only 1 or 2 spokes are actually useful, but all are uploaded for completeness.
    You can find this set on github
    OpenForge Sets
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  • Smooth Tile Series - Smooth tiles that can be used as concrete, dirt, ice, etc.
  • Smooth Edge Tile Series - Smooth tiles that can be used as concrete, dirt, ice, etc. Edge tiles.
  • Stone Tile Series - Stone tiles.
  • Stone Edge Tile Series - Stone edge tiles.
  • Crenelated Tile Series - Crenelated Tiles
  • Crenelated Edge Tile Series - Crenelated edge tiles
  • Tudor Tile Series - Tudor tiles.
  • Tudor Edge Tile Series - Tudor edge tiles.
  • Ruined Series - Ruined stone walls
  • Accessories - Pillars, etc.
  • Non-Series Tiles - Misc tiles, such as the pool
  • Module Specific Tiles - Tiles designed for specific modules.

OpenForge is now a patron supported project. I use the resources that my patrons give me in order to get the resources to let me create more sophisticated tiles with a greater level of detail. Please, support me, and I’ll deliver an ongoing stream of awesome gaming terrain. You can find more about OpenForge and Masterwork Tools at our website, at our forums, or on twitter and facebook.

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Painting was done in 4 layers.

  1. Paint whole piece in black
  2. Heavily dry brush with a dark grey
  3. dry brush with grey mixed with a little olive
  4. lightly dry brush with a light grey, focusing most heavily on edges

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Great idea, the buffer option really helps in granting flexibility to use whatever tile you want to use wherever you want to use it. Might I suggest making a wood grain option to be mixed in with the stone look. The wood grain beams would be nice as a typical filler option.
Also as a tie-in decorative option, you could make a tile with a hole (pit style) where you have wood planks lain across the hole to the other side.

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