OpenForge Smooth Floor Tile

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OpenForge Smooth Floor Tile by devonjones Jan 26, 2014
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Dungeon floor tiles designed to be compatible with Dwarven Forge dungeon tiles. This set is Smooth floor tiles. This set is very flexible and can be used for many things. I've included a painted concrete version, an ice version and a dirt path version.
Compatible tiles/walls in this series are tagged with OpenForge
You can find this set on github
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Printed in black. Painted with successive layers of dry brush of grey, tope, and light grey. Cracks are painted with wider lines of the light grey and a thinner line of black.
For the ice tile, I printed in clear pla and then did a wash with a dark blue, focusing on darker lines at the square edges.
For the dirt tile, I printed in black pla, then heavily drybrushed on a darker brown. Then I added some dark grey blots that I smeared with my finger. Next, I dry brushed on layers of dark olive, light oplive and the dark brown mixed with a white. Finally I added a little bit of green and yellow flocking and then hit the whole thing with a matte varnish.

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Haven't tried this one yet but we've been using your dungeon floors and really appreciate your work. If you expand more, please consider doing some outdoor above ground themed tiles. Although I'm betting with some paint these might work for that as well.

Based on this I've actually decided to rename these tiles to highlight that they can have a lot of uses.

I added a photo of an ice tile and a dirt tile both using this model to show how it can look.

I've started work on some wood tiles. Probably wood floor and wood + plaster for walls to be able to do buildings and such. This set if painted and or used with flocking and other classic wargaming terrain stuff can probably be used for some outdoors tiles as you mention. After I get stone and concrete each fully published and wood after that, I'll be looking to tackle some other things like caverns and outdoors stuff as well.

I have a bunch of new tiles that really I'm just waiting for prints to finish so I can post them, glad you are enjoying them :-)