These are 29 different 6" x 6" tiles for use as swamp or forest floor tiles. Most of them have pools in them (use clear resin or epoxy to pour in the water). As shown in my finished pics, they look best if you add plants and ground clutter for variety. I advise printing with a top layer of about 1mm thick to ensure that the pool areas are water-tight, so when you pour resin or epoxy it doesn't leak through.
They are a hair thicker than most game tiles, as I wanted the pools to be deep enough to put in tiny fish prior to pouring the resin. I'm well aware that these won't print on a small, 4" x 4" printer bed. I made them for my own game table, and am sharing them to help the community. You can still shrink the X/Y down to 4x4 if you wish, the terrain will just be smaller. (You can probably leave the Z as-is if desired.)
Paint the tiles a base color (such as brown or green), and paint the rocks and trees prior to putting down any clutter grass or plants. Green will give a more vibrant, alive look to the plants. Brown will look gloomier, unless you put down such a thick layer of grass/clutter than you can't see the ground beneath at all.
The plants shown in my samples are generally from Michaels and Hobby Lobby, as are the leaves on the trees. Hot glue onto the tiles. Hot glue sets much faster and stronger than superglue, as info.
The reeds are 2" paint brush bristles dipped in green paint, dried, fanned out, and then cut and hot glued onto the tiles.
The final four or so tiles have no trees or big rocks, and are intended for you to be able to put down your own portable clutter terrain.
Here's a link to more finished pictures if you want to see more of how mine look: