This tile set has been superseded by the much improved OpenForge 2.0 Tudor set. That set is both more complete, and vastly better designed, please, check it out.
Tudor edge wall tiles designed to be compatible with Dwarven Forge dungeon tiles.
These tiles are designed to line their wall up with walls from tiles butted up against their neighbors. These are designed to be used on the edge of the map or to give more usable space for the play area, particularly for 1x hallways which would be impossible to fit mins in unless the wall was moved. Because the wall now takes up some space, you will need to use edge buffers in some places to get the tiles to lay out properly.
You can find this set on github
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Printed in black. Dry brushed with dark brown and then used ever lighter shades in the dry brush. To lighten, used a light leather, not a white in order to get more yellow in the highlights.
The walls were painted in white, then mixed with the leather color, finally I stippled the walls with white again using a toothbrush.