Modular Dungeon Tiles: Core Set

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Modular Dungeon Tiles: Core Set by dutchmogul Apr 14, 2013
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One excellent (and common) alternate use for Pocket-Tactics figures is as miniatures for RPG encounters. Because of this, I've started designing some modular map tiles fitted to their scale.

Each square is 15mm x 15mm, and represents a standard "increment" of space in your game world (roughly 5 feet or 1.5 meters). This makes them perfect for D&D and similar games systems, and will work great with any 15mm scale miniature ranges. (Khurasan, Splintered Light, etc... look them up, they're fantastic!)

For the full Pocket-Tactics range of models, here's the collected sets, single units and, of course, Pocket-Dungeons (which has some classically RPG-themed models):




They print really easy and with plenty of space on a Replicator platform,so print a ton of these plates and build an epic dungeon! Check back for expansions and different tile types... plenty more to come!


Printed in black ABS at a .30 layer height and painted with model acrylics

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Could you possibly publish a version in 25mm scale. 15mm isn't really suited for D&D miniatures as it is scaled for 1 inch(25mm). I really like your models; I have printed out a couple of your larger barrels and they're wonderful, really detailed. I'm going to use them in a steampunk/wild west campaign I'm creating.

Yeah, absolutely. I'm actually working on scaled-up versions for standard heroic scale models (25mm or 28mm... or 32mm, depending on who you ask). This set is for my Pocket-Tactics models. The plates will be a little different, as you can't fit all of this on the plate in that scale. But it will be done ;-) And I should have some variants that would go really well with your steampunk west setting.

Oh, excellent. I started to design some of my own, but I haven't gotten very far. Just some simple proof of concept stuff. I eagerly await the scaled up versions.

On their way. and also, don't give up on your own! Although, if ou are interested, I'd love to collaborate to make expansions if you're feeling up to the task. I could give you the exact dimensions of the pieces and there's a huge list of tings to make.

Sure. I'm building a new PC over the next few days that can better handle 3D rendering. After that I will create a few of my own and toss them on thingiverse. If you like what i have, we can go from there.

These are great! And this is something I've been interested in doing too, on a 30mm scale to use with 28mm scale minis (giving them a bit of extra room). I'd love to help out/collaborate too, but I was wondering what software you use to make your amazing models. I want to start, but I am new to modeling and don't know where to begin.

Nice to see the models being used in a wider context of games.
Myself i love the models for art's sake.
the tiles here could well be applied to dioramas as well.

Hey thanks, Perry. Yeah, I could totally see these being used for dioramas. The lack of walls (at least a back wall) is a little unfortunate, though I can always design some to go with these. My gaming group and I have been using the PT figures for a lot of our gaming needs, and when I realized that we weren't the only ones this just made sense.