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Dungeon Tiles: Carved Stone

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These modular tiles make it easy to build your own custom battle maps for your games or DM's Guild products and are compatible with the rest of the Companion Mouse “Dungeon Tiles” series of products.

The design is based on a 3 x 3 inch tile size, but, also include 3 x 6 inch, 3 x 9 inch, 6 x 6 inch, and 6 x 9 inch tiles. These sizes have been chosen because they are all easily printed using common color printers on letter size (8.5 x 11 inch) paper.

This collection is being introduced with 50 tile designs and additional tiles will be added based on your interest and input. Feel free to leave reviews, but, please leave suggestions and requests in the Discussions tab.

Files are provided in three different ways for use in print (400dpi) or for screen (150dpi) applications. The PDF contains print quality images laid out on letter paper with bleeds and trim marks making efficient use of paper. The CMYK-PRINT folder contains the individual raw images with a 0.125 inch bleed. (A bleed is when the image extends past the edge of the finished piece so that when it is trimmed the image runs all the way to the edge even if your cuts are not perfect. These must be trimmed to finished size or the grid will not line up.) The RGB-SCREEN folder contains the individual raw images without the bleed for use on screen or design/mockups to determine how many of what tiles your map will need.

You can make the printed dungeon tiles more durable by placing them on a backing made of card board, mat board, foam core, lexan, or other materials depending on how durable you want them to be. I’ve found it best to laminate the printed images to the backing before trimming. When trimming do not remove an entire edge but start cutting just beyond a corner so the tiles and cut marks remain in place until the all sides of the tile have been cut. A clear coat spray finish or laminate can be placed on top to protect the image and even make it possible to make a dry erase finish. You can even take the files to your nearest printer for the most professional results.

DM’s Guild Content Creators

You may use maps you create with these tiles in your own DM’s Guild products with a few conditions and limitations. By including Companion Mouse Dungeon Tiles in your own DM’s Guild product you agree to the following:

  1. DM’s Guild Content Creators will only distribute complete assembled maps created with Companion Mouse Dungeon Tiles. Individual map tiles, tile collections, or redistribution of any Companion Mouse artwork that has not been assembled into a single file or complete map is prohibited.
  2. Maps created with Companion Mouse Dungeon Tiles must not be the primary focus of DM’s Guild Content Creator’s products and must be accompanied by an adventure or other content related to the maps.
  3. DM’s Guild Content Creators agree to provide a small 2.75% royalty on sales of products sold on the DM’s Guild that make use Companion Mouse products. This can be set up in your account under “Manage My Royalties” by finding your products that use Companion Mouse map resources > Selecting “Split” > Enter collaboration@companionmouse.com in the email field > Enter 2.75 in the percentage field > and Selecting “Submit”.
  4. Companion Mouse products, in part or in whole, must not be offered for sale or distributed in any way anywhere besides the DM’s Guild.

I love being credited as: Jonathan Dilworth at Companion Mouse

 
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File Last Updated:
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This title was added to our catalog on October 07, 2019.