Posted By Billiam Babble on August 19, 2014
Printable PDF 6 pages of foliage and grass (three colour schemes)
Image files: 300DPI 2100×2700 graphic files for personal use in art programs
Merged sample of art
Suggestions of use in play (mock-ups)
Dark tree counters on one printed sheet of light green grass
Or … light green grass path sections and clearings laid over two sheets of dark green foliage
Downloadable PDF How-to-Use guide (free)
Click on graphic to view / download
Thumbnails of pages in Forest Cut-Ups PDF file
The sheets/counters are printed here on matt white card with inkjet set to “normal” print settings
Thanks for browsing!
Posted By Billiam Babble on June 8, 2014
Award winning UK company All Rolled Up have adopted an Inked Adventures (Billiam Babble) fabric for their Premium ARU range. If you like your dice, pens and rulebooks in one portable cloth roll, then take a look at the hand made ARU and TARU gaming accessories on their website: allrolledup.co.uk
Premium ARU dressed in Inked Adventure’s (Billiam Babble’s)
Dungeon Geomorph Pattern (to see more ARUs and purchase)
Dungeon map printed fabrics are available to home-crafters and companies at Billiam Babble’s page on Spoonflower.
Posted By Billiam Babble on May 25, 2014
Inked Adventures dice bags from Greyed Out
Dice bag makers Greyed Out have chosen to produce exquisite dice bags with a reversible linings using some of Inked Adventures own designs. Greyed Out produce a variety of hand sewn, custom made and hand-printed pouches for all your dice transportation needs.
Greyed Out store on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/greyedout
Inked Adventures fabric and wallpaper prints
Crafters of a sewing nature may appreciate the textile prints Billiam Babble has made available on Spoonflower (also wallpaper!).
ARU All Rolled Up
Some Inked Adventures fabric prints are also being used by the All Rolled Up company – purveyors of specialised tabletop gaming roll-wallets. All rolled Up will have a stall at this year’s UK Gaming Expo.All ARU products can also be ordered through their site: http://allrolledup.co.uk/
|Inked Adventures quality tester, Lucy-cat,
demonstrates the durability of the
Greyed Out dice bag drawstrings.
Belated thank you
Thanks (and apologies) to gamers and fans who have sent photos of their games and examples of customisations of our dungeon tiles and cut-up sections. We will endevour to post the pictures up soon in a suitable location with credits. May we also draw attention to our Tumblr page which features works-in-progress and submitted photos from gamers: http://inkedadventures.tumblr.com
Also a very quick thank you to Ye Olde Inn for nominating us for a Liebster award (grin).
Happy gaming and may your dungeons continue to be beautiful!
Posted By Billiam Babble on October 13, 2013
I am amazed at the resourcefulness of some DMs. Tabletop gamer, Steve Clarkson, sent me these maps, which are composited using different commercial mapping graphics -including adapted Inked Adventures products (plus EVG’s Vexing Sands) and even old rough pieces I’d stashed away on my deviant art page.
I think that they are rather awesome. :)
Inked Adventures primarily publish printable dungeon sections (which are cut up and assembled at the gaming table) – and have yet to wander to deeply into the electronic world of VTT maps, but it’s something IA are looking into. Steve, like other customers, has also requested outdoor sections/tiles, especially forests – which given enough time will definitely become a reality (given enough time … and a little self-cloning…).
Billiam Babble, artist for Inked Adventures.
Posted By Billiam Babble on August 23, 2013
I’m a little late with this … by nearly a month!
Sjeng over at Ye Olde Inn’s Hero Quest community blog has announced the winners to their competition where entrants were asked to submit photos and a game report of Inked Adventures Large Scale Geomorph Tiles in use in a game (or using the sample pack at least)
Congratulations and thank yous to IvanBach and Daedalus for their wonderful photo submissions.
(If Flash isn’t enabled: Try viewing IvanBach’s Flickr photo-story set here)
Daedalus’s resourcefully inventive use of 5ft wide
corridors and scenery from the free sample set
(click for larger picture)
Thanks again for downloading our products, having fun and spreading the word! :)
Posted By Billiam Babble on July 6, 2013
A very cool review and competition has been posted at Ye Olde Inn – a blog specialising in playing and customising the classic dungeon board game RPG HeroQuest.
Inked Adventures’ own designs are greatly influenced by the art in games like HeroQuest, AHQ and Warhammer Quest, so seems apt (and an honour) that HQ players might choose to use our tiles.
Papercrafting artist, designer and blogger, Sirrob01 has created a beautiful set of dungeon sections using the Inked Adventures Basic Pack – with modifications. :)
Sirrob01 has modified the Inked Adventures Dungeon Sections Basic Pack ( http://bit.ly/IAbasic ) which is deliberately irregular in order to suit many maps in games – it even has diagonal passages. For simpler, but slightly more regular tiles, the Square Dungeon Tiles set ( http://bit.ly/squaredungeontiles ) is also one of our bestsellers. Free bonus tiles : http://bit.ly/4x4bonus
Posted By Billiam Babble on June 15, 2013
Happy Free RPG Day 2013!
If you haven’t already downloaded all of the free stuff that we put on our DriveThruRPG store page you may find this link handy: http://bit.ly/IAfreestuff
There’s free products there all the year round.
(and don’t forget Father’s Day tomorrow…) ;)
Posted By Billiam Babble on May 31, 2013
Frugal DM are running a cool competition where you can win Inked Adventures products (or DTRPG gift-card equivalent) when you submit a winning photo of Inked Adventures tiles or sections being used in-game.
Full details here:
Grey Matter Games release Deadly Missions Fantasy Dungeon
Grey Matter Games have put together a smooth bundle which combines printable figures, special combat rules and our square tiles pack. All of the items can also be bought separately. The bundle is in fact a complete stand-alone dungeon crawling battle game. If you like to try out new systems with great looking accessories be sure to check this out. (Also ideal as a gift) http://bit.ly/GMGbundle
Free Sample Tiles
Download six 10″sq tiles taken from the new large geomorph pack for free!
On DriveThruRPG: http://bit.ly/6FreeTiles
|Full product (124 printable tiles
with counters, doors and jpgs)
|Free 10in hand drawn tiles on DriveThruRPG
To illustrate the versatility of just the 6 free tiles I’ve composited a low-res large dungeon map which you are free to download and use in your campaigns as a guide or player’s handout. (Please note that only printable tiles in a PDF are included in the free sample pack – jpgs for every tile map editing are provided in the full product)
Right-click on the fully opened images to save to your computer, or “save target as…” from the thumbnails.
Posted By Billiam Babble on May 12, 2013
Just out! Inked Adventures Hand Drawn Large Geomorph Tiles (25/28/30mm scale)
Instructions PDF (5mb)
Posted By Billiam Babble on April 28, 2013
Inked Adventures Hand Drawn Large Geomorph Tiles
“Downloadable ZIP pack includes: 128 printable numbered 10×10 tiles – print to paper or thin card for minimal assembly (64 designs plus mirror versions – entrance and edge tiles included) Numbered notes sheets with tile thumbnails. Graphics files for use with image editting and VTT software. Bonus printable free-standing doors, rubble, spiral steps, chest and pit-trap counters (black and white art)”
Click on thumbnail to view large version of promotional poster image.
Launch immanent! ;)
Posted By Billiam Babble on April 7, 2013
The new large scale Inked Adventures Hand Drawn Large Scale 10 inch Geomorph Tiles* will be including a few extras, such as free standing doors and scenery counters.
-Billiam B, Inked Adventures. 7th April 2013.
billiambabble -at- yahoo.co.uk
Posted By Billiam Babble on March 9, 2013
Our first glimpse of the Hand Drawn Geomorph Tiles from The Game Crafter in their new packaging. The foam inlay has two bays which are handy in play for organising the tile deck. We’re also considering a more compact box, but for now this is what the pre-print tiles from TGC arrive in. (The tiles are 3.5 in sq appx each)
The Game Crafter preprinted cards:
Or the PDF version on DTRPG:
Posted By Billiam Babble on March 3, 2013
Prototype testing for large scale/figure geomorph tiles. The larger tiles are 10”x10” – to the standard scale of 1″=5′=1sq – as requested by many of the customers who bought the hand drawn geomorph tiles (which are a small, yet handy, 3 to 3.5 inches square). Each tile is cut from two pages printed on card.
The art was originally intended for small tiles only, I’m impressed at how the pen art looks at a larger size – naturally all of the inaccuracies have been expanded too. ;)
I must confess, I ended up playing with the Lego whilst setting this up. I dedicate these images to everyone who supplements their tabletop games with Lego minifigs.
3 March 2013
Posted By Billiam Babble on February 23, 2013
We’ve having a few hiccups just trying to make the Geomorph Dungeon Tiles available in printed form through TheGameCrafter site.
I’m now able to buy my own boxed tile packs (72, 3.5in square, cards per pack) from this page:
Hopefully everyone else will be able to too, and hopefully our product will appear in the searchable store index.
These tiles are slightly larger than the those in the PDF on DTRPG – they are three and half inches square. I’ll be working on figure scale geomorph tiles soon.
TheGameCrafter is a Print On Demand site, so prices can sometimes be a little higher than card games that are printed in bulk. Also watch out for postal insurance and high shipping charges. In the UK I had an extra handling charge after the package was stopped by customs. If it happens again I’ll but up a note on the TheGameCrafter store page recommending the product to US and Canadian customers only – all other buyers beware! ;)
Posted By Billiam Babble on January 25, 2013
I’ve found in the original pack that there were a couple of repeat tiles (tiles 97 and 98 in the DM’s notes file) so I’ve replaced them with the following graphics.
If you bought through the OBS sites (DriveThru, RPGNow, WargameVault etc) the product will have been automatically updated in your Library. This design may also become available in a free sample pack – to be published shortly.
Hand Drawn Geomorph Tiles on DriveThru: http://bit.ly/IAgeomorph
Thanks for reading. :)
Posted By Billiam Babble on January 12, 2013
If you’ve tried to create your own dungeon crawl game or tried to play something resembling D&D with your own children then you’ll appreciate most of Rab’s observations in his blog, The Geekly Digest
Rab has been working on a children-friendly fantasy RPG called GoblinQuest (working title). In the play-testing with his sons I’m honoured to see that he has been using the Inked Adventures Modular Dungeon Sections. Check out his blog for more information.
(All photos courtesy of Rab’s Geekly Digest)
Posted By Billiam Babble on December 30, 2012
Jack Berberette / The Game Hermit has been constructing a HUGE dungeon map on his game room wall using Inked Adventures Modular Dungeon Sections (with some designs from the Square Dungeon Tiles, I believe)
Slide show of a few photos (flash required)
These were taken from one of The Game Hermit’s photo albums on Facebook.
Posted By Billiam Babble on December 24, 2012
Here’s wishing you all a great holiday season. Thank you for following, downloading and buying, or just dropping in to the tiny corner of the net that is Inked Adventures. Here’s also hoping that the New Year and MMXIII will bring you ever so slightly closer to your dreams.
May you dungeons be beautiful!
-Billiam Babble, December 2012.
Posted By Billiam Babble on December 14, 2012
Please Note – Small Scale ProductUnlike some of the other Inked Adventures products these Geomorph Tiles are not scaled for use with 25-28mm figures. Each tile represents a large dungeon area and is only 8cm (3.2 in) across to minimise whitespace waste. The 10×10 grid on each tile means that each square 8mm (0.3in) wide.Small geomorph tiles have been used in gaming since the 1970s mainly for map planning and reference in play (wikipedia)
Posted By Billiam Babble on December 9, 2012
Another mock-up lay-out of the geomorph tiles. (Deviant Art entry http://fav.me/d5nlynn )
Adapted from this:
(Deviant Art: http://billiambabble.deviantart.com/gallery/4084911 Tumblr: http://inkedadventures.tumblr.com/)
Posted By Billiam Babble on December 7, 2012
- Inked Adventures Hand Drawn Geomorph tiles can be used with alternate rows being staggered.
- This also creates increased variety when exiting an area in random play because one tile now can connect to 6 other tiles.
- The Hand Drawn Geomorphs Tiles can be downloaded here: http://bit.ly/IAgeomorph
Posted By Billiam Babble on December 3, 2012
Posted By Billiam Babble on October 13, 2012
Okay I know this is a bit random and I apologise for the low quality, but here are a few more samples of some of the initial art for the pack of geomorphs I’m working on. (I’m preparing this post on an iPad – hopefully, everything will get beamed to the right place when finished!)