DevilDan's Monster Tokens

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DevilDan's Monster Tokens

Postby heruca » Mon Jan 18, 2010 5:23 pm

This artpack contains 435 high-resolution figure tokens (including some which are color mods of the original tokens, for additional variety). They are suitable for use with fantasy or horror games that use a scale of 5 feet per square or 3 feet per hex.

All the tokens in this artpack were created by Devil Dan, who some of you may know from the Dundjinni forums.

The figures are broken down into the following 36 categories:
Balor (4)
Black Pudding (3)
Bugbear (11)
Chimera (4)
Cockatrice (6)
Dryad (8)
Erinyes (9)
Ettin (10)
Fire Giant (9)
Frost Giant (7)
Ghost (6)
Ghost Panther (10)
Gnoll (24)
Goblin (40)
Green Hag (9)
Grey Ooze (3)
Hydra (15)
Lamia (6)
Manticore (8)
Many-Eye (16)
Minotaur (12)
Naga (18)
Nymph (9)
Ochre Jelly (3)
Ogre (11)
Orc (48)
Satyr (12)
Shambling Mound (4)
Skeleton (28)
Solar Angel (8)
Squidhead (10)
Troll (9)
Unicorn (8)
Vrock (3)
Wererat (9)
Zombie (36)

Note that even higher resolution versions of these tokens are available for download for free from the Dundjinni website (specifically, look here for the "Fantastic Creatures" and "Fantastic Creatures 2" user artpacks; additional tokens can be found on the Dundjinni forums).

However, in this BRPG artpack, all of the tokens have been cleaned up in Photoshop, pre-rotated (to face to the right), scaled to match each other in relative size, and all are high-resolution (122 pixels per cell), so they won't pixelate even at full zoom in BRPG. I have also improved on the original coloring on many of the tokens, and created color mods of many of the creatures for additional variety.

This artpack costs $12.50 for GMs (but, like all artpacks, is free for players). That's about 2.87 cents per token. The artpack can be ordered from the Battlegrounds Store. Half of the proceeds will go to DevilDan (the artist), and the other half to support continued development of BRPG.

The artpack file is 48.6 MB zipped, and 60.8 MB unzipped.

Note that players will need to have this artpack installed during sessions where the GM will use it, and everyone must be using BRPG v1.4i or higher.

Contact sheets are provided below.
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Postby Omnidon » Mon Jan 18, 2010 8:29 pm

Beautiful figures :-P I especially like the wide variety of rich colors and how they contrast with the grays.
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Postby cyderak » Tue Jan 19, 2010 1:13 am

awesome......DevilDan is the man when it comes to Figure tokens.
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Postby heruca » Tue Jan 19, 2010 2:06 pm

Because tiny thumbnails just dont do these tokens justice, here are a few samples showing the tokens at actual size.

I also wanted to emphasize the great care and attention to detail that was taken to make these tokens look as good as they possibly can. Although making this artpack took weeks of painstaking work, I think the end result is well worth it, and adds significant value compared to using the free tokens.
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Postby Kepli » Tue Jan 19, 2010 4:38 pm

Great pack Heruca ... :D
The mods look great.

I am already using tokens made by DD a lot in my games, so I can definitely recommend them to anyone looking for high quality tokens.
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Postby mahhand » Wed Jan 20, 2010 1:00 pm

Sold me! Besides, Ihave been looking for a reason to throw some money Heruca's way. His customer service on my licences switching ( I format like waaaay to much) has been amazing.
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Postby cyderak » Wed Jan 20, 2010 11:32 pm

Hmmmm......Making money from releasing more art packs......Who saw that coming???.......THIS GUY......hehehe


Whats next?.....Pre-Set Scene Tiles?

More Map component packs?..........New Maps?........Tune in next time....

Same Bat-Time.......same Bat-Channel........


Good job Heruca.....Keep em coming
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Postby Lordippon » Thu Jan 21, 2010 6:20 am

Making money on artpacks is not a new concept.

If you are looking for artpacks and maps, try to have a look at ninegods.com they sell a lot of cool stuff and maps over there.
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Postby LarryRipper » Sat Oct 30, 2010 10:13 am

These are excellent. How long did they take to make and how did you do it? What software?

What if there were more http://restaurantsintunbridgewells.co.uk/ restaurants in Tunbridge Wells?
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Postby heruca » Sat Oct 30, 2010 11:24 am

Welcome, LarryRipper.

I believe DevilDan used DAZ and/or Poser to create these tokens. The clean-up work I did for this artpack was done in Photoshop.
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