This artpack consists primarily of mapping tiles, ranging in size from 8x8 squares to 1x1 squares. The artpack contains a total of 216 pieces of art, and supports mapping out both exterior and interior locations. While the artpack is best for fantasy/medieval settings, many of it's contents will be equally suitable for use in other genres. The tiles do not have a grid printed on them, so they can be used with either a square grid or a hex grid overlay in BRPG.
All artwork in this artpack was either created by professional cartographer Corey Macourek, or derived from his work in some way (e.g., color mods, combined/separated elements, etc.). More specifically, from his "Mapping Adventures: New Expeditions"
product. If you are familiar with Paizo's GameMastery line of maps
, you may already be familiar with Corey Macourek's spectacular work.
Here is a breakdown of the artpack's contents:
Grass & Paths (28) (paths available in 3 colors)
Water (6 colors) (12 x 6 = 72)
Wood Plank Floors (6 colors/variants) (36)
"Objects" includes things like bones, books, maps, scrolls, tables, chairs, thrones, torches and treasure chests.
"Effects" include things like blood trails, spell/energy orbs, and fireballs/explosions.
All the artwork is high-resolution (122 pixels per cell), so it won't pixelate even at full zoom in BRPG, and has been organized into logical categories, for faster mapping.
This is a convenient set both for GM's who like to improvise on-the-fly and those who like to create elaborate layouts well ahead of game-time.
The artpack file is 39.8 MB zipped, and 67.3 MB unzipped.
"Mapping Tiles Pack 1" costs $8.00 for GMs (but, like all artpacks, is free for players). This is the lowest-priced artpack for BRPG, so I hope it proves popular.
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.