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Epic Isometric Bundle

Epic Isometric Bundle

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Epic Isometric Classic set + Advanced set bundle.


This set is made possible by my kickstarter backers.

Everything you need for a great campaign.+ all seperated map elements.

13 Large themed isometric maps in .jpg format

Ancient Catacombs (multi level), Celestial Paths, Crypts Of Hatred, Dark Forest, Grasslands, Night Castle (multi level), The Dark Caves(Multi level), The Green Midlands, The undermarket + Wizards Tavern Interior, Wizards Quarter.

88 hero/monster Isometric icons in .png format.

112 items in .png card format for easy handouts.

22 spell effects you can use on the maps and in conjunction with the player icons in .png format

  • Maps and player icons hand drawn in a consistent isometric style that you can use to create your own adventures in digital tabletop software such as Roll20. 
  • Classic Core set includes huge maps, encounter areas, interior and exterior areas, player icons, monster icons, loot handouts, traps cards, and spell effects that can be placed on the maps and work with the icons.
  • Easy to import into your tabletop software of choice. 

Epic Isometric Advanced set. (332 piece set)

This set is made possible by my kickstarter backers. 

Create small encounter areas or massive multi level dungeon fortresses for your players to explore.

Everything you need to create epic isometric maps,dungeons,encounter areas.(Digital tabletop friendly formats) Set includes...

  • 332 Highly modular elements for Infinite layouts.
  • Themed seperated isometric map elements in .png format perfect for constructing large levels for digital tabletops, Or import directly into your digital tabletop.
  • Easy to import into your tabletop software of choice. I use roll20.
  • Easy to use in photo editing software. Highly compatible .png format.

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Lukas Søgaard E March 18, 2018 8:20 pm UTC
I really like this product but, hot damn! i need a ranger token bad. any plans on making more content packs?
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Ismael A March 05, 2018 2:17 am UTC
The price seems to keep changing for this sale period (GM Day 2018, up to March 11th I think). I'm waiting to see if it should happen to be lower. Is this the final change to the sale price?
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Jim M March 02, 2018 3:15 pm UTC

I've been looking over this package and it looks fantastic and it looks like it would really add some depth and detail to my campaign. This question has been asked several times, but I haven't seen an answer. Can these items be printed out for use on a table? The online RPG doesn't work for my group and where we have our sessions, it's simply not conducive to having an entire technology setup running at the same time.

Thank you.
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Ismael A March 01, 2018 7:22 pm UTC
How does this bundle work if you have a free Roll20 account? Will it exceed the default size limits? Is it easy enough to upload and use? I'm very curious.
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Alex D March 01, 2018 10:48 pm UTC
If you add every map into the one game at the same time yeah it would go over your default space but I'd rarely have everything loaded, players can spend afew sessions on the one map, also using the modular parts you can build out very large maps using minimal storage. As far as usability is concerned, it is like stacking dungeon blocks and throwing icons on top.
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BRIAN M February 13, 2018 1:43 am UTC
Hi Alex,

First off, truly excellent product. I cannot wait to show your work off to my group; they're going to love it.

I do, however, have a question/request: Are there existing plans to produce additional "heroes/monsters", and if not, what would it take to make that happen? There's enough in the Epic Isometric Bundle to make due, but I would be absolutely thrilled if I could get my hands on 2-3 male & female "minis" for each class & race and additional varieties of creatures--particularly those that are often encountered in groups, hordes, etc. For example, there are currently no archer or bard type minis of any kind, there are maybe 2 obviously female minis (one of which is an angel, so super cool, but not exactly a mini I'll be using very frequently), and I would love to see more orcs, goblins, lizardfolk, etc. How about bandits/thugs, werewolves, vampires, skaven/ratfolk, animals other than wolves (including 2-3 more wolf designs), etc.?

I'm...See more
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Alex D February 13, 2018 11:45 am UTC
I am currently working on the first big expansion with loads more monsters. It's called Ork war, I will get it out there in the next month or so. I have loads of plans for more pretty much everything on the initial kickstarter stretch goal list
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BRIAN M February 13, 2018 3:18 pm UTC

That sounds great! I'm very eager to get my hands on more of your work. Any way I can get notifications about progress/new products?

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Jonathan M February 12, 2018 6:44 pm UTC
Great looking product but it looks there is one lingering questtion. Can these be used in print? They look like they would work fantastically with the ICRPG stuff. Thanks!

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Shane K February 10, 2018 7:54 pm UTC
Can I use this for a streamed D&D game on twitch though a VTT?
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Alex D February 11, 2018 12:41 am UTC
Yes absolutely.
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Benjamin T February 04, 2018 3:50 am UTC
Hi Alex, are these compatible with fantasy grounds?
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Alex D February 04, 2018 3:10 pm UTC
yep check it out.
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Matthew V January 31, 2018 5:59 pm UTC
Do you have high resolution images of these pieces? I thought I'd be able to create a map and potentially print it, but the images are very low resolution.
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LI JEN L January 30, 2018 5:52 pm UTC
Good Gentleman:
I am an aspiring Manga Artist, still learning to draw, with backgrounds being my biggest weakness in terms of skill.
And these backgrounds are drop dead gorgeous, and excellently proportioned in terms of perspective :)

For the sake of practice and handing in assignments (none of which will make me a cent of money), do I have permission to use elements of the scenery contained within this product for backgrounds that will appear in End of Semester Assignments?

Thank You.

Sincerely Lin Liren
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Alex D January 31, 2018 2:25 pm UTC
Yes thats ok with me, non commercial use is always cool. I'm happy you dig the material :)
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Tomi K January 30, 2018 5:40 pm UTC
Gorgeous artwork! This product lists Pathfinder, OGL, D&D and GURPS as the rules systems. Does this mean that the maps have hexes in addition to squares? (GURPS uses hexes)
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Matthew V January 31, 2018 6:00 pm UTC
There are no hex grids.
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loic G January 30, 2018 11:00 am UTC
Hi i'm not a digital guy , i love paper , rpg maps and tiles , can i print your stuff and make paper isometric maps with it ?
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Roman E January 22, 2018 5:59 am UTC
Hi. This artwork looks awesome. I’d like to know under which type of licence is this work released and what are the conditions of use? Thanks.
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Alex D January 31, 2018 2:24 pm UTC
I can work out a non exclusive commercial agreement if that's something you need, email me
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Roman E February 05, 2018 4:36 am UTC
Hi Alex, I'm sorry but that didn't answer my question. I'd like to know under which license is this work released and what are the conditions of use as it is? Thanks.
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Benjamin T January 21, 2018 9:48 am UTC
Hi Alex,

I bought the bundle and love the artwork! Is there a guide to help noob consumers start piecing together their own isometric maps?
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Nick V January 12, 2018 1:34 pm UTC
Hi Alex,

First of all I gotta say I love the artwork. I just began working with roll20 and I thought these maps would be a perfect addon for my new campaign. Now when I drag random map parts into roll20 (directly from my pc folder) they come out really small. I can't seem to figure out the scale/grid system. Can you help me with this?
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Alex D January 15, 2018 1:32 am UTC
Hello Nick, Ok here is what I use for page setup

set page size to 100 x 100 units

set unit size to 3ft per unit

Hide grid

I drop a blank background into the map layer, then build in the token layer, I start building in the top left and work my way down. Once I get a good layout i drop everything into the map layer. if parts appear to vanish select the background layer right click and send to back.

here is an example of it all working for you to check out
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Nick V January 17, 2018 8:06 am UTC
Hey Alex,

Thank you for the response. I've tried the above and the following happens. I set the page size to 100 x 100 units and unit size to 3 ft. per unit. I dropped the BLANK_Dungeonmap in the map & background layer and adjusted it so it fits the whole page. I uploaded the images from my hard drive into Roll20. I drag and drop map elements in the token layer unto the field. I kept it simple and made a small 'dungeon layout'. Right off the bat I noticed the elements don't fit perfectly together and some are way bigger than the rest. Afterwards I select everything and move the elements to the map/background layer. The end result is that I have multiple rooms with different sizes (Which I dont think is intended). Do I need to adjust every element that it fits seamless to the element it sits next to? If so that's way more work than I thought this would be.

Maybe I am doing something terribly wrong, but I tried comparing it to the map where you've linked me in and it's just totally...See more
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January 11, 2018 10:16 pm UTC
Hi Alex,

I'm assuming that the Bundle's "classic" = "core"? i.e. There are only two sets available at the moment.

Absolutely beautiful work btw! I'm a roll20 DM as well and this looks as if it would be loads of fun to use...
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