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Print & Paste Dungeon textures: Floors & Walls

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This pdf file contains all the textures you'll need to make the dungeon tiles featured in video below.

So grab them for free, or pay as little (or as much) as you like!

(note that this file has been updated since the filming of the video, and now contains an offset version of the floor pattern in addition to the original one)

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Gregory B July 28, 2019 5:23 pm UTC
Love your 2.5D tiles & all those great extras. Simple and fun to make and the players love the extra detail, far better than me drawing on grid'd paper.
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Andrew M September 22, 2018 1:28 pm UTC
Kristian, do you grant individual rights for resources used in others' products?
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Kristian R September 22, 2018 2:10 pm UTC
What did you have in mind? (as I'm not sure how these would feature in another product/project). However, I do already have lots of cheap 'stock art' maps if that's the kind of thing you're looking for (see here: ).
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Andrew M September 22, 2018 2:54 pm UTC
I'm considering using your dungeon tiles to build the background image for a small dungeon, from which I would create a pen and ink result. Even though your resources wouldn't be actually in the final image, I'd want to work out an agreement for credit or compensation.

Thanks for the tip on the stock art. I'll look through it, but I don't see myself wanting to use another's layout whole hog. I'm simply not a good enough pictorial artist to make things to my own satisfaction, as much as I do have the skills to chop and transform others' work into something I like.

(PS -- But now that I'm actually looking through's pretty great...Hmmmmmm).
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Kristian R September 22, 2018 6:27 pm UTC
Drop me an e-mail at if you want to chat some more about stuff like this (as I have other options that might be of interest :) ).
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Pasquale M June 30, 2018 1:44 pm UTC
Hello Crooked Staff,
I am pretty sure that I am going to like them textures, as I already liek the videos and the spirit behind them.

I do have a little request (sorry for being that guy...)

Do you think it would be possible to add a layer in the pdf for Hex map overlay?
I know is not common to use hexmaps still, including them in the pdf as an option would increase the appeal.
At least for me.

Thanks in advance!
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Kristian R June 30, 2018 6:18 pm UTC
No apology needed.

However, I lack the ability/software to make layered pdf files, so when I offer multiple versions (like the cave tiles I've recently released) they are supplied as separate images.

But with regard to these particular tiles... as you can see, there is no grid overlay to speak of (as the grid is just a by-product of the space between the stone slabs), and while I have no immediate plans to redraw them all as hexagonal slabs ...I will add it to the (ever expanding) to-do list :)

Sorry if that's not the answer you were hoping for, but I will try and get around to something like that eventually.
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Pasquale M July 06, 2018 4:24 pm UTC
Honest and straightforward answers are my favourite ones!
Keep it up with the good work!

(Maybe I'll be able to work something out for the Hex after all)
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Andrew M September 22, 2018 1:25 pm UTC
Can I recommend something? It involves a minimal spend. Get, and buy S John Ross's HexPaperPro font. is dead easy to use, as is HexPaperPro (just a font, after all). So easy to copy the image to, add another layer, type whichever grid type and size you want into that layer, and turn the layer on or off as you wish.

Kristian, thanks for your high-quality work.
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Will W June 21, 2018 1:27 am UTC
So i would like to print off these in bulk, but kinkos and office max both require a release form, anyone have any leads on this?
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Kristian R June 21, 2018 10:36 am UTC
Each page has a 'permission is granted to print...' line of text which should suffice in most instances. However, I've just replied to your facebook message (sorry for the delay's probably a time zone thing) with a bit more info. I hope that helps!
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Kristian R February 22, 2018 11:40 pm UTC
A bonus video (showing how to make a few other things with these textures) can be found here :
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Adam S January 21, 2018 5:44 pm UTC
Great resource. Very simple. As illustrated in the video it can be quite useful for a DM looking to add a little 2.5D magic to map, without spending countless hours scratch building dungeon tiles.

Having scratch built my own 2.5D dungeons, I can tell you it becomes quite tedious to repeatedly hand draw and then etch or paint the stonework required for floor tiles. This resource would have saved me quite a lot of time.
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