If you've been following my latest YouTube series, you will already be familiar with the tiny trees and houses that I've been making recently...
...so the next thing that I needed to make were the actual hex tiles that they'll all be glued on top of:
So, as you can see, this latest video/pdf provides a wide variety of 'dirt road' hex tiles that we can use to make our little village tiles.
But if you're not familiar with this project, the idea is to make a bunch of modular hex tiles that can be put together in various configurations to produce nice little 3D village maps on the fly ...i.e.:
(the DM lays out half a dozen tiles)
DM: "OK, you enter the village of Oldstead..."
Players: "Actually, we'll press on and make for Newvale!"
(the DM swaps out a few tiles and shuffles them around a bit)
DM: "OK, you enter the village of Newvale..."
That's the idea anyway ...and as time goes on I'll be adding things like docks (with one or two little ships maybe), stone patterns (for walls, keeps, temples, etc.), and so on.
Anyway, before I get too ahead of myself I should probably point out that you can get this latest pdf over on DriveThruRPG as a pay-what-you-want download ...and that I hope to get the next video (i.e. the one with the fences/enclosures/crops) out this month as well (an example of which can be seen below):