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Re: Questing in the USA!

PostPosted: Tuesday July 5th, 2016 5:57pm
by knightkrawler
You da man, dude... |_P

Re: Questing in the USA!

PostPosted: Thursday September 1st, 2016 10:25am
by slev
30mm from the 22.5mm squares of the original board?

30/22.5*100 = 133.3(r)%

Thus, print at 133.34% of the original size.

Alternatively, take my 40mm resized versions from my web site and print them at 75%.

Re: Questing in the USA!

PostPosted: Thursday September 1st, 2016 2:34pm
by Anderas
I added the comic filter to the board, which is super good fitting to Heroquest artwork and removes those print failures that are everywhere, and added some luminosity noise afterwards to enhance the "stone" effect. Now it looks as if it had super high resolution. Sadly the print was going wrong.

Re: Questing in the USA!

PostPosted: Thursday September 1st, 2016 3:23pm
by sajungzak
Got em done and printed already, thanks. There's a link on the previous page.

It was pretty easy using gimp. It has the grid on the edges that can be set to mm's. Resized by hand. Paid no attention to bleed or whatever it's called. Not sure if I want to affix them (currently on card stock) to chip board or polystyrene sheets (plasticard).

Re: Questing in the USA!

PostPosted: Thursday September 1st, 2016 3:30pm
by knightkrawler
slev wrote:30mm from the 22.5mm squares of the original board?

30/22.5*100 = 133.3(r)%

Thus, print at 133.34% of the original size.

Alternatively, take my 40mm resized versions from my web site and print them at 75%.


Good you mention that. The links to these tiles on your site are dead or you didn't make them available or something.
Can't download cuz they can't be found.

Re: Questing in the USA!

PostPosted: Friday September 2nd, 2016 6:30am
by slev
knightkrawler wrote:
slev wrote:30mm from the 22.5mm squares of the original board?

30/22.5*100 = 133.3(r)%

Thus, print at 133.34% of the original size.

Alternatively, take my 40mm resized versions from my web site and print them at 75%.


Good you mention that. The links to these tiles on your site are dead or you didn't make them available or something.
Can't download cuz they can't be found.


OK, I'll look to get on that over the weekend!

Re: Questing in the USA!

PostPosted: Sunday March 5th, 2017 2:08pm
by sajungzak
When using a plus size board the furniture doesn't take up as much space as it is meant to in the Quest Maps. Once I've painted my Twisting Catacombs set I will do this right, but for now I've slapped together a playable version. Here is an example.

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I have different kinds of textured card for the floor in varying thicknesses to experiment with for the final product, but I have extra of these brick and cobblestone ones, so I used them. Got them at the model railroad shop.