Dungeons and Dragons Minis

My friend has been DMing(dungeon mastering) the Storm Kinds Thunder adventure for a group of us for about six months(meeting every 3 weeks). He printed some great maps. He ordered great minis for the players but he enemies markers were just paper squares that said small creature and large creature. So i cranked out a sheet of them in Adobe illustrator. If your doing this remember the numbered bases make a world of difference for your DM.

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See twforman’s post below for the svg file.

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Great job!

They came out fantastic, and it’s very generous of you to share the file!

It would be if i wasn’t screwing up the upload some how. The file in the post doesn’t look right. I’ll try to fix it.

Oh very cute! :grinning:
(The forum does that to unzipped SVG files…you can Zip it first and it will upload without problem.)

thanks

You certainly rolled a 20 on these! Turned out great!

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Any chance of getting that zipped file? I’d love to make some of these for my campaign.

I’ll try to post it again tonight but it says I am too new of a member. Worst case scenario message me directly and well find a way to make it happen.

Here is the zip file. I had Ben send it to me so I could post it for him.

I haven’t actually looked at it yet though.

Thanks Ben!

mini-full-sheet-01.zip (2.4 MB)

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Looks good, thanks for posting.

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I made a handful of these figs. They are pretty neat. I’m not sure if I managed to goof them up when re-arranging them or what, but some of them ran the cut twice and kind of burned the edges.

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hmmmm, inkscape seems to hate this svg. Loads fine in the glowforge software but if I open it in inkscape to adjust the colours it destroys it

unfortunately I work in adobe illustrator so it might not be calibrated correctly for inkscape? Did you ever get it working? If I can do anything to help let me know?

Yea I’ve never had an issue with a file like this before. I just wanted to consolidate some of the colours a little but was a no do with inkscape. Maybe a PDF would stay together better than an SVG?

I did get some of the goblins made for a friend though. Thanks.

I just opened the file fine in inkscape, maybe try with a newer version. What OS are you on, could of been unzipping it?

This is awesome, I’m cranking out a set of goblins for a first session I’m running tonight. I also adapted the base for a wizard familiar. Thanks a lot!

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it opened fine but was super messy to use/edit

looking to print this set, but new to glow forge, what materials did you use and did you just pull the avg to glowforge or how did you edit?