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.
See twforman’s post below for the svg file.
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!
(The forum does that to unzipped SVG files…you can Zip it first and it will upload without problem.)
You certainly rolled a 20 on these! Turned out great!
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.
mini-full-sheet-01.zip (2.4 MB)
Looks good, thanks for posting.
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.
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.