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I was also wondering if anyone had the measurements as well.

I have 2nd edition wrapped for my family for Christmas.

Its driving me nuts as I want to create some custom tiles for it.
Id really like to work on some this holiday weekend, but it seems like I might have to wait another month as I cant find any tiles anywhere.

I really just need the outline and dimensions not even a copyrighted full image.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you.
 
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I believe the spaces themselves are one inch squares. Does that help?
 
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Dexter345 wrote:
I believe the spaces themselves are one inch squares. Does that help?


Thanks but I need the actual outline and size of the tiles themselves to be able to make new ones.
 
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If you just need to know the measurements to make your own tiles, then I feel like you could, for instance, take the following image...



...and use the knowledge that each square is 1 inch by 1 inch to figure out the size and shape of the jigsaw puzzle part. It would be good to note that the tiles are all double-sided, with one side being outdoor and the other being indoor. Outdoor tiles cannot connect directly to indoor pieces, but there are included two 2x2 tiles that allow such a connection.

The size of the tiles themselves is dependent on how many squares you stick in it. Want a 4x4 tile? Make it four inches by four inches.

If you want all of the actual tiles scanned, I'd ask this guy:
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Yeah man, good image, I might be able to work with those images.
Maybe I will still PM that dude you referenced.

Thanks again man, you've be very helpful
 
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Dexter345 wrote:
If you want all of the actual tiles scanned, I'd ask this guy:
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Shhhhh

I do have them scanned, been working on a TileSet for a while now. Will eventually get it done.

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shnar wrote:
Dexter345 wrote:
If you want all of the actual tiles scanned, I'd ask this guy:
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Shhhhh

I do have them scanned, been working on a TileSet for a while now. Will eventually get it done.

-shnar


 
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You also could use the vassal module pics.
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Robin wrote:
You also could use the vassal module pics.


yup, vassal has every tile and every single component.
 
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Just installed, didnt help as there are no interlocking tabs in those images.
 
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Robin wrote:
You also could use the vassal module pics.


yup, vassal has every tile and every single component.


Incorrect, Vassal does not provide the back of the lieutenant and monster cards. All other components are in it though.
 
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You can use the ones from the quest editor
http://tools.fantasyflightgames.com/descent/

Source images are stored there: http://tools.fantasyflightgames.com/media/images/01-A.png

with [XX]-[A/B].png as file names
XX being tile number and A/B being the side (A for outdoor, B for indoor.
 
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You can use the ones from the quest editor
http://tools.fantasyflightgames.com/descent/

Source images are stored there: http://tools.fantasyflightgames.com/media/images/01-A.png

with [XX]-[A/B].png as file names
XX being tile number and A/B being the side (A for outdoor, B for indoor.

Very cool, can work with those in PS and figure things out. Any chance you know the files names for all the other bits and bobs? (Entrance/Exit, inide to outside etc, all those that has no number on them)
 
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