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  • #145581
    AvatarBryan Deemer
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    I own all of the Rampage tile sets and have printed quite a few. However sometimes when trying to recreate a map from a D&D book, etc, I run into problems where I’m not sure exactly what pieces I need. Eventually I take a guess, print some parts, only to discover that they are the wrong pieces.

    Has Matt made any PDFs available of the basic shapes so I can get out the trusty scissors and try piecing everything together before I waste time and plastic trying to print the wrong parts?

    #145614
    AvatarZoltan
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    If you have Visio, you can use this: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1955870
    Or grab the pdf from here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2512283

    These are up to OpenLock v5 (the latest revision is v7.5), but it is more than sufficient to get you started.

    #145670
    AvatarBryan Deemer
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    Awesome. Thanks so much!

    #146208
    Avatarmick.virgin
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    This is helpful – thanks.
    for the bigger pieces like towers and castle walls any chance you can do a few videos on building something that looks good and putting the part list in the description? I have a bunch of rampage tiles but have no idea where to start to build something nice.

    #154262
    Avatarhedeon79
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    Could Printable Scenery consider developing simple piece of a software, or even better – a web app to plan our dungeons before printing? This would save us a ton of a time and money. It probably gets easier with experience, but at the moment it is quite difficult for me to figure out what I need and how the pieces will fit together….

    #154263
    Avatarhedeon79
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    I just learned about the existance of a Bulder Beta on Printable Scenery. Exactly what I was dreaming about! Is this alive? Amount of available tiles is rather limiting,…

    #160717
    Avatarmysfitking
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    #164294
    Avatarhedeon79
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    Better but still most of printable scenery tiles is not implemented…

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