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Facilitator for wandering monsters and space critters. Dungeon Maker for tyrannical GMs (sometimes friendly ones too).

Yes, as above, my name is Greg Taylor aka Greytale. I have been making RPG mapping art since 2006. I established Dungeon Arts in 2012 and made my first commercial set for Roll20 that same year.

All of my content is hand drawn just as it was back when I started playing decades ago minus the graph paper.

How important is the map ?! You have that pencil scratched graph paper. You have that four tile set that has the same skeleton on every tile. You have that map from that dusty old rpg that is “kind of” close, so what if it is the old west.

Mapping should be easy as possible for you to set up. You should be able to reuse maps over and over again without annoying static objects and they should look good.

I approach each pack as though I were sitting at a table with you and your players. Let me provide the foundation, the stone and wood, the metal and tech, that bring your stories to life. So when is the next game?

"9 out of 10 Orcs prefer Dungeon Arts dungeons" - Grum the Ugly