Game Tiles you say? That’s right we are producing a range of 3D tiles for Tabletop games.
Our Dungeon tile ranges is our most poular rnage but we are currently expanding in to Sci-fi and urban tiles as well
Their primary use is for creating dungeon scenes for your table top roleplaying games like Pathfinder, Dungeons & Dragons and the 101 other game systems out there, they make great display bases for any miniatures and they can also be used as great Bases for figures.
But none of that is important at the moment, what is important is for us to tell you what they are, what they are made of and how you can get your hands on them!
The Tiles are made from either a high-density plaster mixed with a special blend of materials that give the tiles a strong durable finish, or Resin.
We will be moving the entire range over to resin, but for now we are producing tiles using both types of material.
Our tiles are made to fit a 1inch grid system, with each individual square tile being 1inch square, making our standard floor tile 2 inches square.
The tiles come in three different finishes:
Bare Bones Tiles: Unpainted Grey Resin. These tiles are as raw as we can make them for you. There are two main reasons for doing this:
1) They are a bit cheaper for you, as you’re not paying for our studio painters to paint them.
2) The tiles are ready for you to paint in any way you might want to paint them.
It also means you can customise them by, adding extra details or scratch them up making dents and dings in them to make them look battle worn.
Deluxe Tiles: Painted, bases and finished Tiles – The ultimate in Dungeon Tile Sets. These sets are hand painted by our studio painters, each set is painted individually, so that all the tiles in a set match each other, in terms of colour.
Each dungeon tile is handmade, right here in the UK, using materials sourced locally. Each set is created and for those with a deluxe finish is painted individually, so there may be slight variations in colour and small imperfections, like small air bubbles, or slight malformations. We feel this adds to the uniqueness of the pieces and allows for some great modelling opportunities
The masters that we use to make the pieces are cast by hand and made from component parts. These original component parts come from Hirst Arts moulds, which have some of the finest sculpted pieces we have seen. We are fully Licensed by Hirst Arts, and use their moulds along with our own sculpting to make all of our pieces.
Dungeon Floor Pieces
Cracked Flagstone Floor Pieces
These floor tiles have a smooth worn surface with Cracks through them. They look like Aged flagstones, perfect for a dungeon. They also go very well with the standard Flagstone pieces to give a larger area a more random look.
Fieldstone Floor Pieces
These pieces are made up of lots of little stones, much more in keeping with traditional flagstone floors.
Dungeon Wall Pieces
Gothic Wall Pieces
These are gothic stone walls. they come in a series of different lengths to help you build dungeons of any design. They work perfectly with every floor type, and look amazing on the table.
These are fieldstone walls. they come in a series of different lengths to help you build dungeons of any design. They work perfectly with every floor type, and look amazing on the table.
Just as a a quick disclaimer we are not affiliated with any of the game, model or rule manufacturers, nor are we endorsed by them, we just like playing their games and want to give other gamers a nice playing surface to increase their enjoyment of their hobby and the games we love so much!
Any models used in our photography, are done so with out permission from the manufacturers, although they are all painted by our studio painters!
Each dungeon tile is hand made, right here in the UK, using materials sourced locally.
Each set is created and for those with a deluxe finish are painted individually, so there may be sight variations in colour and small imperfections, like small air bubbles, or slight malformations. We feel this adds to the uniqueness of the pieces and allows for some great modelling opportunities.