Forest Road + Roll20 setup video

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FOREST ROAD BATTLEMAP D&D TERRAIN.jpg

For the last couple of months I’ve been working on figuring out a way to create an interesting perspective that combines a more visual isometric approach with a standard topdown perspective for battlemaps. Especially when it comes to designing multistoried buildings. In my upcoming pack on Patreon I will be introducing my latest designs where I explore this new technique, but before I launch them I created a basic forest map to figure out what I could do with implementing trees (an element I’ve never really gotten right in the past in my mixed technique). Which makes use of a simple technique, one I created for doing roofs or multistoried buildings, where I create a base maplayer with tree trunks and a png layer with just the tree tops. This creates multiple solutions in one design as I can upload them as two separate layers in Roll20 (check out the how to video below) or print them either separately or with a lower opacity on the tree layer.

I would like to invite you to check out the design yourself, which you can download for free on my Patreon. If you enjoy the work and are interested in more you can either follow me on Instagram or back me on Patreon for more quality maps, miniatures and custom monsters.

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