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Epic Isometric Bundle

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Epic Isometric Classic set + Advanced set bundle.


This set is made possible by my kickstarter backers.Everything you need for a great campaign.+ all seperated map elements.

13 Large themed isometric maps in .jpg format

Ancient Catacombs (multi level), Celestial Paths, Crypts Of Hatred, Dark Forest, Grasslands, Night Castle (multi level), The Dark Caves(Multi level), The Green Midlands, The undermarket + Wizards Tavern Interior, Wizards Quarter.

88 hero/monster Isometric icons in .png format.

112 items in .png card format for easy handouts.

22 spell effects you can use on the maps and in conjunction with the player icons in .png format

  • Maps and player icons hand drawn in a consistent isometric style that you can use to create your own adventures in digital tabletop software such as Roll20. 
  • Classic Core set includes huge maps, encounter areas, interior and exterior areas, player icons, monster icons, loot handouts, traps cards, and spell effects that can be placed on the maps and work with the icons.
  • Easy to import into your tabletop software of choice. 

Epic Isometric Advanced set. (332 piece set)

This set is made possible by my kickstarter backers. 

Create small encounter areas or massive multi level dungeon fortresses for your players to explore.

Everything you need to create epic isometric maps,dungeons,encounter areas.(Digital tabletop friendly formats) Set includes...

  • 332 Highly modular elements for Infinite layouts.
  • Themed seperated isometric map elements in .png format perfect for constructing large levels for digital tabletops, Or import directly into your digital tabletop.
  • Easy to import into your tabletop software of choice. I use roll20.
  • Easy to use in photo editing software. Highly compatible .png format.

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Discussions (50)
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Matt M July 25, 2022 3:08 am UTC
Hi there, am I able to use these in commercial products?
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James L September 24, 2020 5:44 am UTC
Greetings Alex! I'm new to the Isometric thing, so bear with me. I came here from the holding-bundle thing. A few things about the offer jump out at me immediately. First.. What in the name of God am I going to do with 600 transparent images??

Second, they don't make any mention of whether or not your pieces are reversable, or even how many faces they have 2, 4? I think 2 with a reversable view is most common these days, but I don't want to assume. I think I had other questions, but those were the main ones. (How do you do like desktop clutter in isometric?)

The main reason I've never dove in to Isometric is because the asset cost is crazy high. This pack would at least give me a real nice starter set of a few hundred assets to play with, so I'm totally interested if you can give me some insight here.

Thanks so much!
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Stephen R May 02, 2020 12:11 am UTC
Hi there. Any tips on how to import these maps into Astral VTT? I've done it with Roll20 but you don't appear to be able to adjust the grid orientation (or I may just be missing something).
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Peter M April 25, 2020 10:51 am UTC
Hi. I'm trying to set this up in Fantasy Grounds Unity but i'm having some trouble setting up the isometric grid.
Has anyone managed to figure out the width and height for the squares?
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Peter M April 25, 2020 11:28 am UTC
After some experimentation, I found that 83.6 x 48.2 is pretty much as close as its going to be.
Theres a little drift over larger maps but its close enough.
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Keith D April 30, 2020 11:59 pm UTC
I tried the free halloween maps to test and I couldn't get the grids to link up at all. So far not recommended for FGU I think.
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Keith D May 01, 2020 1:53 am UTC
ok, I take this back I was trying to line up the grid with those faint lines, I see that was the wrong way to go about it. The trick was getting miniatures down on the map and I used your grid size and it made sense.
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Peter M June 21, 2020 2:36 pm UTC
I continued with my experimentation and worked the aspect ratio to be roughly 1:1.76
To match the squares on the map, I set my isometric grid in FGU to 55 x 32.1
Its not exact but the creep is minimal and good enough for most cases
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Edward L September 20, 2019 12:40 am UTC
Has anyone successfully used this in roll20?

I bought it outside the roll20 marketplace and manually imported the assets, but everything just gets resized to a width of 200px which causes each asset to have different grid sizes.

Yes, I can resize an *instance* of an asset to the correct default size but I do not want to do that since I can't change and then save the size of an asset, just an instance of it.
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Clinton M July 17, 2019 3:56 am UTC
I do not see why he is avoiding the multiple people asking about this working with Hobbyets Dungeon Builder. It is also another easy way to create isometric maps. The least he could do is try to see if he could make it work. I would be glad to buy these map packs if I could verify that they work on Dungeon Builder without having to spend the money and testing it myself.
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Sam P June 08, 2019 12:13 am UTC
Heya. Great assets, I'm really looking forward to using them in my future games! I am running into a Roll20 related issue however, I cannot get many of the assets to drop onto the VTT at the correct size. Is there a specific way beyond the recommended page setup (100x100 units, 4ft squares, no grid) that I should be setting my games up to get around this issue?
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Talia R April 24, 2019 3:45 am UTC
Hi, I purchased the bundle and I was wondering have you ever used MapTools? I am having a hard time trying to get the Isometric grid to line up with the maps that are in the bundle.

I don't suppose you happen to have any experience with this would you?
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Okey A April 05, 2019 2:02 am UTC
i bought this with the sole purpose of using it for roll20, but if i had known the same product were available on roll20 marketplace id have bought it there... now i have to add each piece to my roll20 library individually, and before even half way through i ran out of asset storage there a code to get this through roll20 since ive already purchased it here? or am i screwed?
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Alex D April 05, 2019 3:03 am UTC
hmm shoot me an email i'll try and sort it for you
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Thodoris K May 23, 2019 12:46 am UTC
Hi Alex! I have purchased recently the patreon season 2 and would like to proceed with purchasing 3 more sets (Monster pack 1, Patreon 1 and the bundle here). Since I use Roll20 as well, could I contact you to help me with importing all the stuff at once and not piece by piece?
Also a follow up question : will I be needing to upgrade my subscription in Roll20 (from free to anything) so as to have enough space to save all these items?

Thanks in advance!
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Ian L March 09, 2019 11:39 pm UTC
Hey Alex,

I purchased the entire Epic Isometric collection of DriveThruRPG and am having an issue. Individual collections of items, ei, the Original Map Elements vs Peaceful Hamlet import into graphics programs at different scales such that if trying to using them together, every single piece has to be re-scaled. Indeed, none of them match the scale of the base maps either. This is rather frustrating and hoping I am just doing something wrong, would appreciate your input.
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Ian L March 10, 2019 12:56 am UTC
I resolved this. I found out for some reason my program was natively importing images at 90dpi. Because some of the assets had different resolutions, they were scaled differently during import. It would be nice to have all of the assets at a consistent dpi so this did not happen, but I understand if that is not possible. I used GIMP and it worked fine.
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Alex D March 20, 2019 11:50 pm UTC
Thanks for the feedback, I will review my files.
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andrew M February 27, 2019 12:36 am UTC
Hi there, just purchased this and trying build some maps on roll20. After an hour of trying to get my head around it I am about to give up. I can not see how you can add map elements together. they seem to be added to the map page as tiny items, and as they do not line up with each other, with some items having different edge angles (they would never line up with each other.. I imagine I am missing something here in how best to use them. But I do not see how to move forward.
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Alex D March 06, 2019 12:00 pm UTC
hmm here is the page setup I use in roll20,
Page size 100x100 units, unit size 4ft. hide grid.
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Paul B June 24, 2019 12:04 pm UTC
Alex - im a roll 20 newbie and having a similar problem. When i look at page setup all measurements are in pixels (not units as per your suggestion). Ive seen a tutorial video regarding isometric that was using a resize script and they seem to have a similar option in units.. but sripts are only available t premium users...

Am i best going pro to use your art - as andrew above stated. im about to give up after several hours of trying to work out how to use your beautiful art...
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Edward L September 20, 2019 3:34 am UTC
Hi Alex, new purchaser here. I love the artwork but I have a similar problem even with your recommended page settings.

The problem appears to be with roll20 setting the default asset size to 200 px in width (preserving aspect ratio), which ultimately causes the grid sizes across different assets to be different when slapped onto the VTT.
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Don M January 06, 2019 7:21 pm UTC
This looks super cool and I really appreciate the hand drawn look, but are there plans to go full colour? Pardon my ignorance, but this can be used in Roll20, Fantasy Grounds, etc? I saw this on facebook and hit the link.
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Alex D January 07, 2019 2:42 pm UTC
Hey there Don, yeah I use it in roll20 and fantasygrounds. I have been playing around with test colour assets but I do plan on keeping all the official releases to this sketch style.
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Nathaniel R January 03, 2019 5:50 pm UTC
I was excited to include this into my dungeon building with Hobbyte's DungeonBuilder, but apparently I should have done some additional background research. Had I known that I would spend 15 hours, $50, and more emotional and intellectual labor than I care to admit I would not have purchased. Even after following the instructions on NexusMod (which are vague) and scouring the downloads for any kind of instruction (and finding none), I'm no closer than when I started. Even reading the discussions here, I can see that there is a mention going back to August that has not been responded to by the publisher (but they have replied to other more recent inquiries). I'm going to repeat this in the Reviews section, I don't like to complain but I'm not sure what choice I have aside from just taking a loss.
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Alex D January 04, 2019 11:52 pm UTC
I have nothing to do with Hobbytes DungeonBuilder, I designed these to be drag and drop into the big popular digital tabletops. I am super disappointed you have not liked the material, Shoot me an email and I'll happily sort it out for you.
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John H April 17, 2019 8:05 pm UTC
Hi Alex,

Did you sort this out for Nathaniel?, as I have just purchased DungeonBuilder and am keen to add your assets but want to know they are compatible before I buy them. Many thanks
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George R December 20, 2018 8:58 pm UTC
I love these so much. If you want a great free program for this; Microsoft Whiteboard is awesome (and endless). I now have EVERY one of these packs. This can be years of fun! I've just started working on making Epic Isometric maps for specific D&D modules flat maps. I'll have entire towns, outdoor areas and dungeons built soon. One thing I do wish is that the objects were in color. Great job for VTT !
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Alex D January 05, 2019 12:04 am UTC
Thanks so much George. Let me know if you have any suggestions for new packs.
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Kevin V December 07, 2018 12:31 am UTC
Anybody else notice that the while the bundle costs $50, the individual books plus the halloween book cost a total of $40 at the moment?
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Jeffrey Q December 07, 2018 8:16 pm UTC
No they don't. The Monster Pack is 10, Hero pack is 10, patreon season 1 and 2 are both 10, and the classic + advanced bundle is 12.50. The Halloween one is free.

That's actually $52.50, so you save $2.50 with this one.
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Matthew I December 04, 2018 12:03 am UTC
Nice artwork. I have a couple of questions. 1 - Is there a license included with this pack for using the items for commercial purposes, or is that not allowed? 2 - Is it possible to import/cut and paste the icons and pics into PowerPoint? Thank you.
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