A downloadable asset pack

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Isle of Lore: Hex Tiles is an asset pack containing hex tiles and icons as well as an island generator*. Use the assets in your private or commercial video games or print projects, for example as map illustrations in your tabletop rpg!


The files come as single pngs and sprite sheets, colored and in grayscale, with source files (Krita and Photoshop) on top. The base of a hex tile is 344x132px, which makes 2.9x1.1cm with 300dpi on paper.


Use the elements above to create your own tiles!


The overlays above are placed on top of the tiles. Paths and roads are placed on a tile's border, rivers on a tile's center.


The location icons above (and elements like trees, mountains and so on) come with source files where colors and lines are separated. Therefore it's pretty easy to make your own colorings!


The Island Generator is a console application which creates little procedurally generated islands as png files like the ones below (click to enlarge). It has a very limited configurability and was specifically made for this asset pack. It's not an editor!

I hope you enjoy what I've created and if you want to keep up-to-date, don't forget to subscribe to my own Mailing List or join my Discord!

On a side note: the people on my mailing list already received a 50% coupon for this asset pack. That promotion is over now, but if you don't want to miss out on future promotions and goodies, please join!

License: If you bought the assets, this license grants you the right to use the game assets provided, consisting of the images and sprite sheets, in any number of non-commercial and/or commercial projects, including software, websites, games and print projects. No attribution is required. You are allowed to modify the game assets. Do not distribute, re-package or sell the modified and/or unmodified game assets on their own or as part of a collection, except if they are content files of your non-commercial or commercial project. Regarding the island generator application, please do not distribute, re-package or sell the software. Please do not use the software itself in any project. The generated island images fall under the terms above. For questions, please contact me: Steven Colling (info@stevencolling.com).

Purchase

Buy Now$9.99 USD or more

In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $9.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

isle-of-lore-hex-tiles-win-linux-mac.zip 91 MB
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Hi! This is awesome.. Could you draw 2-3 units?  (warrior, peasant) 

Hey! Just so the other people here know, I've drew him a peasant and a knight and sent them via mail, fitting the style of my more recent tileset.


Awesome style! Can I ask what program do you use to make this kind of art? I'm gonna buy your art and I may want to expand it with my own art, and knowing what program you use could help.


Thanks!

Thank you! I used the free painting software Krita and within Krita, I used the Ink-2 Fineliner with a size of 5px. Hope that helps!

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Super cool style, had to buy it!

Wow these are great! Makes me want to make a game with them!

Thanks a lot. Your Game Boy stuff looks cool btw!

Love it!

Thanks! :)

Hey, it's awesome! Could you tell me where you draw it? 

I'm using a Wacom Intuos Pro M tablet and the free painting software Krita.

Awesome design

Thanks a lot! How are you doing by the way? You you are around since the LootCastle, if I remember correctly! ;D

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Yes. Willing to have Loot Castle or sequel someday on Steam with high resolution hehehe


For now I'm the game tester for a day job but in the free time I'm learning Unity to make my own games (about 9 of  months of serious learning as I'm remember correctly). One of them is at itch. And second one is in the making:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuPcJTiQX6A


You have great memory hehehe and also art style :) I would love to use your assets or collaborate someday. 

<3 Looking fantastic <3

<3

Great job. I'm still loving that style!

I'd love it if there were some neat pallette variations!

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There's grayscale in the pack, but yeah, a greenish/blueish would be cool and is on my list!

Wow! This aesthetic is fantastic!

Thanks a lot!

These are great!

Thanks!

Looks great! Definitely gonna cop it when I can.

Thanks! :)