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  1. #21
    Introducing Hoggar the barbarian. This fellow comes from the Tunisian coast where he works for the Carthaginians to raid Roman camps... or he could be from the Sword Coast?




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    We have revisited one of our first generation token sets and re-rendered the set to make a new generation two character set. Meet Theia the science fiction adventurer!

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  3. #23
    I'm going to finish off today with a free token set, this set depicts a young lady in a red dress with long red hair. She is perfect for D20 Modern games as a background character or even a foreground NPC or even a PC.

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  4. #24
    Hello folks, it has been a bit of a while. Been working mostly on Map Tiles for the last while. But it is time for some more Tokens. This time I am working on some World War II material.


    The Germans


    The British


    The Soviet Union


    The United States of America

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  5. #25
    To top off the token package, how about some...

    Objects, Props, and Vehicles



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    awesome work!

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    Cool stuff once again

    Question, I noticed you call it a 8cm mortar... I've always heard them referred to as 80mm mortars. (I know its' the same size.) is the 80mm thing an American usage or...?

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    Cool stuff once again

    Question, I noticed you call it a 8cm mortar... I've always heard them referred to as 80mm mortars. (I know its' the same size.) is the 80mm thing an American usage or...?
    Now that I think about it, I guess I should have called it an 80mm Mortar. I have the US War Department's Handbook on German Military Forces and it references both MM, CM, and Inches in the texts about Mortars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tailz Silver Paws View Post
    Now that I think about it, I guess I should have called it an 80mm Mortar. I have the US War Department's Handbook on German Military Forces and it references both MM, CM, and Inches in the texts about Mortars.
    Whichever works, don't know which is "right". Just what I was used to
    8cm Mortar is what Wikipedia calls it... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/8_cm_Granatwerfer_34

    And IF you are taking suggestions, the German 88 (8.8cm Flak) was pretty famous/significant. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/8.8_cm_Flak_18/36/37/41 Again, common parlance is 88mm, but seems it was properly called the 8.8cm. So... who knows

  10. #30
    I'm tinkering with a new project that centers on Space Battle Maps (complete with hex's and star fields) plus a collection of asteroid tokens, planet tokens, and star ship tokens. What you guys think so far?

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