A Portal to Old School D&D.
I'm glad you gave it a shot! Yeah, many a cool pic I was saddened to learn just didn't translate to the form.For harder to find stuff (like demi-humans and humanoids) I've gotten to the point that if something looks even close I'll try to perform surgery and make it work.
I've made a few of these and discovered it's harder than it looks to find an image that gives enough detail or suggests it with such minimalism.
I guess it will take a trained or practice eye to size a picture up for this conversion. Telecanter my hat is off to you!@ze bulette, you got a link I would love to see how they turned out. It is hard to believe how vastly images appear when they have been turned to silhouettes.TB
I've used many of Telecanter's silhouettes for my paper minis, but some I made my own for (I think we used some of the same source images for a few as well). Just click paper minis in the categories on my blog and go back to the early ones - the first animals I did are all silhouettes for example.
@ze bulette, say, those templates you use, the ones for the pennies I believe, that you have in the PDFs, anyway to get a blank template of them in an editable format?
Not really, I use Scribus and GIMP both to creat those PDFs - email me for more info.
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