I tested printing a section of a map I’m working on. The original was not drawn with a grid, so it doesn’t quite match, but works well enough IMHO. The grid is 1″ and the resolution fits virtual tabletop use as well. This is an exciting development for me as I’m trying to make my maps available for an even wider range of different use cases.
We started a Dungeons & Dragons campaign with my three oldest kids in June (we have an Obsidian Portal page for the campaign, but it’s in Finnish…) and for the first couple of times we did not use any minis, but then I found some of my old fantasy minis stored in boxes with miniature bitz. I had some old Lord of the Rings and Warhammer Fantasy Battle minis and a few collectible D&D miniatures, but not that many figures for the heroes. First we browsed through the Reaper Miniatures‘ selection and found a couple miniatures that did the job, but then I remembered Hero Forge custom miniatures. I checked their website and it seemed to have a range of selection with all the needed options.