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History of dungeon tiles

What came first, the chicken -- or the egg? 

By: Katie| JAN 27 2019

Well I'm not quiet sure how TheRooster created the egg without the chicken, or the fact that a rooster doesn't lay eggs -- but thanks to Daniel Herrero of 3D Printed Tabletop we now have a better understanding of how 3D Printed tiles evolved.

Let's face it --- there are so many different options, even in our store we have several types of tiles and so many versions of terrain. That's the best part though, this evolution of 3D Printing Dungeon tiles and terrain has created an amazing pool of models and files for us to provide to players who do not have their own 3D Printer - or the time to deal with it.

We are super proud to mention that at GriffonCo we hold the commercial printing rights and work directly with nearly every designer featured in this video.

My hats off to TheRooster -- he was the grandfather of an entire (huge) community that works together and helps each other produce bigger and better models! And for real, Thanks to Daniel for putting this into words that I was able to grasp and understand, though... I still don't get how a rooster laid the first egg.

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