I wanted to feature this great gaming/RPG resource I found recently called Tabletop Audio. I’ve always loved immersing myself and my friends in the games we are playing as much as possible, whether it’s miniatures, 3D terrain or in this case it’s audio immersion.
What is Tabletop Audio?
Tabletop Audio is the premier, advertising free / free-to-use, user supported ambient game audio site on the web. It has been nominated for the prestigious ENnie awards every year since it’s launch and was awarded the Silver Medal at the ENnies for ‘Best Website’ in 2015 and the Gold Medal in 2017. Each year millions of tracks are played and downloaded on/from the site and the site is entirely supported by it’s users. (Thank You!)
While it was originally developed as a resource for players and GMs of tabletop role-playing games, I have received so many emails from other types of users that I felt it was time to refine this section.
According to you all, Tabletop Audio is for: Role-players, board gamers, writers, coders, artists, graphic designers, teachers, house-cleaners, lucid dreamers, gym-rats, distance runners, commuters and ANYONE who wants to immerse themselves in the audio-space of one environment, while physically inhabiting another.
On the main page, you will find more than 100 10-minute, situational audio files called ambiences (over 16 hours!). Press play. Listen.
We have plenty of papercraft illustrations to choose from already, but if you have a specific idea you’d like done, let us know and we can give you a price and time it will take to finish.
Here are a bunch of examples of different video editing and motion graphics projects I’ve made over the years.
Here are some examples of my design work.
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We have plenty of illustrations to choose from already, but if you have a specific idea you’d like done, let us know and we can give you a price and time it will take to finish.
Some clients need visual reference to help them envision the project you are pitching to them. If you are in need of concept illustrations to show your clients what their shoot will look like, I can help!
Here are some examples of concept illustrations I’ve done:
Food Fighters is a simple, fun card game from Kids Table Games. I loved the character designs so much I came up with a few new faction characters of my own.
I started with a couple more characters to go along with the “Happy Hanukkah” character I saw on their Facebook page. I also made a Cherry to go along with the other fruits I had seen designs for and a couple more to go along with the Candy Cane design.
These miniatures are for a board game called “Super Dungeon Explore”. A very cool chibi style dungeon crawler.
This illustration was done for a former boss of mine. He was a huge Chicago Blackhawks fan and it was the first papercut illustration I ever completed.
This pendant was modeled in ZBrush, then printed at Shapeways.com.
If you would like one yourself, please visit this link: https://www.shapeways.com/product/AMMWECR7F/mjolnir-hammer-of-thor-amulet?optionId=1548334