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sedjtroll
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Just visit a local craft store and plan on spending a couple hours perusing the isles. Lots of ideas will jump out at you when you try to consider how any one of their wares might be used in game design. You should be able to find hex-based paper there as well as stensils of all sorts of polygons.

Also, there are hex fonts available for download on the web.

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Also, there are hex fonts available for download on the web.
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Hmm this sentence really grabbed my attention, anyone that can lead me to a place where i can download such a font ?
I would die to get my hands on a hexagon in photoshop format, settlers size or maybe a little bit smaller, anyone out there that could share such a file with me, that would really make my day.

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Check this site out: www222.pair.com/sjohn/fonts.htm

-Bryk

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For some of my projects I use Graphpaper.
Graphpaper is a good way to look at what you want in your game style.
Since you like to have hex and not square just draw your hexes on the graphpaper.Also since the graphpaper at any local store is usually blue I use black pens to make the lines a bolder outline color.It may take some time but the effort is worth while.
Or you can go to your local game store
Adventure Guild
Game keeper
or Look in your yellow pages in the game store section as see what you find there.
Or check out Chexxes.com is the company that makes all die and game board hex and square boards in cloth or vynal i think its what it is.You can check there and see what your looking for.

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29-06-2003 at 15:01, MysticGhost wrote:
Or check out Chexxes.com is the company that makes all die and game board hex and square boards in cloth or vynal i think its what it is.You can check there and see what your looking for.

Actually, that

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