August 29 2022 Update! Now Wonderdraft Ready! Colorable Objects!
Now includes a .docx file with a link for the Wonderdraft file layout version! Includes a colorable objects set!
July 14 2022 Update! Now DungeonDraft Lighting and Colorable Ready!
I have updated this pack to include all of the assets as ‘colorable’ assets as well as the preset multicolors, and placed all of the storms under the ‘lighting’ toolbar as well, so you can place them as brightly colored splashes that interact with each other. If you already bought the pack, the download link is the same. It is also tagged now!
Install in DungeonDraft
Install in DungeonDraft by placing the .dungeondraft_pack in your assets folder and then activating from the assets button in the top bar of DungeonDraft.
How to install in Other World Mapper
Install the Storm feature image files in Other World Mapper by placing them in (Program
Files / Other World Mapper / Features / Ominous Storms) or use the art manager.
Magic Storms for DungeonDraft
If this scintillating prismatic weather is on the way, you know you’re in for a bad day! …Or perhaps a great day, depending on your warlock patron! Behold, on the horizon, the rainbow clouds are roiling and it’s about to rain beautiful pain!
88 Magical Weather special effects. Some are more subtle cloudy overlays, and others spell trouble if you see one of these rainbow lightning plasma clouds approaching. What fae horses ride within these plumes of smoke? Not all fell beasts ride in under dark clouds. Perfect for colorful eldritch fantasy set in the Faewild or the spiritual astral domain of a great ancient sorcerer… create weather that’s unlikely to be seen on this earth, or add lighting-infused boiling magic effects as your party ventures ever deeper into the wizard’s dream dimension.
These also work great in space to create alarming intergalactic weather or truly unhuman alien lifeform tokens! Use them to expand your solar system and galaxy maps! These are perfect as an expansion to my Ominous Storms package!
Effects come in rainbow, fire, blue plasma, green glow, poison, dust, and fell smoke, depending on the effect. All of the elements on the demo page “magic nebula storms” come in five options: orange fire, blue plasma, purple lightning, green light, and rainbow. All of the elements on the page “storm clouds” come in four options: ominous dark smoke, green poison smoke, dusty beige haze, and rainbow haze. 6 elements are round shield orbs, such as may be manifested by a magic user, and are shown on the page “magic shield orbs”.
All items are isolated PNGs on square canvases ranging from 1400×1400 (suitable for 14 squares on a VTT, prints just smaller than 3 inches) to 2800×2800 (suitable to cover up to 28 squares on a VTT, prints slightly larger than 9 inches). All of these pieces are free-floating within their canvas, without distinct edges, so you can stack them however you please. You can download them to place on your maps separately to build up layers of effects with blend modes, or use directly as tokens and energetic reactions to magic casting or the change in scenery as the players trigger the shift into the faewild and the once white clouds turn into a rainbow dazzle that tempts them to stay, eat and dream forever.
Ominous Clouds contains beautiful, magical and impossible weather for your unreal setting.
Thanks for checking out my products designed to enhance your maps and bring ominous moods to your gameplay!