Top down tokens

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Bring a touch of liveliness to your human villages and towns.

This pack contains 32 top-down tokens featuring humans from across multiple different backgrounds, genders, and professions to fulfill niche situations.

All assets are rendered as eight to nine second animations at 30 frames/sec for smooth movements.

32 Items Included in Animated Top Down Tokens: Human Peasant NPCs


blacksmith crafter female


naturalist scientist woman


rancher herbalist equestrian


metalworker blacksmith crafter


equestrian horseman merchant


bachelor proprietor merchant


animal husband pig farmer peasant


tradesperson weaver crafter


travellor tailor merchant


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The 2-Minute Token Editor is my tool for creating custom tokens for virtual tabletops (but you’re also welcome to print them!)

It is a constant work in progress and may not work perfectly or on all browsers. If you encounter a bug, have a suggestion, or would like to leave any feedback at all, please leave a comment on this page!

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Using the 2-Minute Token Editor

I’ve made every effort to make the Token Editor simple and straightforward. Please refer to these steps if you run into any difficulties:

  1. Use the color select buttons and the color picker to custom-paint your virtual token.
  2. Changing the color of a group header will change all of its components to match.
  3. Right Click and Save the token when you are satisfied with the color palette.
  4. You can then drag-and-drop it into a Roll20 scene, or use it with your VTT of choice.

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Thread: top down token creation

  • October 31st, 2011, 19:41#1

    Nestor is offline
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    top down token creation

    I have been looking for some top down tokens to use with my 4E campaign and I have found quite a few mostly from here:

    Then I found this thread here:

    And so I have been playing around with making tokens from wow
    (here is the link to the downloads page:, the only one you seem to need is the installer here:

    anyway, this started me thinking, does anyone know if there is a model viewer for Oblivion or any other similar games? if so please pass the info along

  • November 8th, 2011, 06:29#2

    Darkwoulfe is offline
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    I purchased FGII this weekend and although i have yet to top the learning curve I have created some great top down models using my current set of mini's.

  • November 8th, 2011, 13:54#3

    gmkieran is offline

    Don't know about the model view for Oblivion, but wanted to chime in on some other resources. Devin Knight has done several series of excellent top-down tokens, many of which can be found here:

    I've also had some success creating top-down tokens using models from Sketchup exported to .png and edited with GIMP. There's a significant community of gaming modelers who have shared their work in the Sketchup arena, but the available models are limited.


  • November 9th, 2011, 00:12#4

    Also, if you have Neverwinter Nights 2 r KotOR or KotOR , you can use the NWN2 Model viewer, or if you have Unreal Tournament 3, Gears of War 1-3 or any other Unreal 3 engine based game, you can also use the UDK.

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  • January 11th, 2012, 16:35#8

    gmkieran is offline

    Nice! The light and dark coloration makes a big difference. I also like the adjustment to the foot placement - looks much more natural.


  • February 19th, 2012, 15:11#9

    Nestor is offline
    Grand Templar

    I have been playing around with the NWN 3d viewer and got it working.

    Now I cant find the where the models are located in the game, if someone could display the file path.

    the only models I can find seem to be equipment (helms, boots, swords, ect)

    I am looking for monsters and such

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