My Custom 5th Edition Dungeon Master Screen
Recently, some of my Coworkers and I formed a D&D group at work to run games during lunch. I only had a 4th Edition DM Screen on hand, and I decided not to purchase the 5th Edition Screen after seeing how little information it had. So I scoured the internet for custom screens, and decided to use Photoshop to create my own. With some help on content from my buddy Sean O’Neill, the Custom DM Screen was born!
What I used:
- My custom DM Screen PDF file (4 pages): Download DM Screen PDF
- Avery 8.5 x 11 Shipping Labels: Amazon Avery Labels
- My 4th Edition DM Screen
I simply printed my PDF onto the Shipping Labels. I had to slightly trim them to fit the DM Screen, as it is smaller than 8.5 x 11. I carefully aligned the labels onto each section, and then used a rolling pin to securely seal them down and TADA!
*If you would like to make your own tables, I used Powerpoint to create the tables. The font is Scala Sans Caps. I’ve attached the powerpoint below. I printed the powerpoint as PDF, opened in Photoshop and removed the white background, then copied the charts into their own layers in my DM Screen file and arranged them.