I'd probably pay double for this if you turned it into a dynamic tilemap instead of static pre-built images.
Dungeon Maps! Fantasy Stock Art
A downloadable asset pack
Inside this pack you will find 10 hand-drawn dungeon maps, with four versions of each map (40 maps total! Each map comes in a blank version without any gridlines, a gridline version, a numbered version, and a detailed version complete with secrets and treasures!) A PDF version with one map per page is also included in case you want to print the maps right away.
Also included are over 100 bonus images with transparent backgrounds that you can copy/paste into these maps to further customise them. Things like coins, chests, traps, secret walls, food, furniture, rocks, rubble, etc.
Each map is at least 1800 x 2700 resolution, in PNG format (6" x 9" at 300 DPI).
License Info: You can use the art in this pack for unlimited personal and commercial projects, royalty free, as long as you give proper attribution. You must also note if any changes were made, provide the URL for this pack, and provide the URL for the CC BY 4.0 license. (A readme_license.txt file is included in this pack with details and sample attribution to make it as easy as possible to follow the license requirements of this stock art!)
Dungeon Maps! Fantasy Stock Art by Daniel F. Walthall is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.
In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $7.95 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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Yep. The fact that it is static images limits the usage that can be made from it.
However the chipped stone walls have perspective so it's complex to make a tileset from this images.
The best option is probably to make a tileset from scratch with similar art style (I will try it).