This page contains resources that should allow you to build your image library quickly. Some of the links will download zip files of images, other links will take you to websites that have there own files for you to download. While at the bottom I do include links to galleries of images, the rest of the links are to resources that will allow you to download many images that have already been organized in someway.
The Two Big Starters
The CSUAC (http://halegaming NULL.com/): It is a collection thousands and thousands of images that have already been categorized for easy access.
This is a link to a bit torrent file that was put together by a MapTool user. The collection contains thousands and thousands of images. Mapping Objects The images have been mostly catagorized.
Either of the two above collections will provide an excellent base image library. From there you can add in this and that from the below galleries and forums.
Below are links to galleries or forums with a huge number of useful images.
RPTools.net Gallery (http://gallery NULL.rptools NULL.net/main NULL.php) has thousands of images, textures, tokens, and maps that have been contributed by MapTool users.
RPGMapshare (http://www NULL.rpgmapshare NULL.com/) has many high quality images and maps available for many settings. I should note that RPGMapshare is one of the few sites that has many quality images for modern maps, as well as other settings.
Dundjinni Forums (http://www NULL.dundjinni NULL.com/forums/default NULL.asp) has an incredible selection of images and maps created by the Dundjinni software. Just do a search of the forums for whatever you are looking for and odds are several examples will pop up.
387+ Maps (http://www NULL.dungeonmastering NULL.com/tools-resources/387-free-dd-maps) is a collection of links to over 387 D&D maps. They are from various time periods and styles, so some are old school basic and others are more detailed.
WOTC has supplied the artwork from their monster books and minis to the public for non-commercial use. Below are the images broken down into the book or collection they came from. Thanks to lmarkus001 for supplying those to me. For those of you running fantasy games, just drop these images into TokenTool (http://rptools NULL.net/doku NULL.php?id=tokentool:intro)to create a token of any monster you might want in seconds.
MM (http://rptoolstutorials NULL.net/MM NULL.zip) | MM3.5 (http://rptoolstutorials NULL.net/MM3 NULL.5 NULL.zip) | MM II (http://rptoolstutorials NULL.net/MM%20II NULL.zip) | MM III (http://rptoolstutorials NULL.net/MM%20III NULL.zip) | MM IV (http://rptoolstutorials NULL.net/MM%20IV NULL.zip) | MM V (http://rptoolstutorials NULL.net/MM%20V NULL.zip) | MM Faerun (http://rptoolstutorials NULL.net/MM%20Faerun NULL.zip)
Please leave a comment and/or link to any other useful places to download images for MapTool.