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Title: Papercraft Buildings


greywulf - March 25, 2010 12:50 PM (GMT)
I recently found this site which sells scale paper buildings, mostly fantasy/medieval, that could be useful for any forumites that do TT.


Carandini - April 9, 2010 01:51 PM (GMT)
Head over to RPG Now, they have tons of really awesome downloads for cardstock buildings. Two really good ranges aside from the ones you posted a link to are put out by World Works and Fat Dragon Games.

Jeff_Preston - April 9, 2010 01:55 PM (GMT)
I second that. The Fat Dragon stuff is pretty doggone shiny. Easy to do and look sharp. Totally good for minis or RPG applications. Two thumbs way up!

Carandini - April 9, 2010 02:02 PM (GMT)
Did you get their new modern buildings? I think they're called 'Capital City'. I've been looking at them as potential terrain for my AE-WWII games (hey, GW doesn't have any games with Nazi werewolves, so I gotta get my fix somewhere). I was just concerned they might be, well, a bit too modern.

Carandini - April 9, 2010 02:03 PM (GMT)
Oh, and it would be remiss not to mention the Whitewash City stuff if anybody need Old West buildings. I mean, besides guys restaging the historical battle between Doc Holiday and the dinosaurian menace of Gwangi the Great.

Jeff_Preston - April 9, 2010 02:05 PM (GMT)
the uber Fat Dragon pack was in the Haiti-Aid package. I haven't even dug through them all.

Carandini - April 9, 2010 02:07 PM (GMT)
Capital City is a pretty new one, I don't think it was in the Haiti-Aid, though the western set, Rio Draco, may have been.




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