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    OldBen1
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    One of my colleagues at work used to build architectural models with his students.  He discovered a ton of scraps and odd pieces and asked if I could use them.  I have been doing a lot of light rpg stuff and I thought some of these would work well as simple ground tiles for rooms and hallways.

    #107666
    kyoteblue
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    Love the Ghostbusters figures are then 28’s???

    #107668
    OldBen1
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    I am afraid not.  15mm from Khurasan.

    #107670
    kyoteblue
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    Wow, I didn’t know anyone made 15 mm Ghostbusters!!

    #107671
    OldBen1
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    They are really great!  Good sculpts for 15mm.

    #107672
    kyoteblue
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    I’ll see if I can get my Daughter to order some for me.

    #107761
    Thomaston
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    They look great. I’m really interested in the water tile. Is it like textured wallpaper?

    Tired is enough.
    I like tiny miniatures

    #107767
    Darkest Star Games
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    Wow, wood flooring in  a dungeon, those goblin slaves have been hard at work!  😉

    I think they will not only do the job, but the tiles look darn good doing it!

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #107777
    OldBen1
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    That must be a trick of light becuase it is actually grey.  It’s the same tile as the one with the Ghostbusters and brick wall!  It is a thin plasticard, used for the flat roof on a building.

    #107796
    Private Snafu
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    Very cool.  Somehow the black foam core just works.  Implies the walls well enough.  I might paint the edges if I ever did it.

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    #128059
    Wouter Wolput
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    This is exactly the kind of project I’ve been waiting to start for the longest time.

    Looks brilliant!

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