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  • #86317
    Ali Dogan Sayiner
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    I’ve made some paper buildings, I think they can be used in many themes. From 19th century to Cold war era. What do you think ? Those are my very first paper models but I think they look very nice on the table.

    You may interested to buy them here  and here

    contact me via : [email protected]
    http://www.sayinermicrotoys.com/

    #86318
    Mike
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    😀

    #86320
    Russell Phillips
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    They look very nice, and a quick look at the previews suggests that they’re pretty simple to make, too.

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    #86321
    Ali Dogan Sayiner
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    They look very nice, and a quick look at the previews suggests that they’re pretty simple to make, too.

    I like paper miniatures but I don’t like those complex ones. So this will be my motto in this new project. Simple built simple pricing beautiful results.

    contact me via : [email protected]
    http://www.sayinermicrotoys.com/

    #86322
    Don Glewwe
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    Paper (cardstock, really) buildings have really gotten my attention.  Though they may have durability issues, I really appreciate how easy it is to put figs inside – you can make the walls as thick/thin as you’d like.

    Wrong scale (15mm) but gets the point across:

    https://brawlfactory.net/

    #86323

    That’s your first attempt, Ali? Very impressive!

    I’d be interested in hearing your experience with the smaller ones. I concluded that in-scale buildings were too large for my 10mm armies,so went down to 6mm, and bought this set:

    https://www.paperterrain.com/european-buildings/micro-scale-european-village-pack

    I haven’t dared to try those tiny houses yet,though.

    (BTW–they’re not really purple–he needs to improve his photography!)

    #86324
    Russell Phillips
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    I like paper miniatures but I don’t like those complex ones.

    I have to confess, I’ve never actually made a paper model. I am intrigued by the idea, though, and will do one of these days.

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    #86327
    Darkest Star Games
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    Quite a genre jump from sci-fi!

    They look quite good.  If you get into layered PDFs you can different textures, amounts of weathering, vines, etc…

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

    #86336
    Don Glewwe
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    I have to confess, I’ve never actually made a paper model. I am intrigued by the idea, though, and will do one of these days.

    It’s a lot like soldering: 90% prep, 10% execution.

    Once you’re ‘into it’ the time expenditure is minimal.

     

    https://brawlfactory.net/

    #86337

    If anyone is interested the following forum has some great resources

     

    http://cardboard-warriors.proboards.com

     

    The guys there are also really helpful and give lots of tips

    #86472
    Ali Dogan Sayiner
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    Thanks everyone!

    I’ve just released a new set of buildings. if you’re interested go here

     

     

    contact me via : [email protected]
    http://www.sayinermicrotoys.com/

    #86499

    Those do look nice.  I’ve been through WGV a few times and saw those were added.  It’s always good to have even more options on the market and 6mm is a good scale to do buildings like these.

    John

    "Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power."

    --Abraham Lincoln

    #86599
    Ali Dogan Sayiner
    Participant

    Some more here

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    http://www.sayinermicrotoys.com/

    #86687
    Ali Dogan Sayiner
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