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  1. Technically these belong here, as the masts are painted. The rest is printed paper and thread, from War Artisan.
  2. I need to to take a village with me to Huzzah in Maine in two weeks, to use in a 40mm Renaissance game. My collaborator and I have used somewhat underscale buildings for 40mm battle games before, so I thought this would be a good excuse to get some Fold-flat buildings from Fat Dragon done. The building on the left is a basic 4x4 square, which I built a year or so back. The three stir one on the right is new today. Some of my 40s are here to give me an idea whether this looks right. Here's a view of the bigger one, each story extending a bit more... Once I had warmed up, doing another 4x4 small building, with a slightly different layer choice in the printing, only took about 45 minutes. I've three more already printed out today, so I'm hoping to get this finished this weekend. 6 should be enough for this game...
  3. http://rpg.drivethrustuff.com/product_info.php?products_id=83216&affiliate_id=294988 This is excellent stuff. A mate blogs on the subject here: http://sirrob01.wordpress.com/2013/06/15/papercraft-build-inked-adventures-dungeon-cut-up-basic/ He's become something of an expert on all aspects of printable terrain, miniatures, etc., so do yourself a favour and have a look.
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