Walls of Rake's Corner PDF
Dave Graffam Models(based on 1 rating)
This selection of buttresses, joining columns, gates, doors and wall sections is a complete wall-building kit for fantasy/medieval tabletop games. These are 2" tall walls that are 0.25" thick, perfect for the inner city. Create walls along your streets, around houses, or to close around yards and gardens. You can combine these pieces in many ways, and print as many as you require.
CONTENTS: This product is a PDF that you can print to cut out and create walls with gates and doors. It comes with all of the following components:
EASY GAMING TERRAIN: This is 28mm/30mm-scale terrain for wargaming, skirmish games, dioramas, roleplaying games, model railroads, class projects or just for fun. Assembly is quick and easy, requiring just sheets of cardstock, scissors, a sharp hobby knife and ordinary paper glue. Just cut out the pieces, score along the fold-lines, fold it up and glue the tabs. The whole thing goes together in an afternoon and it's ready to play!
Building this model is quick and easy, and you'll find assembly tips and advice for printing at various popular gaming and model railroad scales. This file is 200dpi, which will look great when printed at full size without requiring large file sizes. You'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 or later to view these files.
DIMENSIONS: Each wall piece is 2" tall and 0.25" thick. The walls are provided in widths of 1" through 6", and every half inch in between. The tall buttresses and joining columns have a footprint of 0.5" and stand 2.25" inches all. The small buttresses have a footprint of 0.5" and stand 1.75" tall. The large gate pieces are 4" wide and 2.8" tall. The medium gate pieces are 2.5" wide and 2" tall. The standard doors are 1" wide and 1.75" tall.
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