Dutch Barn 28mm/30mm Paper Model PDF
Dave Graffam Models
This old barn might not be very glamorous, but it's an essential part of any fantasy or medieval landscape. This sort of building is appropriate for Napoleonic, World War I or World War II games, and is common even in modern day.
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 at just 3 sheets of cardstock, a sharp hobby knife and ordinary paper glue.
Full instructions are provided, including printing 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.
SINGLE LAYERED FILES: The PDFs included in this model are single-layered, offering just one appearance, as seen below. (This is mentioned because many of Dave Graffam Model's products are multi-layered PDFs that provide a wide selection of optional layers. However, multi-layered files aren't always convenient, and so this Dutch Barn is offered as a specially-priced stand-alone model.)
DIMENSIONS: The Dutch Barn has a footprint measuring approximately 6" x 3.5", and it stands approximately 4" tall at the highest point.
CONTENTS: This product includes 1 papercraft model complete with a ground tile, 2 dormer windows and 2 bonus crates.
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