Cabin 30mm Paper Model PDF
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This paper model is easy to assemble, requiring just cardstock sheets to print on (110# or 199gsm cardstock recommended), scissors, hobby knife and ordinary glue. Included are tips and advice for printing at various popular gaming and model railroad scales. One of the great things about papercraft models is that they can be printed at any popular gaming scale quite easily, so this model can be used for 28mm, 25mm, 20mm, 15mm scale and smaller. These graphics are high-quality 300dpi resolution, so they'll look sharp at any size.
MULTI-LAYERED PDFs: The Cabin features multiple texture layers, putting you in control over the final look of your model before you print. And what a selection of layers on this! It's no exaggeration to say that you could create more than 100 different cabins and no two would look exactly the same. Print several versions of this model and scatter them around your gaming table to serve as small houses, hovels, hunter's lodges, country cabins, guest houses, small shops, and lots of other building types. It's many models in one!
You get all of these texture options:
SINGLE-LAYERED PDFs: For your printing convenience, this model includes two prepared single-layered PDFs that are easy to print right away. You get both a simple Country Cabin and a welcoming Guest House.
ACCESSIBLE INTERIORS: This model has fully-textured interiors, and a simple lift-off roof so you can easily access the interior during play.
SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS: You'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 or later in order to use these files.
CONTENTS: Walls, lift-off roof, fireplace and chimney.
DIMENSIONS: This model's footprint is 4" x 5", and it stands about 4.6" high, not including the chimney.
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