E&I Wall Set
Lord Zsezse Works
Build up your own world, begin with the walls and use the Options Ruler!
This papercraft set includes walls which are fully customizable by using the Options Ruler. You can change the base texture of the walls and switch the doors, windows, pillars, and moss on or off the walls.
What is the Options Ruler?
The Options Ruler is a ruler that you will find under every wall in the PDF. This will show you the size of the wall that you edit and the place where switchable items will appear on the wall.
This set includes the following walls:
New walls and items are going to arrive soon for this set!
This is not a program, this is an interactive PDF file that includes layers and buttons, which will work only with Adobe Acrobat Reader.
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