Pathfinder Paper Minis Instructions PDF

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Instructions for the Pathfinder Paper Minis.

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Scarab Sages

BWA-HA-HA-HAH!

First one in!

Been following your work on this site, and on deviantART for a while (thanks for the thousand faves, by the way!), and it's good to see some grass-roots support from the fans.

Dark Archive

Wow! Somebody commented on the instructions set. :P

Glad you're liking 'em, sir. And thank you for being one of the ground-floor fans. You guys are what made the magic happen here. :D


Is there any chance of coming out with a paper minis PDF for the creatures covered in the bestiary?

Or, howabout some targeted creature type packs? Example: Dragons, Undead, Goblins, etc. etc. etc.? I'm thinking not a single one-shot, but a variety of the same kinds. For example: goblin archers, fighters, lords, guards, etc.


There are some available via Steve Jackson games.

http://www.sjgames.com/heroes/


I love these minis. Is there any chance of them making more paper mini sets like these? It's been since Rivers Run Red since the last release.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Dr. Guns-For-Hands wrote:
I love these minis. Is there any chance of them making more paper mini sets like these? It's been since Rivers Run Red since the last release.

We've just completed a bit of rejiggering on this license, and you'll be seeing several new releases soon!

Dark Archive

Vic is, as always, correct. Many exciting developments coming so soon, even I can almost wait for 'em. :D

Almost. :P


N'wah wrote:

Vic is, as always, correct. Many exciting developments coming so soon, even I can almost wait for 'em. :D

Almost. :P

I think my reaction to this is best summed up with: YAY!!!


Very exciting. I've been busy at grad school with no time to do much of anything, but I'm still excited to get more awesome minis.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Hmmm...


I think this is just another awesome product that paizo is offering, im excited to see the many different types offered, but most exciting is the adventure path minis, with specific characters. AWESOOME JOB PAIZO STAFF!

Contributor

Jerry Farley wrote:
I think this is just another awesome product that paizo is offering, im excited to see the many different types offered, but most exciting is the adventure path minis, with specific characters. AWESOOME JOB PAIZO STAFF!

All the thanks should go to the artists! They're the ones that are full of awesome. ^_^

Scarab Sages

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure, Maps, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Maps Subscriber

I love these sets, and just thought I would add a little trick to make the bases even easier to cut out. I have bought some 1 inch and 2 inch strapbooking hole punchs...a breeze to cut out bases with them.


Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber

My tip: I glue a small coin under the base, makes the minis stand better, and they don't fall over if there's some wind.

Grand Lodge

First, I love this product.

Now my question is, why circular bases? My cutting skills leave something to be desired and, while the straight lines of square bases would still offer me a bit of a challenge, the circular bases are a more difficult feat for me to accomplish.

Contributor

Dax Thura wrote:

First, I love this product.

Now my question is, why circular bases? My cutting skills leave something to be desired and, while the straight lines of square bases would still offer me a bit of a challenge, the circular bases are a more difficult feat for me to accomplish.

They look nicer than squares? I'm not 100% sure of the reasons between circle and square, but I know in this instance, we were imitating the 3d miniatures, which normally have the circle bases.

I'm not a huge fan of cutting circular bases myself, which is why I got a 3/4", 1", and 2" circle punch cutters from the hobby store (check the scrapbooking supplies).

Grand Lodge

Thanks.


I "borrowed" a 1 inch punch from my wife's stamping up set, drimmeled a slot in it, and now can use it to make perfectly round bases for 1" and 2". I also purchase wooden discs from a wooden disc seller and glue to the bottom of the paper mini, adds weight and heft. I have sizes from 1 to 4 inches.

Your mileage may vary, but this works great for me.

James

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

If enough people wanted it, I could switch the next AP set to square bases.

Sovereign Court

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Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

I saw this interesting link on making the paper minis similar to the Beginner Box Style Pawns. Just thought I'd share it.
Link.

Grand Lodge

I would love to see the current APs completed. Kingmaker, Legacy of Fire, Skull and Shackles all incomplete.

Also, I would love to see a set for the PC classes and races as stand alone similar to the Orc one.

I prefer the round bases. They fit in the battle map squares nicely.

Contributor

Kingmaker, Legacy of Fire, and Skull & Shackles are all in progress, and the PC classes/races sets are on the "eventually" list. :)

Liberty's Edge

Looking at the pics that were included in the instructions, were those minis cut out in big blocks, folded and glued, and then finely trimmed to the outline of the character? Or was all the trimming done prior to glueing. Were scissors or a hobby knife used to do the trimming?

Thanks!

Contributor

What I've done when I've made the miniatures is score them along the fold lines, glue them together, cut them in blocks, then trimmed to the outline. I've used a pair of very sharp scissors as well as a hobby knife to do the trimming.

Liberty's Edge

Cool thanks!

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