A what-pan? A sampan!
A sampan is a relatively flat bottomed Chinese wooden boat from 3.5 to 4.5 m (11.5 to 14.8 ft) long. Some sampans include a small shelter on board, and may be used as a permanent habitation on inland waters. Sampans are generally used for transportation in coastal areas or rivers, and are often used as traditional fishing boats.
This Sampan paper model measures 4.5 inches... [click here for more]
More sampans! Fill up that asian harbor scene with another variety of the immensely popular little wooden skiffs.
This Sampan paper model measures 3.75 inches in length x 1.5 inches wide and is available in two color shades with a deck shelter option.
It is suitable for use with 28-30mm miniatures.
It is intended to be printed on 80-110lb cardstock and is not suitable for playing with in the... [click here for more]
Even more sampans! A larger watercraft for hauling cargo out of Shanghai or other southeast Asian ports of call.
This Sampan paper model measures 8.75 inches in length x 1.75 inches wide.
Two hull colors, two sail colors, two mast colors, two sail baten colors, three deckhouse colors, two deckhouse trim colors. Available as both single and multi-layered pdf.
It is suitable for use with 28-30mm... [click here for more]
"The British Isles finally has a counter to the hideous creation of that upstart Professor Schturm. It's cannons will shatter the Schturm Towers and it's machine guns will scatter any army that dares to face it. Gentlemen, I give you the Steam Ram!"
(excerpt from Lord Hamilton's victory speech to his investors)
Lord Hamilton's Steam Ram is the second in the Mayhem in Paper line of Cog... [click here for more]
Prepare to conquer a 19th century Europe that never was with Professor Schturm's latest creation; the Steam Tower!
Perfectly at home on a VSF battlefield on Earth or even battling alien barbarians the Steam Tower is ready to exterminate! Can also be used as an arcane rat generator. :D
I use it for VSF gaming but honestly you're welcome to attack whomever you please with it.
The Steam Tower is... [click here for more]