HI GUYS :D is a long time that i dont post anything.... this set is a test for the future relases! in this TEST SET you will find 12 front and rear soldiers in the same pose. This s a set made to get suggestions from you and to ask you what you want to see next in the fantasy jungle of my fantasy world.... on my patreon page you can download the wip rulebook of WARS OF PHANTASYA, my fantasy square... [click here for more]
This free 23-page booklet is full of practical advice and tips for improving your paper modeling. It's written for paper modelers of all skill levels, offering basic advice along with advanced techniques. While most of what you'll find inside can be applied to paper models of all kinds, the Paper Modeling Guide focuses on getting the best results from Dave Graffam Models in particular.
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Who doesn't want a gigantic d12? It's the biggest damage die you get in most games, so why not make it the biggest die in your collection? This downloadable papercraft kit allows you to make a d12 that's about 10cm or 4 inches in diameter. It doubles as a 2014 desk calendar, so it's got an excuse to sit on your office desk in case you ever need to work out how much damage your barbarian's great axe... [click here for more]
Narrow Seas (For Any Age of Sail Game) is a generic version of the scenario generator and campaign rules for Captaincy. It's a meta-game that supplements whatever Age of Sail rules you currently use. It depicts small fight-or-flight encounters between patrols, cargo ships, and raiders, using novel terrain generation and scoring rules to make these encounters very different from fleet... [click here for more]
Pack seven is a FREE Battlefield Starter pack of tabletop Terrain Tiles from Dreamworlds. It includes twenty (six by six inch square) printable tiles, including building plans, river & stream tiles, roads, hedges, fields, woodland and even some earthworks. Dreamworlds battlefield terrain tiles are designed for role playing and wargames using your own miniatures, figures or counters. The graphic... [click here for more]