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Elven Papercraft – beautiful print-and-assemble models from Lord Zsezse Works

Elven Papercraft – beautiful print-and-assemble models from Lord Zsezse Works

by Tuesday 3 January 2017
Our first offer of 2017 was the Elven Papercraft Bundle, featuring beautiful full-color print-and-assemble paper models of elvish towers, walls, mills, and more for RPGs and 28mm miniatures games. The modeling wizards at Lord Zsezse Works in Hungary bring us these lovely .PDF kits, funded in a successful June 2014 Kickstarter campaign. This bargain-priced offer let our customers add gorgeous castles and terrain to your campaigns.

All that’s needed to assemble these models are basic tools: a knife or sharp scissors, straightedge, glue, a cutting mat, and hairpins. Each set includes full-color instructions for beginners, and there are instructional modeling videos on YouTube. These kits are scaled for 28mm miniatures; you can print the terrain with or without movement grids. Many of these .PDFs include graphic layers you can turn on or off to change a building’s texture, move windows, and add ornaments. (Note: The interactive features of these .PDFs are usable only with the free Adobe Reader software.)

There were five titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $51.50), including the Elven Tower and Mill model kits, two Ground Sets of flat terrain tiles, and three Template Packs of beautiful book covers suitable for your RPG rulebooks or game props.

Those who paid more than the threshold (average) price also got our entire Bonus Collection with eleven more titles (retail value $57), including the Elven Wall interactive .PDF, the Steampunk Expansion, more Ground Sets and book templates, and exclusive Dark Elf versions of the Mill and Wall that are not for sale anywhere else. After launch we added the Wizard Items Expansion! With all these sets, you can build and furnish your own giant castle in elven style. And ten percent of your payment (after gateway fees) goes to this offer’s designated charity, Doctors Without Borders.