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    Your papercraft is just phenomenal!!! Thanks for sharing it with us Randall! It adds a new dimension (literally!) to mapmaking on the building level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravells View Post
    Your papercraft is just phenomenal!!! Thanks for sharing it with us Randall! It adds a new dimension (literally!) to mapmaking on the building level.
    Thank you! I feel that the maps made here are a perfect compliment to 3D terrain, so am happy to share-and-share-alike in reciprocation for your gifts to the community!
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    Post Another fold-flat with interior kitbash...

    Another Fold-Flat w/Interior kitbash! Full details at Dave Graffam's Tall Hostel Kitbash: Interiors and Fold-Flat | Cardboard Warriors forum

    There's a 3-story version with the same footprint as those little cabins I posted earlier in this thread - it's the Tall Hostel: Tall Hostel Paper Model - Dave Graffam Models | RPGNow.com

    Here's my kitbashed version:


    It has interiors (see the above thread for more photos)...

    ... and breaks apart into:



    And here's the 4 rustic cabins (single story) and this 3-story building all neatly and compactly stored:
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    Again, compliments on your papercraft. I was wondering what programme/ website you used for creating the magic: the gathering cards, I'm afraid that I will have to unashamedly steal that idea for my own campaign.

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    Default Using magic cards for D&D 4e...

    I use Magic Set Editor and Tintagel’s Power Card Templates to make item, quest, and power cards.

    I got all my info from several threads (including comments) from Ben's RPG Pile.



    Here's an image of all my custom play props in situ:


    My Player Cards and Props by Oracle Omega, on Flickr

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    Photos are amazing. Why are my photos always so dark. You're just supercool Randall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacktannery View Post
    Photos are amazing. Why are my photos always so dark. You're just supercool Randall.
    Please - call me "Randy". :-)

    My papercraft photos are taken under an OTT-LITE hovering just out of view. And the game shots are always well lit with multiple sources.

    I'm not a fan of the resolution or composition, but I'm learning. :-)

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