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ajbartman Inactive Member14 Jan 2010 10:19 a.m. PST

I know that PaperTerrain link has some nice looking stuff. Is there anyone else that has some nice paper terrain that could be used with 15mm Nap.


Personal logo Coyotepunc and Hatshepsuut Supporting Member of TMP14 Jan 2010 2:02 p.m. PST

There is a lot of good generic european stuff out there for 25mm, it just needs to be printed at 60% to use with 15mm. Check out Villageworks from Worldworks or Dragonshire from Fat Dragon for some nice easy-to-use sets.

ajbartman Inactive Member14 Jan 2010 2:39 p.m. PST

Thanks Impala, I have used Worldworks before. Might give Dragonshire a spin… looks like a cheap way to go and I can SEVERAL different buildings.

DestoFante14 Jan 2010 7:24 p.m. PST

ajbartman, there are a lot of resources out there for paper buildings and terrain, but you have to do some research as they tend to be scattered in all the places. A good starting point is here:


Just follow the flow from link to link… there are real gems out there!


ajbartman Inactive Member14 Jan 2010 9:54 p.m. PST

Thanks DestoFante – I'm really liking these:

Maybe not exactly Napoleonic but I think they look good.

vive lempereur Inactive Member16 Jan 2010 7:42 a.m. PST

I ordered the Italian Monastery from the Paper Terrain company that you mention. Although the print quality was excellent, it was very difficult to remove the pieces with damaging them and thus ending up with creases. After trying various glues, I finally concluded it wasn't worth the time or effort and trashed the project. I don't recommend them, too time consuming and you could really just buy solid buildings and have them painted in the time it would take to assemble this stuff.

ScottWashburn Sponsoring Member of TMP01 Apr 2010 4:58 a.m. PST

vive lempereur, I just now saw your posting. I'm very sorry that you had trouble assembling my model. I've been in business for five years with over a thousand customers and this is the first complaint of this type I've seen. If you follow the instructions and carefully score the fold lines before bending you can get a clean fold without any creases. White glue should work or any of a number of glues for paper. Customer satisfaction is extremely important to me so if you want to contact me (e-mail through my website) I would be willing to replace the kit you bought with a new one.


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