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sneakgun16 Apr 2020 11:35 a.m. PST

Anyone know of any Cardstock/Paper buildings in 15mm ?

DinOfBattle2 Supporting Member of TMP16 Apr 2020 1:43 p.m. PST

PaperTerrain has a boat load of 15mm buildings.


Personal logo Extra Crispy Sponsoring Member of TMP16 Apr 2020 2:02 p.m. PST

Just google "free paper buildings" or the like. Shed loads of them about. have hundreds of print and assemble very cheap, and even the 25mm stuff can be printed smaller.

Hawk Wargames used to have sets of skyscrapers for Dropzone Commander, new and ruined with street tiles. A bit small for 15mm but very handy in a pinch:


JAFD2616 Apr 2020 2:17 p.m. PST

Salutations !

There are a good many at

Paint.NET – – and Irfanview – – are useful 'pay what you want' software tools for resizing graphics to print in the size you want.

Could give recommendations if I knew what era interested you.

Second recommendation for Paper Terrain. Planned to bring pile of their stuf back from Cold Wars

justBill16 Apr 2020 2:36 p.m. PST

Dave Graffam has lots or really nice buildings for sale on Wargames Vault. He often throws them on sale. They can be scaled very easily and look awesome. I did a bunch in 10mm.

BorisTheSpider16 Apr 2020 4:41 p.m. PST

Are Fiddlers Green still in business?

chironex16 Apr 2020 8:33 p.m. PST

Yes, if you can stand the strange textures.

Really, any larger building meant for gaming that's a bigger scale can be shrunk. Worldworks and Fat Dragon, in particular, as they are specially designed for gaming which affects their scale appearance, but makes them easier to build when shrunken.
The larger scale buildings from Ravensblight and Haunted Dimensions can be shrunken just as easily.
If you want to go all-out, there are the railway products of Smart Models, Clever Models and Scalescene. Rather more sophisticated, but being available in 1/87 or 1/76, shrinking the parts pages shouldn't make such a huge difference to their fiddliness.

sneakgun17 Apr 2020 5:48 a.m. PST

Thanks !

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