This paper model kit is easy to assemble, requiring just cardstock paper sheets to print on (110 lb. or 199gsm recommended), scissors, hobby knife, paper glue, aluminum ruler and cutting mat. Assembly time is about an hour.
This model set is designed at the popular 28mm-30mm gaming scale, and can be shrunk down to 15mm, 20mm or 25mm scales by simply adjusting the print size percentage on your printer. Tips and advice for altering the scale are included.
This model features multi-layered PDFs that offer a variety of skins. These texture layers can be mixed and combined in various ways, giving you control over the appearance of your model before your print it. This means you can create this model over and over, choosing a different look every time. It's many models in one!
You get all of these texture options:
- Victorian brick walls
- Medieval brick walls
- Stone walls
- Cracks (weathering)
- Weathered wood
- Decorated wood
- Cobblestone path
- Postings and warrants
- Royal insignia
- Thatched roof (2 color choices)
- Wooden shingles on the roof (2 color choices)
- And more!
This set includes bridge sections that can be assembled in a variety of ways, giving you lots of options for building bridges of any length.
This set includes 10 pages of components, including everything needed to construct several different kinds of covered (or uncovered) medieval bridges.
All of these components are included:
- Angled pylons
- Straight pylons
- Bridge piece
- Bridge support beams
- Roof support beams
- Midway pylons
- Solid railings
- Open railings
- Roof (with optional pigeon roost)
- Ruined toll booth (bonus!)
You'll need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 or later in order to use these files.
These bridges have a variable footprint depending on the components you choose. The bridge is 2" wide and may cross a gap of 4", 6" or 8". The overall bridge dimensions may be up to 16" long by 3" wide. When fitted with a roof and roost, the bridge stands 5.75" tall at the highest point.
There are dozens of paper model kits
available from Dave Graffam Models.
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