Easy to Build

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, metal ruler and cutting mat. Assembly time is just a few minutes per wall section.

15mm-30mm Scale

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 set includes 16 wall sections that fit together with a simple slot-fit design, letting you build endless mazes. When your game is over, these pieces will all lay flat for easy storage and transport.

Multi Layered PDFs

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:

  • Brick
  • Stone
  • Concrete
  • Stucco
  • Doors and windows
  • Heavy weathering
  • Smoke and bullet damage
  • Blasted-out sections
  • And more!

Software Requirements

You'll need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 or later in order to use these files.

Dimensions

The wall sections are irregularly-shaped, standing about 4.5" high and varying in length:

  • (4) wall sections are about 8" in length with slots 6" apart
  • (4) wall sections are about 6" in length with slots 4" apart
  • (8) wall sections are about 2" in length with slots in the center


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