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A Simple Way to Paint the Maori Pa and other Scenery

A simple way to paint your Printable Scenery Maori pa palisade and buildings is a process called ‘dry-brushing’.. This is a fairly quick way of painting large lots of scenery. The results look good despite being a somewhat ‘rough and ready’ process. This technique is particularly useful for things like rough wood and thatch –… Read more

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Rampage Castle Featuring Side Locking Columns

Rampage Castle takes OpenLOCK one step further, with Side Locking OpenLOCK clips, so you can connect side columns and buttresses to create dungeons, buildings and castle layouts. Rampage Castle components are fully interchangeable with Rampage Dungeons. so they are compatible with any of our older tiles, Perfect for Dungeons & Dragons , Pathfinder RPG by… Read more

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STL Files

What is an STL File? “.STL” is a common file format used in 3D printing. STL stands for STereoLithography and contains data of a 3D object’s layout, generated by computer-aided design (CAD) software. Being one of the most widely used file formats for 3D printing, STL is found in use by hobbyists and professionals alike…. Read more

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Rampage Tower and Hoarding with Keep Assembly

Instructions for building the Keep The Keep components that require printing (Print these parts at 2 micron/0.2mm nozzle) 12 x E Floor Tiles 2 x A-RPG-Brickwall Left & Right BA-RPG-Machicolations 3 x A-RPG-Machicolations 2 x A-RPG-BrickArch 4 x Column-L-RPG Left & Right BA-RPG-BrickWall-Slit 3 x A-RPG-BrickWall-Slit Includes tiles printed for the original Tower    … Read more

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