Saturday, January 4, 2014

The D12 Calendar Returns!


Last year we released a d12 calendar to ring in the new year and it was a tremendous success! This year we're bringing it back a whole lot better! This set is themed to the 4 classic elements - Fire, Earth, Water and Air - plus a fifth one: Life.

This downloadable papercraft kit allows you to make a d12 that's about 10cm or 4 inches in diameter. It doubles as a 2013 desk calendar, so it's got an excuse to sit on your office desk in case you ever need to work out how much damage your barbarian's great axe would deal in the middle of a week day afternoon!

This free set, which I mostly made just for fun, also includes some cool bonuses:
• A really nifty customisable paper mini: This one's a flirtatious barmaid to keep the ale flowing for your heroes during their downtime at the tavern between dungeon crawls! There are several layers allowing you to change the colour of various parts of her outfit and her hair, with thousands of possible combinations!
• Keeping with the elemental theme, the set includes markers with the Elemental Icons in activated and deactivated states. You could use them as part of a puzzle where heroes need to activate them in order to unlock something, or simply as a decoration or power-up. Layers allow you to customise the base texture to match any of those in our dungeon tiles sets, or our forthcoming Meadow set.

Get it from Papercraft Dungeon now! It's completely free!

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Monday, September 16, 2013

Interview on The Flying Goblin and other news

A few weeks ago, Terence Wood of The Flying Goblin, a YouTube channel focused on geek culture in South Africa, popped around and interviewed me about Papercraft Dungeon and Kev's Lounge.

The interview was quite long and he decided to break it up over a couple videos, the first of which is online now and you can watch it below!

 Terence's channel can be found here.  Have a look and subscribe if you enjoy it!

Been working hard on some new sets for the shop over the last month. I've added a couple new free alternative bases for our paper minis.
25mm Round - Meadow (based on my upcoming outdoor tiles set, find out more about it here)
50mm Round - Meadow
50mm Round - Dave Graffam's Gravel (based on Dave Graffam's Gravel texture, used on the ground of many of his sets)
50mm Round - Dave Graffam's Rough Ground (based on Dave Graffam's Rough Ground texture, used on the ground of many of his sets)
50mm Round - Dave Graffam's Mud (based on Dave Graffam's Mud texture, used on the ground of many of his sets)

I've also added a pre-release section on Papercraft Dungeon, where you can purchase Work-In-Progress products at a substantial discount.  Buying any preview product will give you early access to upcoming products, and will allow you to upgrade to the full version free of charge, so it saves you money too!

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Monday, July 22, 2013

Kev's Lounge Paper Minis: Terrors of the Rocklands

We've justed added a brand new set of paper miniatures over at Papercraft Dungeon. This set includes artwork for four different terrifying creatures for your adventuring parties to encounter while they trek through the wilderness! We have a Groundbreaker Wyrm, an Earth Elemental (or Garden Golem, if you prefer), a Crested Drake and a Deathbloom Worm.

Get your set of Kev's Lounge Paper Minis: Terrors of the Rocklands now! Only $1.99 until the end of July 2013!

The figures stand nearly 2" tall and are scaled to 28mm, so they will look good alongside most popular brands of miniatures and all manner of 28mm scaled scenery. Each model has a distinctive front and back, and both sides feature rich and gorgeous detail. The detail is boosted by the high resolution of the PDF, and the colours have good contrast to make them pop at a distance!

The models are designed with removable bases. This set includes a sets of interchangeable bases and more are available on this shop. Another bonus of this feature is that the flat components are really compact and very easy to store because they don't take up much room at all!

Cutfiles for this set are available here.

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