Constable’s Office Card Model Kit \ 28mm Wargaming Scale Paper Model

$1.95

Units Sold: 3

THIS IS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD KIT TO BE PRINTED BY THE BUYER.
NO PHYSICAL PRODUCT WILL BE SHIPPED.


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Description

This is a simple card model kit to download, print, cut, glue and assemble. This kit contains two separate models: a constable’s office and a holding cell. Several crate models are included as well. Note that these are digital files only; you’ll need to print these models yourself. Fully illustrated step-by-step instructions are included, along with recommendations for printing, and advice for adjusting the scale if you want to print it smaller than the usual 28mm standard wargaming scale.

The Constable’s Office kit is designed to be easy to build, making it perfect for papercraft beginners. You’ll need a few crafting supplies, including 7 sheets of matte photo paper to print on, scissors, a hobby knife, metal ruler, cutting mat, paper glue, and a black marker is recommended.

Dimensions: At 28mm scale, the constable’s office model stands about 7.75″ (197mm) tall, and has a footprint of about 4.75″ x 4.75″ (118mm x 118mm), not including the ground piece. The holding cell stands about about 1.6″ (67mm) tall, and has a footprint of about 2.5″ x 2.7″ (63mm x 72mm), not including the ground piece.

This is a simple card model kit to download, print, cut, glue and assemble. This kit contains two separate models: a constable’s office and a holding cell. Skill rating 2/5. 7 pages.

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Dave is a longtime tabletop gamer who started designing paper models around 2008, creating mostly 28mm-scale papercraft terrain for use with games such as Dungeons & Dragons and Warhammer. He also dabbles in creating various supplements for roleplaying games, including maps and sourcebooks. He’s also a fan of gritty science fiction and designs some card models and other game aids inspired by movies like Aliens and Outland. He lives in southern Utah.