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PUMPKIN on Halloween

Figures is free for download

Paper miniatures

I designed cardboard figures for table and rpg battle games.

Mercenary - a set of mercenaries, which are girls:

Wolfes - predatory wild wolves:

Poisonous Fury - wild poisonous plants that can quickly spread to contaminate the area:

Crocodiles - wild beasts:

Service Building

The area element is now available for download: Service Building.

This is a multi-part model that allows for any arrangement on the game table. ServiceBuilding will introduce an interesting element to your battle. You can play outside or inside. Soldiers can hide behind clothing cabinets and crates on wheels. In some situations, the pushed chest will be lethal.

More information:

I will remind you of previous posts related to this project:


Commissioner Pietrowna is testing the stairs. When he stumbles, he shot the engineer.

New project: building

I'm working on a new building project. I present examples of geometry and textures.

I started designing the following elements:

Bucket for Bulldozer

A useful addition to the Ratte vehicle - a bulldozer bucket. This Ratte will significantly increase your capabilities in your game. Panzerwagen Ratte can remove barricades set on the roads, it can push away enemy soldiers, zombies or demonstrators. A pulled bucket can be an effective shield for the unit.

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Report from the construction of Panzerwagen Ratte

The vehicle is available:

For construction, I used a photo cardboard 220g / m2, matte. Printed in ink.
I start the construction with the chassis. First caterpillars. First, I made, I glued together the layered elements. Routing folds.

The long bends are best at the edge of the mat.

I glue the rifle with glue stick and this thick element is pressed with a rubber roller.

Additional flaps is glued to the cut and formed tracks. The tracks are glued together.

Fenders are glued. I gently cut the outer edge to make it smooth.

Fendes glued to catepillars.

I glued the chassis box. Drying under load.

Then I put the chassis together.

I cut and glue the tower fastening.