Tonight I think I'll dig up my files for the Ruined Cottage, shrink it to 15mm, and choose textures appropriate for WWII ruins. I haven't released anything specifically for 15mm scale, so this will be an experiment. I have a hunch that there will be lots of folks interested in them, but I won't know unless I try!
I managed to fit the 15mm WWII version of the Ruined Cottage on a single sheet. I pushed it to 10.5" tall but that's actually enough clearance for both A4 and US letter-sized sheets.
I took out the stairs and some of the extra parts (ladder, bridge), but I figured these would be really fiddly at that scale anyway. I'm going to try the "slot and hide" method for attaching perpendicular planes -- which means that the tabs should all be hidden, and the whole piece should be pretty dern sturdy. That's the same method I used for attaching the wings on my new Solid State aircraft models, and it seems to be a good system.
The edges on this model seem pretty jagged. I don't think I'd want to spend that much time with my X-Acto. I'll probably simplify the edges a bit before I try printing this out and doing a test build.
Post by josedominguez on Feb 6, 2011 3:43:32 GMT -9
We've switched over to 15mm for warhammer fantasy battle (we play it because we've always played it!) There's a big gap in the paper market for warmachines like bolt throwers, stone throwers, skull throwers etc...... I can see those working alongside metal/plastic minis too. Any plans? Your style would be perfect. Obviously they'd be better in 30mm then 15mm players can easily shrink them.