I am putting together my copy of guncrawl and keep searching for different "stuff" to make it better. I have the first ed. and just ran across mention of a 2nd ed - which included a box! If someone could point me in the direction of where to find this version I would appreciate it! I am also struggling to make a decision as to what paper mini's to use for characters (good & bad) and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions about what they have used.
From the Genet Models old forum: ________________________________________ Christopher Roe Reply | Threaded | More Jan 05, 2013; 4:54pm Re: Guncrawl Box? Christopher Roe Administrator 343 posts There was a box, yes--it was bonus content for the Gun crawl 2nd Edition beta. If you've lost the links to those files, ping me at email@example.com and I'll send you the link. ________________________________________
You can find his model archive up and continually updated at the same website (see MODEL ARCHIVES and FUN STUFF), while the forums themselves have moved here, as you can see. You should also check out Jim Hartman's other figures in his OneMonk line, now under squirmydad's Mayhem in Paper. There are also many figures scattered throughout the Cardboard Warriors Forum Hoards that look like they might work...
If you are looking for non-paper minis, I'm afraid I haven't a clue
Thank you! I appreciate all the info. I did sign up to be a member of the forum (which is full of amazing people and stuff) but have been swamped between work, birthdays & the holiday to do much beyond read a couple of lines! I hope to post a pic or two of what I end up with once I am satisfied with my work!
WOW! That is _really_ impressive! I'm glad you've had so much fun building them - I, too, found papercrafting for my D&D became a wonderful hobby all on its own. It's only just recently that I'm getting to play on a regular basis, but minis and models (and especially chatting with the great crew here) have kept me continually occupied for most of the last year!
And my collection doesn't look as impressive, nor as coherent, as does yours
mproteau (Paper Realms): rag - the best thing to do is to pull the art out of the PDF and print straight from Silhouette Studio. That way you can ensure you have the registration marks you want, and the cutlines all line up. I have a video showing how to do this easily if needed.
Apr 30, 2021 5:14:39 GMT -9
cowboyleland: I thought they got rid of all their free accounts, but it looks like they re-thought that policy.
Apr 30, 2021 5:06:00 GMT -9
rag: mproteau - The plan is Worldworks' Titan Control. They have the cutfiles but the marks are in the old format - we'll see how it goes.
Apr 30, 2021 3:57:16 GMT -9
mproteau (Paper Realms): Oooh... I'm at 256 out of 1000 photos... so, I suppose at some point I'll fall over and look elsewhere... and have to fix up all my product listings! I'll use my space frugally.
Apr 30, 2021 3:46:35 GMT -9
mproteau (Paper Realms): I have all my photos on flickr, and have never paid anything...
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Vermin King: I didn't realize Flickr accounts cost that much. Maybe I need to raid the Agence Eureka site and Esben Rasmussen photostream, too
Apr 29, 2021 12:52:47 GMT -9
cowboyleland: I think all the paper model stuff there can be found on this board anyway.
Apr 29, 2021 8:03:50 GMT -9
cowboyleland: In the old days the way to post pics here was through a service like Flickr. These days I have better uses for $8.99 and I am going to close my account www.flickr.com/photos/cowboyleland/ if you want to have a look B4 it is gone.
Apr 29, 2021 7:56:00 GMT -9
mproteau (Paper Realms): Also, a fine time to plug my Patreon :-P patreon.com/paperrealms ; I have a LOOOOT of cutfiles available for paper minis. It's all Silhouette compatible, and everything I make has a readme to cover any special considerations.
Apr 28, 2021 9:06:39 GMT -9
mproteau (Paper Realms): I currently use a v1 Cameo machine (they're on v4 now) and love it.
Apr 28, 2021 9:05:41 GMT -9
mproteau (Paper Realms): The Curio is interesting - it has a different carrier mechanism that enables embossing. Some folks like how it handles scoring more than the other machines (that perforate to make a 'score' line). I recommend the Portrait.
Apr 28, 2021 9:05:27 GMT -9
mproteau (Paper Realms): The CAMEO models are a bit pricier, and get you a wider feed, and multiple tool holders. Not essential features, but could be great depending on what else you want to do with your machine.
Apr 28, 2021 9:04:28 GMT -9
mproteau (Paper Realms): rag - I actually still have my Silhouette SD and it's still working great. The Silhouette Portrait is very much like the old SD machine. A workhorse without a ton of extras, it can handle Letter/A4 papercrafting just fine.
Apr 28, 2021 9:03:59 GMT -9