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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 08-06-13, 07:40 PM Thread Starter
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For those with a load of foamboard and cereal boxes I've a number of .pdf templates for buildings, terrain and ruins linked at the bottom of this page on my blog







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Interesting stuff.

All I need to do now is find the templates to build a bigger house so I have space for a gaming table.
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I'm loving these! I will have some fun using them to include in future building projects. Thanks for sharing.
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All I need to do now is find the templates to build a bigger house so I have space for a gaming table.
My 4x4 table just fits up into the top of my closet, but I had to buy my girlfriend another dresser to accommodate that which I moved. If you happen upon that template, mind forwarding it to me?

This is some good stuff!!

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Avro Vulcan has resurfaced and bring you a new STC to build your own terrain - the Cetacean 'Vent' Tower and Baleen roof extension.



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Existing approved STC patterns are available from this location: http://40kaddict.blogspot.co.uk/2011...-template.html



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The classic Warhammer Barn tutorial from a Relic copy of White Dwarf, how I miss the true meaning of 'hobby' from it's hallowed pages



http://40kaddict.blogspot.co.uk/2013...ite-dwarf.html

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Nice to see that one pop-up. I actually build that shed a few years ago and posted pictures here: https://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...ad.php?t=69833.
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The first of my new 'print and play designs has gone online. For gamers getting into the hobby or just wanting some cheap, simple but already textured terrain he's my 40k Administratum



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The classic Warhammer Barn tutorial from a Relic copy of White Dwarf, how I miss the true meaning of 'hobby' from it's hallowed pages



http://40kaddict.blogspot.co.uk/2013...ite-dwarf.html
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Another blast from the past while I finish up the set of print and play terrain - Warhammer hedges, walls and fences as described in White Dwarf magazine, thems were the days and you could get a bag of crisps for 5p!



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