Dave Graffam Models: Townhouse

July 18, 2011 by darrell

Dave Graffam Models: Town House Paper Model

This time on What’s in the Box we get to see something a bit different. It’s a set of paper terrain made by Dave Graffam Models… constructed by that master of terrain himself… Darrell!

If you like what you see go and check out the range on www.davesgames.net but if your a Backstage Pass holder your in luck. We have an exclusive version of this model for you to download for free right here!


  • Townhouse BoW Exclusive Ready To Print
  • Townhouse Detailed Instructions
  • Townhouse Supports
  • Townhouse Multi Layered PDF’s
  • This is a 28mm-30mm Scale Paper Model

    This paper model is easy to assemble, requiring just cardstock sheets to print on (110# or 199gsm cardstock recommended), scissors, hobby knife, cutting mat and ordinary glue.

    Step-by-step instructions are provided. Also included are tips and advice for printing at various popular gaming and model railroad scales. These graphics are high-quality 300dpi resolution, so they’ll look sharp at any size.

    Multi-Layered PDFs

    The Townhouse features multiple texture layers, putting you in control over the final look of your model before you print. If you like, you can print several versions of this model and scatter them around your gaming table, and each model can have a distinct look.

    You get all of these texture options:

    • Stone walls
    • Brick walls (red or gray) with an optional beam overlay
    • Wood walls (natural or red)
    • Half-timbered walls
    • Several window and door positions
    • 3 roof styles (slate tiles, clay tiles or wooden shingles)
    • Several chimney and roof dormer positions
    • And more!

    GSD Cutter Files

    This download includes GSD cutting files for automated cutting machines.

    SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS: You’ll need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 or later in order to use the PDFs. The free Silhouette Studio 1.5.0 is needed to use the GSDs.

    DIMENSIONS: This model’s footprint is around 5.5″ x 7.5″, and it stands about 9.2″ high not including the chimney.