September 10, 2015 by dracs
Dave Graffam Models have a new building for to print out and make as the perfect centre piece in a paper craft town; their second Clock Tower.
This clock tower is designed for use at 30mm scale, at which it stands at 13.5″ in height. However, it can easily be re-scaled so you can place it on tables ranging in size from 15 to 30mms.
Clock towers are an important feature for small towns and often mark the town centre, standing higher than most of the other buildings surrounding it. This, incidentally, makes them the perfect sniper’s nest.
Paper terrain can be very effective, allowing you to quickly put together a professional gaming table. However, it can also be a bit of a pain in the butt if you make a wrong move while putting it together.
Still, Dave Graffam’s stuff is top notch and I could imagine this fitting in well with historical, pulp or fantasy settings. Personally, I would use it for Malifaux and try and get my Guild Riflemen up there.
Have you ever used any paper terrain? What did you think of it?
"Clock Towers make the perfect sniper's nest..."