Over the past few months I’ve been building up a little collection of papercraft models, designing them in Dioramas 3, and building them for my own science fiction games. As it is now large enough to make quite an interesting and useful collection I thought I’d share them here for general use.
Here I will provide pdf files of the models only. If you are interested in the Campaign Cartographer source files, head over to this thread in the ProFantasy forum. I recommend printing the files to cardstock paper. They are small enough to hold up without additional strengthening. At 100% scale they fit 28-32mm models nicely, but you can simply scale them down if you are playing with smaller (15mm or 6mm) models. I don’t have any assembly instructions, but I hope the photos included in the zip file will make it clear enough. You can see me building the communications tower in time lapse here.
For an upcoming Deadlands: Reloaded game I mapped a fictional railway station, loosely modeled on a historical one built in 1881 (and later replaced by Chicago’s famous Union Station). The map can be used for other quasi-historical games (e.g. any Cthulhu or Pulp-genre game) where a medium-sized railway station is needed.
For the small-press German role-playing game “Dungeonslayers” I created this version of their setting map “The Free Lands” in CC3. While I did that simply as a fan, the author Christian Kennig approached me whether they could offer the map as a download on the Dungeonslayers website (for free) and also sell it as a printed poster map. We quickly agreed on a deal, and the map can now be purchased via their web-shop.