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Matt Siegel
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I know they aren't anywhere near resin, but they look pretty.

Anyone have an idea if these are worthwhile or not?

http://www.worldworksgames.com/store/index.php?main_page=ind...

 
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I've done a set (Thoumont's Rare Tomes and Components) for WorldWorks, so I am completely biased, but these guys are the nicest bunch you could possibly meet, and they churn out abslutely top quality work. If you're looking for downloadable 3D cardstock scenery, go no further.
 
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They are worthwhile if you want to put the time into them.
 
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UniversalHead wrote:
I've done a set (Thoumont's Rare Tomes and Components) for WorldWorks, so I am completely biased, but these guys are the nicest bunch you could possibly meet, and they churn out abslutely top quality work. If you're looking for downloadable 3D cardstock scenery, go no further.


Would you recommend printing these on cardstock and gluing them to foamcore with super 77 (or something similar)? to make them more stable. I know that my 4 and 5 year olds will get into them so I want to make them a bit more stable. I do know they have some of the best looking stuff available but don't want to make them a dozen times.
 
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lordunborn wrote:
Would you recommend printing these on cardstock and gluing them to foamcore with super 77 (or something similar)? to make them more stable. I know that my 4 and 5 year olds will get into them so I want to make them a bit more stable. I do know they have some of the best looking stuff available but don't want to make them a dozen times.


I've tried it both ways and it absolutely looks better mounted on the foamcore (and is way more stable overall - even thick card stock tends to bend pretty quickly). It's more work, but you'll probably enjoy the result a good bit more.
 
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