Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Miniature Buildings - p.III

Here is the third part from the serie about architectural designs for tabletop games (see also partI and partII). Now it's time for ruins and steamunk buildings.

The little pile of paper below doesn't look impressive, I know... But these are 125 pages of plans, cross sections, elevations and perspective sketches making up designs of 27 objects, which can be parts of a miniature world. 

If you're curious about how "Winterdale" looks like in reality (ie. after 3D printing), you can visit Printable Scenery website http://www.printablescenery.com/.

In the next post (about something completely different) I'll try to be more wordy, I promise :)


  1. Evi! Hello!

    I'm a very big fan of your work with printable scenery! Thank you for your work with them! I've participated in every Kickstarter/Indiegogo campaign they've offered and I intend to support everyone after. And the fact that I enjoy your work is one of the big reasons why I'm supporting them. I can't wait to see what you put out next! And I can't wait to print it out, paint it, and see it on my game table! :)

    1. Hi! That's really great to know. I'm so happy to read your comment and hope you'll have a lot of fun with painting these buildings :)