Re: [nbos] [FM] [FWE] Steampunk Airship on and of paper.
"Mike Oliver"
Sun Dec 2nd, 2007

As a marketer of metal figures (of excellent quality, I might add), I
can supply these at around 10% postage vs. figure cost to UK customers.
Minimum postage is about 0.50 GBP. Some decent coloured cut-out
buildings would make an excellent addition to the stuff I offer and we
might be able to reach a deal on free postage or similar. I could print
them off on reasonable gauge card and maybe make you a bit of cash - and
myself as well.

If you're States-side, the postage might be a touch higher but I think
my Spanish supplier may well have agents out there. Let me know where
you live and I'll make some enquiries.

To see the range I offer, check out my Warmodelling website. To avoid
upsetting the list admin, I suggest we have any further correspondence



-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of richard leclercq
Sent: 01 December 2007 16:16
Subject: Re: [nbos] [FM] [FWE] Steampunk Airship on and of paper.

I have a couple of massive projects in mind.
Like most of them, I will probably get halfway done and forced to stop
lack of resources, mostly intellectual.

I have been working a lot lately with paper/card models. I would like
use FM to make building exteriors that can be cut our, folded and made
buildings for miniatures games. I'd like to expand in this area, as I
it is the future of miniatures gamming.
Lead is getting to coastly to ship, paper models can be downloaded,
and used in a short period of time. I still like the look of metal, but
last mail order cost me more for shipping than for the actual figures.

I would like to make some ubiquitious generic buildings I could use for
through the current era, possibly some ACW and Victorian era as well.
If anyone has worked on this please contact me off-list if you wish.

I am also trying to do a floorplan for a steampunk-genre Airship. I
the technical data, but my designs are boring-boring-boring.

I have little of no artistic talent, but I am able to make decent maps
RPGs with FW/FWE. I also used FM to make maps for war games bu
photographing terrain with my digital camera and using these photographs
icons on my maps.
If anyone has any knowledge of an obscure Sci-Fi publication called the
Nexus Journal, in Issue One there is a map made by yours truely using
I, the talentless schlub managed to get artwork published because of the

quality of NBOS. (It ain't me, folks, I can barely draw flies on a hot

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