<BODY bgcolor=#000000 background=black text=#909090 topmargin=15 bottommargin=15 leftmargin=15 rightmargin=15 vlink=#F0F0F0 link=#FFFFFF> <meta name="description" content="Paper Models for Roleplaying Games"> <meta name="keywords" content="Paper Miniatures, Paper Models, RPG, PDF, Savage Worlds, Pirates RPG"> <TITLE>Greywolf's Paper Models</TITLE> <font color=#909090 face=arial> <table width=100% border=0> <tr valign=top> <td width=50%> <table border=0 width=100%> <tr valign=top> <td width=60> <a href="http://greywolf.critter.net"> <img SRC="http://greywolf.critter.net/images/tiles/home-button.jpg" ALT="Greywolf Home Page" BORDER=0 align=center> </a> </td> <td align=center> <br> <img src="http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/paper-banner.jpg" alt="Greywolf's Paper Models" border=0 align=center> <p> </td> <td width=60> &nbsp; </td> </tr> </table> <center> <table border=0 width=600> <tr valign=top> <td width=100%><font face="Arial" size=2> Here's a collection of "paper models" I've made for use as miniatures for assorted roleplaying games. There are links to these same models elsewhere on my web site, but I've collected them here in one place since there a model intended for one game system might still have some use for another. <p> For floor tiles or map tiles to use these miniatures on, check out the <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/tiles.htm>Map Tiles</a> page. For a series of TrueType fonts including some meant to be used to make paper miniatures, check the <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/fonts.htm>Fonts</a> page. For assorted "paper figure flats," I've got a <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/figureflats.htm>Figure Flats</a> page as well. <p> Permission is granted to download these, print them off, cut them out, and assemble them however you please. I've got a whole list of copyright and trademark notices at the bottom of this page, as I give credit for the various game systems that inspired these models, but these documents are (unless stated otherwise) copyright by me, so please don't nab them and claim them as your own. <p> <b> Latest Update (10 Dec 2012): Black Coach</b></a> - The "black coach" model for Deadlands Reloaded has been updated with both 1:72 and 1:48 scale versions. <p> </td> </tr> </table> <center><table border=0 width=600> <a name=blackcoach> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pdf/DL_Paper_Model_Black_Stagecoach.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/DL_Black_Coach-t.jpg width=120 alt="Black Coach"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> The Black Coach </b></font><br> This haunted stage coach is suitable for the "Weird West," and in particular for a <a href=http://www.peginc.com/Downloads/Deadlands/DevilsNight.pdf>free <i>Deadlands</i> adventure available from the Pinnacle web site</a>. In both 1:72 (~25mm) and 1:48 (~32mm) scale, with a top-down flat. (Updated 10 Dec 2012.) </td> </tr> <a name=wildhuntcharterbus> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://www.peginc.com/freebies/SWcore/SW_WildHunt_Papercraft_CharterBus.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/photos/2011-06-13-papercraft-wildhunt-charterbus-sm.jpg width=120 alt="Charter Bus"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> The Wild Hunt: Charter Bus (External Link) </b></font><br> Paper charter bus model in 1:72 and 1:48 scales, with interior layout, meant for use with <a href=http://www.peginc.com/Downloads/TheWildHuntDownload.pdf>The Wild Hunt</a>, a free <i>Savage Worlds</i> adventure for "Free RPG Day 2011," with included paper figure flats. (Link updated 10 Dec 2012.) </td> </tr> <a name=savagewheels28mmsportscar> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pdf/SavageWheels_Cars_Sport_28mm.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/SavageWheels_Cars_Sport_28mm-t.jpg alt="Savage Wheels 25-28mm Sports Car"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Savage Wheels ~28mm Sports Car </b></font><br> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/photos/2010-09-07-savagewheels-sportscar-01.jpg><img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/photos/2010-09-07-savagewheels-sportscar-01-t.jpg align=right alt="Savage Wheels: Paper ~28mm Sports Car Assembly" border=0></a> A cleaned-up version of the original "Savage Wheels" sports car design, with a few new props, suitable for modern, post-apocalyptic and "zombie apocalypse" scenarios. </td> </tr> <!---- <a name=carriage> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://www.peginc.com/Downloads/SWEX/PEG_GH_FigureFlats_CarriageSampler.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/2009-02-02-GothicAdventures_Americas_Cover_Preview-t.jpg width=120 alt="Gothic Adventures Cover"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Gothic Adventures Sampler - 16th Century Carriage (External Link) </b></font><br> A free sampler of the new <a href=http://www.studio2publishing.com/shop/product_info.php?products_id=2608>Gothic Adventures: The Americas</a> figure flats set from <a href=http://www.peginc.com>Pinnacle Entertainment Group</a>. This free download includes a paper model of a 16th-century carriage, with a team of four horses, and a coachman. The instruction page includes a standing version of the coachman, and a big white dog. </td> </tr> ----> <!---- under construction! <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pdf/SavagePulp_Vehicle_1924ChryslerTouringCar.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/SavagePulp_Vehicle_1924ChryslerTouringCar-t.jpg alt="1924 Chrysler Touring Car"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> 1924 Chrysler Touring Car </b></font><br> For 1920s-1930s gaming at (roughly) 25mm scale, this is a paper model for a 1924 Chrysler Touring Car - with or without canopy. </td> </tr> ----> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pdf/SavageWheels_Cars_01.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/SavageWheels_Cars_01-t.jpg alt="Savage Wheels Cars #1"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Savage Wheels Cars #1 </b></font><br> Car models for Damon Orrell's not-yet-completed <a href=http://www.peginc.com>Savage Worlds</a> post-apocalyptic setting, "Savage Wheels." The sheet includes several paint variations on a single car of uncertain model, based on a piece of wreckage from one of Mr. Orrell's map tile illustrations. Various "accessories" are included that can be glued onto the models. These are printed at somewhere in the vicinity of 15mm to 20mm scale, as per the Savage Wheels game. Scaling isn't all that precise here. Also, I'm in the process of revising the model a bit, since as printed you'll need to do a bit of trimming on the windshield piece to get it to fit properly. </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pdf/SavageWheels_Cars_02.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/SavageWheels_Cars_02-t.jpg alt="Savage Wheels Cars #2"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Savage Wheels Cars #2 </b></font><br> More car models, this time based on a souped-up GTO pictured in Mr. Orrell's cover art. Like the previous set, models are at somewhere from 15mm to 20mm scale, and represent various color-coded team paint schemes relevant to the game setting. </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pdf/SavageWheels_Cars_03.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/SavageWheels_Cars_03-t.jpg alt="Savage Wheels Cars #3"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Savage Wheels Cars #3 </b></font><br> A more futuristic car style - this based on the look of a Koenigsegg sportscar. As with other Savage Wheels basic sets, models, when assembled, are somewhere from 15mm to 20mm scale, and come in paint schemes according to the color-coded team factions from the Savage Wheels setting. </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pdf/SavageWheels_Weapons_01.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/SavageWheels_Weapons_01-t.jpg alt="Savage Wheels Weapons"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Savage Wheels Weapons </b></font><br> An assortment of paper weapons meant to be cut out and glued onto the Savage Wheels paper model cars ... or else onto toy cars of appropriate size from certain toy companies. These are intended for use with the model cars above, at somewhere from 15mm to 20mm in scale - but it's possible that some of the weapons might be of use for 25mm scale gaming. (Your mileage may vary, as they say.) </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pdf/SavageWheels_Cars_01x.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/SavageWheels_Cars_01x-t.jpg alt="Savage Wheels Cars #1 (Sports Car) - 25-28mm Scale"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Savage Wheels Cars #1 - 25-28mm Scale </b></font><br> A few of the Savage Wheels cars reproduced at 25-28mm scale for use with modern or post-apocalyptic RPGs (such as <a href=http://www.peginc.com>Deadlands: Hell on Earth</a>). </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pdf/SavageWheels_Cars_02x.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/SavageWheels_Cars_02x-t.jpg alt="Savage Wheels Cars #2 (GTO) - 25-28mm Scale"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Savage Wheels Cars #2 - 25-28mm Scale </b></font><br> A few of the Savage Wheels GTOs reproduced at 25-28mm scale for use with modern or post-apocalyptic RPGs (such as <a href=http://www.peginc.com>Deadlands: Hell on Earth</a>). </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pdf/SavageWheels_Cars_03x.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/SavageWheels_Cars_03x-t.jpg alt="Savage Wheels Cars #3 (Koenigsegg) - 25-28mm Scale"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Savage Wheels Cars #3 - 25-28mm Scale </b></font><br> A few of the Savage Wheels Koenigsegg cars reproduced at 25-28mm scale for use with modern or post-apocalyptic RPGs (such as <a href=http://www.peginc.com>Deadlands: Hell on Earth</a>). </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pdf/pirates/POTSM_ShipModels_Sloops.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/POTSM_ShipModels_Sloops-t.jpg alt="Pirates RPG Model Sloops"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Pirates RPG Model Sloops </b></font><br> These are paper model ships that may require a few non-paper materials (toothpicks, foam) to properly assemble. I have <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pirates/papershipassembly.htm>full assembly instructions, with photographs</a> available in my <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/pirates.htm>Pirates RPG</a> section. These ships are at a scale comparable to the popular (and highly recommended) plastic Pirates of the Spanish Main ships from <a href=http://www.wizkidsgames.com>WizKids Games</a> - but WizKids doesn't have a model for the "Lady Faire," a sloop specific to the <a href=http://www.peginc.com/>sample characters provided on Pinnacle's site</a> for the Pirates RPG. Thus, I made up this sheet to help out for the next time I run a demo game at a store or convention. </td> </tr> </table></center> <p> <center> <font color=white> <b>Also of General Gaming Interest:</b> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/tiles.htm>Custom Map Tiles</a> - <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/fonts.htm>Fonts</a> - <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/figureflats.htm>Figure Flats</a> </font> </center> <p> <center> <p>&nbsp;<p>&nbsp;<p>&nbsp;<p> <font size=1><i>Dungeons & Dragons</i> and the <i>D20 System</i> are trademarks of <a href=http://www.wizards.com>Wizards of the Coast</a>. <i>Mage Knight</i> and <i>HeroClix</i> are trademarks of <a href=http://www.wizkidsgames.com>Wiz Kids Games</a>. <i>Sundered Skies</i> is copyright 2007-2008 by <a href=http://www.tripleacegames.com>Triple Ace Games</a>. <i>Advanced HeroQuest</i>, <i>HeroQuest</i>, <i>Warhammer Fantasy</i> and <i>Warhammer Quest</i> are trademarks of <a href=http://www.gamesworkshop.com>Games Workshop UK</a>. <i>Ironclaw</i> is a trademark of Sanguine Productions, Ltd. <i>Pirates RPG</i> and <i>Savage Worlds</i> are trademarks of <a href=http://www.peginc.com>Pinnacle Entertainment Group</a>. <i>Pirates of the Spanish Main</i> is a trademark of <a href=http://www.wizkidsgames.com>Wiz Kids Games</a>. <i>Castlemolds</i> is a trademark of <a href=http://www.hirstarts.com>Hirst Arts</a>. <i>Savage Wheels</i> is copyright 2007 by Damon Orrell. <a href=http://www.azathoth.co.uk><i>Wonderland No More</i></a> is copyright 2003-2007 by Kevin Anderson and Lanse Tryon. <i>Mega Bloks</i> and <i>Pyrates</i> are trademarks of <a href=http://www.megabloks.com>Mega Industries</a>. <i>Weapons and Warriors</i> is a trademark of Pressman Games. <i>Pirate Expeditions</i> is a trademark of Chap Mei Toys. 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