PaperTerrain to Debut Oriental Houses at Historicon

By Polar_Bear
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Jul 16th, 2012
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PaperTerrain will be unveiling their new Oriental Houses while over at Historicon. Go and check ’em out.

From the announcement:

For years people have come up to me and asked if I had any Japanese or Chinese houses and I’ve always had to sadly say no. Well, I don’t have to do that anymore! PaperTerrain is proud to announce its new range of Oriental Houses! Japanese and Korean traditional architecture was based on Chinese styles, so these model buildings can serve for Chinese, Japanese or Korean buildings. Hamlet Pack #1 includes six buildings including a mill with a water wheel. Hamlet Pack #2 includes five buildings with a large inn. Both sets also include sheds and outbuildings and fences. The Oriental Noble’s House is surrounded by the distinctive tile-capped walls. There is also a separate set of walls available. A temple set is coming soon! All these kits come pre-printed in full color on heavy cardstock, ready for you to cut out and assemble. The kits are available in 10/12mm, 15mm, 20mm and 25/28mm scales. 6mm coming soon.
These kits will debut at the Historicon Convention July 19-22 and will be available for order from the PaperTerrain website shortly after that.

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  • Grindar

    I’ve always liked the look of these guys’ terrain, but it just seems so bloody expensive for paper terrain. Of course, WorldWorksGames may have spoiled me.