Terrainlinx system from Worldworks and zombie games
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Seriously look at this shit
I thought about getting some modern day cars for a zombie game of All Things Zombie, but after looking at the site, it's very impressive.
I wanna get into it, but the amount of cutting and pasting you have to do is unreal. I don't mind if it's just a few buildings and cars, but soon it gets outta control.
They say they have files that are compatible with cutting machines, but those specific models of cutting machines aren't available anymore.
I'm also debating whether its really cheaper. For things like modern day cars, yes, but buildings and roadways I'd rather spend more and get something that doesn't look like ass.
Does anybody have any experience with this stuff? Do you have any files laying around of the City of Mayhem stuff? I'd be willing to pay for cut sheets of the streets, the cars, and the gas station set
I have a problem paying for digital files, becasue I just KNOW I'll find them later online for free, and then I feel lie a dumbass. I don'thave a craft cutter so that's worthless to me.
I appreciate the gas station comes with three color variants, and you can't possibly need more than three gas stations.
I want the cars too, but the cars (and the gas station look fiddly to cut out)
Can't I just find a dude on the forum to print me out a sheet, pre-cut with his machine?
You can't possibly need more than three gas stations, or to print them out a second time, right?
Cars I'd kinda be okay with paying for, since I know I can print a bunch of them.
If I ever get a job at a day camp again, I can make it into a craft project for the older kids to keep ;em busy. Day camp craft projects often suck, and the kids know it.
Anybody wanna help the kids and tell me if there's a rapid share for this? Or just e-mail the files to email@example.com
Do it for the kids!
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What does /po/ think of Matt Shlian's work?
I want to learn that kind of structural folding (is that the right term?) so bad, found some books on Amazon, but, well, poor anon is poor. Do you guys happen to have any tutorials, books, etc. ?
>tl;dr. hipstery-designer-structural folding techniques