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Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by ARMORMAN, Sep 3, 2011.
No, as in cut out and glue together figures (2 dimensional flat figures).
ok then no... I have no experience
Apparently the guy has been moving things around on his site, that link is broken.
Here's that link on the Internet Archive:
Here's the direct link to the Doctor Who flats (he even has the 11th Doctor :thumb:
And here's the direct link to the Star Trek Flats Maker (doesn't work for me on the first try, some trickery may be required for Firefox on Linux):
Sanguinary Guard Flats:
i dont know if someone here is istill active, but what do you use for base for the flats? or how do you made them stand? are there new flats around?
there's always someone wandering around... ;-)
If you want an 'all-paper' solution for basing your flats, you can point your browser to http://onemonk.com/bases
there's a lot of free folding bases, with different textures, sizes and styles.
and this is a good tutorial if you want to go a little further
You can take a look at this photo album for something more whfb /w40k related images
wow, that is awesome and exaclty what i needed, thank you, now all i need is time
For 40k, I'd use Ellis'
i did not find this anywhere so i ask a friend for some help, here it is the Grey Knight Nemesis Dreadknight, enjoy.
Grey Knight Nemesis Dreadknight
Cool! thanks for the contribute!
glad to help, ill post the vindicare later
im back, i asked my friend to put the vindicare in the same page as the DreadKnight, here is the result
Nemesis Dreadknight and vidicare assasin flat
Elysian Troop flats:
2D Dark angels.pdf
Tomb Kings Flats:
2.5D green dragon, phoenix, unicorn, minotaur, and dungeon walls: