Hey guys, new to the forum, but have worked with paper/card models in the past (some 10-15 years ago). I honestly thought it was (unfortunately) a dying art form at the time. Until a couple days ago, that is A recent resurgence in interest has brought me here (thanks mainly to Jan Rükr's Aliens & Wipeout kits, among others), & while browsing through all the kits available from regular people with the proper skills & know-how, I am reminded of an idea I had years ago that I thought would be cool (& I'm assuming should be easiest to make in paper/card model form) - a complete mansion from the original Resident Evil game. My thought is it would be sort of like a 3D house model, where you can pull off the roof/floors in sections to see the interior design beneath. To be honest, at this time, I know little of the process & programs used to create card models (which is sad as I work with CAD everyday), but I'm sure some of you are way more familiar with it than I, so I was wondering if such a model could be accomplished? No doubt this model would be massive once completed. I would imagine the wall/floor/etc. decor could be pulled directly from the game, or if not, someone familiar with Photoshop could recreate it from reference. The exterior mansion design/reference material is limited from what I remember, but honestly I'm more for the inside build. The outside could be completely fictional for all I care (it's already fiction ). There are enough doors & windows on the mansion perimeter to get a feel for what the outside may look like. Just trying to get an idea from the pros as to how difficult creating this model would be...or perhaps I'm just throwing the idea out, hoping someone will take on the challenge Either way, this is something I always thought would be a fun build, if one had the time & resources to create the model. Thanks in advance for the responses.