Small scale buildings

Discussion in 'Architecture Models' started by niedance, Jun 19, 2010.

  1. niedance

    niedance New Member

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    Hello to all. I am Looking for any kind of buildings in 1:100 or 1:72 scale for free download. Any suggestions?
  2. Goncalo Mendes

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    Try SpaceStation42 (www.ss42.com), look on the upper left of the main page for FREE PAPER TOYS, There should be something there in the Buildings & Structures section, Good Hunting !
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    rdajunior95 New Member

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    Making buildings is a bit boring.

    I prefer vehicles more!
  6. SrLuis

    SrLuis New Member

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    thx for the websites !!!
    gracias por las páginas, me voy a dar una vuelta por ellas.
  7. Kashiwazaki

    Kashiwazaki KASHIWAZAKI SENA FAN!!

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    This might get you through what you want: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=780072
    These are all made by Rei Ayanami.
    I just loved, and I made the three Shinjuku buildings, the Sompo Building and the Tokyo Tower from there. Enjoy! :p :p :p
  8. will69

    will69 New Member

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    take a look over at gleimo.de. They have some very nice models in the general trainmodeling gauge. :thumb:
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    pet1972 New Member

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    bcarter1234 New Member

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    Thanks for the great links. Some are new to me.
  11. Pho3n1x

    Pho3n1x New Member

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    Thanks for sharing the links ;)
  12. cbarcial

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    thanks for sharing......
  13. Eric Ferguson

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    papermau.blogspot.com has a whole slew of models including *desktop* models. Look on the right hand side and scroll down to types of models and how many. You'll see "Desktop Architecture" if memory serve. Besides that, castles, gas stations, and who knows what else in the diminutive style. Enjoy!!!!!
  14. Eric Ferguson

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    OK, my mistake in trying to describe where to go on the site. Scroll down to Labels and then look for desktop model. There are still many models here that could be considered small. Hope this is of some help.
  15. Vermin_King

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    I don't see Perry's Heroes mentioned much. They will need to be rescaled from about 1/60 to what you need, but that isn't hard. Several WWII era European buildings. http://midgard.pagesperso-orange.fr/ww2/
  16. jmr248

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    There are great sites listed here that I would never have stumbles over. Thank you to all who have posted these sites. I was not looking for a building but some these are to good not to have for the future.