The next thing I created with the wood texture are simple hand pulled carts.
Have completed the rowing boat and working on a more realistic style wooden texture. Also I have created a grass texture for the bases.
After working on and finalizing my workflow, today I will share where I am now and what is on the table. Want to have a peek?
Today I finished building all the parts I needed to show the Gate Tower setup. So this is the Rohan Watchtower. Continue reading “The Rohan Watchtower (aka Gate Tower)”
As promised last week, here comes something to connect the towers: the Rohan Wall! Continue reading “The Rohan Walls”
This is the first paper model I published in 2004. Inspired by the Lord of the Rings miniatures game I designed it with my son and we used it as a scenery piece with the tabletop game.
Today I started the launch of my new site for paper models. I called it “Papierschnitzel”!
Wondering what this means? Just to clarify let me tell you that it is NOT a paper version of the famous Wiener Schnitzel. It’s actually an Austrian dialect word for cut paper parts. As in shredded paper or what is left over when you cut out paper models. But even the model parts could be called Papierschnitzel. So to me this is the essence of paper modeling.
Germans would probably call it Papierschnipsel, but living in Vienna I like the link to the Austrian signature dish. Hungry for more? Paper models, that is! I will start posting my old free models here over the next weeks. After that I am planning to show the new models I have been working on.
So check in every now and then if you are interested in the future of Papierschnitzel 🙂