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Author Archives: TheRooster
Take a look at this new picture from the Kickstarter campaign!
We’ve launched our Kickstarter campaign! We’re hoping to raise at least $10,000 so we can start mass producing these miniatures. Hopefully we can reach and surpass that goal because we have a lot of stretch goals we’d love to share … Continue reading
I’ve been working on something new and exciting and I think it’s time to share. I think papercrafting is amazing, but I also think that cutting paper is something that very few people want to do. I’ve always tried to … Continue reading
I’ve been working hard on texturing buildings. Texturing is totally new to me so there is a bit of a learning curve. The first big obstacle I ran into was creating an entire roof of shingles. I’d start off fine, … Continue reading
I’m working on a massively customizable building kit that will allow you awesome people the ability to build an entire city of unique houses and taverns and shops. Want a house with the door on the left and two windows … Continue reading
Life has been busy, and projects have been delayed, but we’re finally back! <dramatic pause for the cheering> Coming on the 1st of March, grungy slimy sewers! You may notice that Devin Night has been tapped to do the art … Continue reading
Instead of releasing only one large product every 6 weeks or so, we’re looking into releasing smaller/cheaper products in-between our larger releases. Today release is the first in this new line we call Fold-n-Go Singles. Same great quality you’ve come … Continue reading
I have had some questions asking what materials I use to create my papercraft models. I thought I’d make a single post and list everything I use/recommend. Printer I print all my models using an HP CP1525nw (~$300) color laserjet printer. … Continue reading
Just finished an assembly video for the Fold-n-Go – Castle Kit #1 – Signal Mound. Yeah, it’s glueless! Enjoy!
We have just released our second papercraft product, Fold-n-Go Castle Kit #1! This modular kit has everything you need to make your very own castle, including a working portcullis! Again, Lone Tree Games strives to use as little glue as possible. … Continue reading