Paper Tigers & Cardboard Dragons

Paper Tigers & Cardboard Dragons

This time lets talk about minis. They're cool, especially when they are well painted, but not all of us have the talents of +Karl Keesler,


So what is a busy GM, who lacks the painting and sculpting skills of the aforementioned artist, to do? Maybe he turns to a fairly easy solution,...Paper Minis.

Yes, Paper minis can be a godsend when you want a lots of minions and also when your funds are rather low. You want 50 skeletons, hit print. Easy peasy! 



And you don't need to cut them out as closely in the above example. Check out the image below.


I have found many excellent sources of minis that can fit almost any genre, without busting your budget. Check these links out:



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So there you go. Lots of choices and possibilities. It takes much less time to set these up. And speaking of setting them up, if you want something more stable than the cardstock, then don't forget the Litko website and the variety of bases. They have inexpensive acrylic bases and the wavy slots help keep the minis upright.




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