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Hey, thanks.If I had any in-process photos, I would've posted them. But as with a lot of my projects, I'm never really sure I'll finish them and they can end up shelved for months, so I don't really take any process shots. I suppose I can always make an exploded view of the computer model if I can find the time.
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I didn't really show it in the pictures, but I glued the whole printed sheets onto the cardstock and cut to the edge of the paper. Then I used those edges to align the back sheets and cut out the individual tiles. That generates more wasted cardstock than if you tried to be more meticulous, but it's a one-time project so it's not so bad. And any imperfections on the back or edges can be touched up with markers.And while you're at it, you might want to take a blue marker to the backs of the river/"terraform" tiles so you can sort them out. I don't have any pictures, but I just stippled the planet blue while leaving the "C" white.I have to say I'm a little flattered someone actually made a set. Feels like the dog who finally caught the car.
Absolutely lovely! But I wonder if you could do the same with Homeworld models? They had paper model templates for a while, but those have since vanished into archives.
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