PaperMini is creating Paper Miniatures
307
patrons
$525
per month
HALLO EVERYONE
Welcome to my site. I am Lucas.

WHAT DO I DO?
I design "print&play" paper miniatures for RPG tabletop games.


They're all hand drawn, they have lots of details and two sides (front and back view)

HOW THIS SITE WORKS?

On the bottom of each post you will find 3 attachments:

1) A4 template for home printers - world standardized copy paper 210x297mm.
   Don't forget to use good quality, thick photo paper, matte or glossy.
2) Letter size template for home printers (USA, Canada, Mexico) - 8,5x11inch
3) A6 template - my favorite which offers best quality.
 - Make it as a standard size photo in your photolab ( dimension 6x4inch / 15x10cm).
 - Optionally find self service photo kiosk in your local area.
 - At least you can use home termosublime photo printer.

Have you got the copies? Now.. take the necessary tools, do some folds, cuts and your miniature is ready within a few minutes! Check info + tutorial below.

COPYRIGHTS?
Everything that can be downloaded from this site is free for personal use.
Without paying a monthly fee you have about 25% of content unlocked!
All the rest is available only for my supporters - "patrons"

LOCKED CONTENT
There are three tiers which unlock:
1$ - 100% of PAPER MINIATURES (excluding custom creatures)
2$ - 100% ENVIRONMENT ( grounds, chests, doors, portals, furnitures) + previous tier.
3$ - CROWDSOURCED MINIS - get extra +1 monthly miniature based on my patrons guidelines 
       (feel free to send requests and vote for your favorite miniature)

SCHEDULE
I publish minimum one miniature a week. Mostly on Sundays.

ADVANTAGES OVER METAL/PLASTIC ONES
- ultra cheap (check the prices of metal/plastic minis)
- fast and easy to make (5-10 minutes)
- easy to duplicate ( print yourself a horde of zombies, ghouls... )
- already painted ( your home printer is a real artist :)
- easy to store ( coin album, box )

TUTORIALS - how to make your own paper miniatures.

1) download the proper template and print it.




2. You will need some basic tools:
- paper knife, scissors or scalpel
- black CD marker,
- a ruler,
- 1 inch metal washer - available in most D.I.Y shops (optional you can use large coin) 
- double sided sellotape (optional glue but not recommend it)




3. Cut along the lines shown on template.




4. Scratch the surface along the lines to make the paper easier to fold. Don't cut the paper.



5. Use  double sided sellotape ( optional glue ) to join front and back view together. 



6. Cut the black outlines with paper knife. Join the base to sellotape and make the last cut over there.



7. Cover white edges with black CD marker. Stick the base with a metal washer or coin. The miniature gets stability and proper weight.



8. The whole process takes about 10 minutes with a little practice.



Still confused? Watch short movie how I do with Female Barbarian : )

Tiers
100% miniatures
$1 or more per month
Unlock 100% of D&D miniatures (excluding crowdsourced minis)
100% architecture
$2 or more per month
Unlock 100% of small architecture - shrines, portals, doors, chests, furnitures etc... + previous tier.
Crowdsourced minis
$3 or more per month
Access to monthly poll where you can send me a request and vote for your favorite character. Get +1 extra miniature each month. It may be your own design!






Goals
$500 – reached! per month

Gnome Cleric received lots of votes but unfortunatelly it hasn't been chosen. Here is a second chance to turn these sketches into a Gnome -  paper miniature!
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HALLO EVERYONE
Welcome to my site. I am Lucas.

WHAT DO I DO?
I design "print&play" paper miniatures for RPG tabletop games.


They're all hand drawn, they have lots of details and two sides (front and back view)

HOW THIS SITE WORKS?

On the bottom of each post you will find 3 attachments:

1) A4 template for home printers - world standardized copy paper 210x297mm.
   Don't forget to use good quality, thick photo paper, matte or glossy.
2) Letter size template for home printers (USA, Canada, Mexico) - 8,5x11inch
3) A6 template - my favorite which offers best quality.
 - Make it as a standard size photo in your photolab ( dimension 6x4inch / 15x10cm).
 - Optionally find self service photo kiosk in your local area.
 - At least you can use home termosublime photo printer.

Have you got the copies? Now.. take the necessary tools, do some folds, cuts and your miniature is ready within a few minutes! Check info + tutorial below.

COPYRIGHTS?
Everything that can be downloaded from this site is free for personal use.
Without paying a monthly fee you have about 25% of content unlocked!
All the rest is available only for my supporters - "patrons"

LOCKED CONTENT
There are three tiers which unlock:
1$ - 100% of PAPER MINIATURES (excluding custom creatures)
2$ - 100% ENVIRONMENT ( grounds, chests, doors, portals, furnitures) + previous tier.
3$ - CROWDSOURCED MINIS - get extra +1 monthly miniature based on my patrons guidelines 
       (feel free to send requests and vote for your favorite miniature)

SCHEDULE
I publish minimum one miniature a week. Mostly on Sundays.

ADVANTAGES OVER METAL/PLASTIC ONES
- ultra cheap (check the prices of metal/plastic minis)
- fast and easy to make (5-10 minutes)
- easy to duplicate ( print yourself a horde of zombies, ghouls... )
- already painted ( your home printer is a real artist :)
- easy to store ( coin album, box )

TUTORIALS - how to make your own paper miniatures.

1) download the proper template and print it.




2. You will need some basic tools:
- paper knife, scissors or scalpel
- black CD marker,
- a ruler,
- 1 inch metal washer - available in most D.I.Y shops (optional you can use large coin) 
- double sided sellotape (optional glue but not recommend it)




3. Cut along the lines shown on template.




4. Scratch the surface along the lines to make the paper easier to fold. Don't cut the paper.



5. Use  double sided sellotape ( optional glue ) to join front and back view together. 



6. Cut the black outlines with paper knife. Join the base to sellotape and make the last cut over there.



7. Cover white edges with black CD marker. Stick the base with a metal washer or coin. The miniature gets stability and proper weight.



8. The whole process takes about 10 minutes with a little practice.



Still confused? Watch short movie how I do with Female Barbarian : )

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Tiers
100% miniatures
$1 or more per month
Unlock 100% of D&D miniatures (excluding crowdsourced minis)
100% architecture
$2 or more per month
Unlock 100% of small architecture - shrines, portals, doors, chests, furnitures etc... + previous tier.
Crowdsourced minis
$3 or more per month
Access to monthly poll where you can send me a request and vote for your favorite character. Get +1 extra miniature each month. It may be your own design!