Stone Houses from the Land of Whyst
by Whystler, published
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Hey! Welcome to my first thing! I\'ve always had a bit of an obsession for building modular architecture in 3D. I\'ve created it virtually for Activeworlds, Secondlife, and IMVU. I used to make them in clay to sell at Renaissance Faires even!
Well now that I have a 3d printer, I just had to share these with you.
The larger scaled houses in the pictures accurately show what is respresented by the stil files. This larger scale (which is actually not so large at 6.6 cm wide), is N scale - perfect for model railroaders. It\'s also perfect for dollhouse-for-a-dolhouse scale. So you can paint em up, and play with them however you like. They\'re meant to be arranged together and match up nicely.
Watch out for more of these thingies coming, so you can collect, print, paint and play!
The pictures show these models printed on an UP! 3d printer by PP3dP. But I'm very interested in seeing how they turn out on the makerbot or on a reprap, since there are a lot of folks who have these out there. So, if you print one, please share a pic. I definately want it to work for you!
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