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Adobeville

Adobeville


Finger and Toe Models announces the release of the 28mm card stock ADOBEVILLE with 2 stackable 3" high, 4'x4" modules and eight interchangeable wall blocks for variety. The wall blocks are easily removable giving you access to the interiors. The textures allow you to build any mud brick village or town from Gilgamesh’s Ur to modern third world seen on the nightly news. Build the...   [click here for more]
Finger and Toe Models  $5.00

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El Presidio de Leon

El Presidio de Leon


Finger and Toe Models announces the release of El Presidio de Leon, an adobe fort inspired by the presidios of colonial California, but usable for any mud fort from the Dark Ages through near future. El Presidio comes with six different wall modules for variety, a gate with watchtower, a ramp, and a demilune for outer works. While El Presidio de Leon is a stand alone model set, it is textured...   [click here for more]
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Lincoln, NM Bunkhouse

Lincoln, NM Bunkhouse


Finger and Toe Models announces the release of the 28mm pdf model BUNKHOUSE. Every ranch needed a place to house the cowboys who worked the herds. Bunkhouse comes with an interior and removable roof. With the other Finger and Toe Old West releases such as the Western Hotel, the Ana Verde RR Shack, the Shotgun House, and the Palmenthal Saloon, you have the core of a town in the Old West. Bunkhouse...   [click here for more]
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New Orleans: Warehouse

New Orleans: Warehouse


Everybody knows Bourbon Street, the bars, the dives, the haunted places, but New Orleans in the nineteenth century was very much a working city. Not far from the famous (and infamous) French Quarter was the warehouse district. If the goods came upriver from the Gulf or down river from Westport, they were stored in warehouses built within easy reach of the Big Muddy. Cargo legal and smuggled went...   [click here for more]
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