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Attached are images of our latest paper model kits. The parts come in TIFF image format, so for the advanced user, they may be resized to make the model as large or small as you wish.

The American Townhouse Model (below) comes fully furnished, while the Octagon Beach house (above) has just a few pieces.

From our website (it can be opened in a separate window by clicking any image), you can see more detailed images of the model interiors.


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Comment by Christopher Ryan S on February 21, 2012 at 3:05am

if this house is real in my place, i love to live it. (picture no.1)

Comment by Steampunk Ephemera on February 20, 2012 at 10:32pm

TIFF is an image format (just like JPG), but it is "loss-less", and your computer already understands it. It is compatible with all photo/image editing software such as Paint Shop Pro, PhotoShop, Gimp, Serif Digital Scrapbook Pro, etc.

And because they are in that format, these images can be manipulated in that kind of software to change the piece sizes and make the model as large or small as you want, and re-saving, without loss of image quality (as often times happens with JPG files). What can also be done is to layer new decorations (such as wallpaper or flooring) onto any of the pieces too, giving it the individual modeler's personal touch.

Here is a sample image from the furnished dollhouse kit (Library furniture). To get it to upload into this blog post I had to convert it to PNG, because this site only accepts a few types of image formats. Sorry.



If you would like for me to send you an actual TIFF image sample, please email us directly at steampunk.ephemera@gmail.com. Thank you!

Comment by Steo on February 20, 2012 at 6:43pm

Anyways neat models, and how do you open a TIFF? I'm not sure either.

Comment by Jacky on February 20, 2012 at 2:53pm

how many pages are there for the second one?

and.. uhm.. well.. how do i open a TIFF-file? :/


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