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Papierschnitzel14 May 2019 8:33 a.m. PST

Do you need a couple of boats for your next adventure? Or do you need a huge fleet?

With this series of five ships, ranging from small rowing boats to large brigs you should be able to build all the ships you need for gaming (esp in the Golden Age of Pirates!)

All the ships come with color, texture and weathering modifier layers so every build can look unique!

The larger ships are customizable. Either hard print detail on the deck or use deck structure parts to reconfigure for each gaming session.

The masts and sails can be built detachable for easy storage and safe transport to your next gaming session.

Here's an overview of all the ships and scale reference to a 28mm mini. When printed at 100% you build for this scale. But you can adjust the print scale to match other mini sizes.

Introductory offers (-15% off the bundles) are available during May. More info on my site ( Ships available on my Gumroad and DriveThruRPG/WargameVault).

Enjoy, Chris

Henry Martini19 May 2019 8:39 p.m. PST

I've had 28mm pirates for a long time, but had thus far deferred acquiring ship models because of the expense, construction, and painting involved. Obviating as it does one of those issues and ameliorating another, this might just be the answer!

Many moons ago I bought some metal super-structural details (guns, grates, ship's wheels etc.) with the idea of scratch-building ships, but I'm sure they'd work just as well with these models.

Please add more ship types as you're able to.

whitejamest20 May 2019 6:06 a.m. PST

Those are extremely attractive models, well done!

Papierschnitzel21 May 2019 10:00 a.m. PST

Thank you guys!

For the large ships there are deck structures you can customize the decks with.

And then there's the paper cannons!

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