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|GamesPoet ||14 Nov 2017 9:20 a.m. PST|
Lot's of wonderful looking ships there!
And I also enjoyed the tutorial on constructing cardstock buildings, some good tips for potential future use, thank you!
|TGerritsen||14 Nov 2017 10:28 a.m. PST|
Really looking forward to ordering the Anglo-Dutch ships!
|Mutant Q||14 Nov 2017 12:37 p.m. PST|
Oooo… I like these. Just the thing for Fighting Sail.
|Mithmee ||14 Nov 2017 1:57 p.m. PST|
Plus when a ship catches on fire you can put a match to these.
|GGouveia||14 Nov 2017 3:27 p.m. PST|
Very cool for is non navy model types. I know it is sacrilege.
| Bobgnar ||14 Nov 2017 4:31 p.m. PST|
Should be useful for doing the battle of Trafalgar next year.
|billthecat||14 Nov 2017 9:33 p.m. PST|
But are these 2.5D or 2.25D or 2.75D?
|Legends In Time Skip ||15 Nov 2017 7:30 a.m. PST|
|Sergeant Paper||15 Nov 2017 9:45 a.m. PST|
Nice! I used to have a few like these that I'd made with the earlier 2D set atop the top-down counters (well, I put half on each side of the fold-over silhouettes). Then I moved (again) a,d all my paper projects got pitched.
I wish he'd consider that option (adding a topdown view to the base) with these, it helps to keep these from feeling so flat when viewed looking down at them.
|Fitzovich||17 Nov 2017 5:59 a.m. PST|
I have built up a small 1/300 scale fleet for pirate games using Limeys & Slimeys rules. These ships are just great. They are fairly easy to build, inexpensive and I am completely pleased with the results from a gaming standpoint, storage and expense. While I would prefer nothing happen to them while gaming, if something does, I can simply print and build another one to replace it. Very, Very pleased to have come across this fine line of miniature ships.