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  1. Technically these belong here, as the masts are painted. The rest is printed paper and thread, from War Artisan.
  2. Ok, so lately I've been playing Osprey's "Fighting Sail" game and making cardstock ships for it. I love the meditative aspects of making the ships and knowing each batch of 6 will take about 4 days from start to finish, and how I don't have to paint them when I'm done. Here are some in-game shots from several different games, and then a group shot: All ships are PDF kits from War Artisan. The ocean is 12" squares of cracked ice troffer lens available at Lowe's, backed with water-print fabric from Hobby Lobby. The bases are 1" strips of the same plastic, cut using the same techniques as work with stained glass. I chose to omit the halyards and backstays from the rigging as I am a gamer not a sailor, and I couldn't get the tension right on the three ships I tried.
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