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I have some better photos of the two frigates, now that they're both painted. The last photos were pretty poor. They are both from Langton Miniatures, and are in 1/1200 scale (These two ships are both around 6cm long, stern to sprit.) The one with the yellow hull is british, and the other is French. I have some pennants on order for them. I like them as they're something a bit different, a change from GW at least. With all the rigging and basing, they challenge you in a different way to GW minis.
I've built a few larger scale sailing ships from scratch or kit, but these ones really caught my eye, and they are beautifully sculpted with not a single mould line or any flashing in sight!
They come in white metal, with hull, masts, sails and bowsprit as separate pieces. I made the bases from scratch using plasticard, and polyfilla with alot of PVA added for extra toughness. I will try the new water effects solution on the next few ships. I have just ordered two British and two French 74 gunners, and two privateers. I'll post some more pics up when i'm finished. I use them in Fleet Commander, which is now alomost completely playtested with an update well on the way. Enjoy !
I'm looking forward to the updated rules so that I can check them instead of the older ones. Seems kind of unnesscesary to dig in a topic that is soon going to be updated. :rolleyes: