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T1ckL35

Southampton-class frigate (32 gun) 1757 - 1812

by T1ckL35 Jun 24, 2019
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Your Ships looks amazing!
I just started printing a little armada of the ships from epengr and your ships fits perfect into this :D
But I have a question:
Could you add a version where the canon ports of the secound deck are open the the deck? So you can basically look through the canon ports in the middle section?
Thanks!

Thanks :)
Yes I'm aiming to have versions with closed gunports and also the guns out and ready on deck. Currently working on some other ships at the minute but when done or if I get a gap then I should be able to open them up

Thanks! that would be so great! :)

OMG Tickle what are you trying to do to me, yet another great sculpt I have to print out at 1/1200!

Hehe, keeping you on your toes ;)
I still haven't got around to sorting the mast holes on the smaller scales yet though, just so you know

I tried the modified 1/1200 scale one that you put holes in, and no matter how I sliced it Cura covered up the holes? Weird.

Hmm, I've had this occur when there was either an issue with normals on the mesh or an inconsistency in it (e.g an ngon or two or other issue). The was a setting you could enable that merged the mesh to stop these problems. I'll try and find it later and let you know.
I'll also have a look at the mesh tonight and have a go at printing it out in 1:1200 scale.
Thanks for keeping trying, it is much appreciated :)

Hi Tickle, in the end no matter what I tried with my slicer it just kept covering the holes at 1/1200 scale, so I resized the 1/600 scale one to 50% and I got one of the holes to print, then I drilled them out with a pin vice and it ended up like this. Another great design, love your stuff.