Description: Roman Seas: The Merchant Ship Set
contains a set of high quality, professionally
models of ancient world merchant ship models by renown RPG and mapping artist, Eric Hotz
. The Merchant Ship Set models are based on the ships of ancient Roman period (300BC - 400AD). Just print out the files onto paper/card-stock from your own computer/printer and then start building. Make as many as you want, when you need them! "I really like the models and the overall layout is really nice; it certainly pays that Eric is a professional when it comes down to graphic presentation"
M. Naismith The Merchant Ship Set ?
All ship models in this set are 6mm (1/300th) scale ?
Quick and easy construction -- most ship models can be printed, cutout and assembled in under 1 hour. ?
This set makes six different types of Roman merchant ships: The small merchant sailing ship (the backbone of the Roman Empire), the large grain ship (the Corbita), the coastal merchant ship (gallic design with a low freeboard), the large coastal trader and the large and small oarded Roman merchant ships (these were sometimes pressed into military service during emergency situations).
"Large and Small Merchant Ship" ?
Extras contained within this set include: optional Crew Deck Cabins. ?
PDF file printouts can be scaled up OR
scaled down to scales smaller than 1/300th (6mm) without print quality loss. You are limited only by the output size of your printer.
"Large and Small Coastal Traders"
? Set includes PDF construction Key file detailing the symbols used to help construct the models and a detailed PDF Ship Assembly Guide.
All Roman Seas models are great for miniatures gamers and static displays, and are designed for quick and easy construction. Roman Seas Merchant ship models are highly detailed, visually stunning and are made to impress and are based on tomb art examples from the latest research!
"Roman Oared Merchant Ships"
Looking for great 6mm scale (1/300th) Roman and Carthaginian miniatures? Take a look at: Baccus Miniatures
(This Roman Seas product was first published: May 2006)