This type of siege ship was used throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, as there was no room for a foremast on a ship that mounted a large siege mortar. After the turn of the 19th century, however, ordinary single-deck frigate hulls became large enough to mount siege mortars without special construction, thus the bomb ketch was replaced by the bomb ship. At the time, a ship was, by definition, a three-masted vessel. If you want to know what to expect when post-processing this model, watch this video.
Kaja's Models and Machinations
Kaja’s Models and Machinations specialises in models of experimental Soviet heavy tanks produced from 1939-1957, primarily in 1:220 (Z gauge) and 1:285 (6mm) scales. A high-detail model of the KV-1 suitable for 1:100 (15mm) is also available (and I will upload it at the first opportunity), and others may be available on request. Other models include ancient war galleys, tall ships from the Golden Age of Sail, and even steamships from World War I. I am currently experimenting with some of my original designs as well, and I hope to create an entire collection of original miniatures at least as impressive as my historical collection.
All files I sell have either been printed on my own high-resolution resin machine, or on someone else’s FDM machine. If you are interested in purchasing physical models, check out my website:
Currently, all I have available are tanks, but I have plans to expand and include sections for historical steamships and miniatures of my own design. For example, I feature one of my own designs in a post where I discuss some considerations that need to be made when printing miniature tanks:
Some of my models also have video links in their product descriptions showing post-processing, so that you have an idea of what’s involved.
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