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    carojoncarojon
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    Following feedback from a series of recent posts I have done looking at the work completed on my collection of the new 1:700th ships from Warlord Games, I have put together a downloadable rigging guide.

    As well as the standing rigging I like to include running rigging to the models and hopefully this step by step tutorial will enable those that want to do the same thing to have a go.

    If that includes you, then you can find out more by following the link to JJ’s

    https://jjwargames.blogspot.com/2019/12/all-at-sea-rigging-tutorial.html

    Jonathan (JJ)

    http://jjwargames.blogspot.co.uk

    #127773
    Autodidact-O-SaurusAutodidact-O-Saurus
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    Duly downloaded. You’re certainly paying it forward with this one.

    Do you think the rigging of Anglo-Dutch war vessels would be very different from the later period?

    Self taught, persistently behind the times, never up to date. AKA ~ jeff
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    #127780
    carojoncarojon
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    Great, I hope it proves useful.

    There are some key differences with rigging earlier periods where you don’t have a spanker sail with boom and gaff on the mizzen mast, so I would start with having a look at what others have done. I would imagine the rest of the set up would be broadly similar.

    Rod Langton has some pictures of his Anglo-Dutch models on his site, which look like he’s using the set set up, but you could always drop him a line.

    http://jjwargames.blogspot.co.uk

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