3D-printed sculptures by Magnus McLeod for his HMS ROYAL OAK (1769) in scale 1:48

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I had never seen something like this before, what I am now sharing with you.
And this or something similar will be also part of the future in ship modeling.


From UK a ship modeler named Magnus McLeod was presenting his sculptures and figurines of his 74-gun ship HMS ROYAL OAK (1769) in scale 1:48.
Based on the size of the model he left the model at home, but brought his prepared 3D-printed decorations to Rochefort.
Magnus was so greatful to hand over to me some photos and a small printed booklet in which he is explaining the status of his model and as well the technique he used for the 3-D printing

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The cover of the booklet showing his model as to date
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The prepared decorations and sculptures - do not forget -> all in scale 1:48
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And the complete booklet, so you can read the descriptions made by Magnus
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Many thanks to Magnus to get his acceptance to show here in SOS this document and his work..
 

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For everybody interested in this special work we can inform you, that Magnus recently registered as a member of SOS.
His nickname is easy to remember: @Magnus McLeod
Once more a warm welcome here on board
 
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