This is an expansion for my set of tiles for creating custom miniature sailing ships for tabletop roleplaying. The original set [https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2380515] is still required. What this set adds is the option of having decks at multiple elevations, for your forecastle and sterncastle.
Q: How do these go together exactly?
A: Most of these pieces have connections at the top and the bottom. The "support" piece is used to hold a regular piece from the old set up at the new height (so you can have your helm or your sterncastle etc.), and these will snap into the top slots on the other pieces. The inner wall, door, and stair pieces just clip into the top slots and dangle over the lower deck. Hopefully between the third picture and this description you can make sense of it. If not, comment about it and I can try to get better pictures.
Q: Why do some of the models have "A" at the end?
A: So I made this cool mostly-hollow design for the interiors of the ships, but then I realized that it's actually less time and filament to just make them all one solid block and print with 5% infill. So you should use the "A" models. I only kept the old ones in case you want to have something stored inside your ship (have a cannon or something leaning out the windows?).
Q: Why didn't you use OpenLock?
A: 'Cause I was young and foolish when I started, and I'm old and foolish now. A hero named Haratu remixed my original set to use OpenLock [https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2460693]. Who knows, maybe they'll do it again.
Q: Those cannons are rad.
A: Not mine. You can find those here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2160741
Q: Those sailor minis are pretty cool too.
A: Ok, usually I'd just go "they're from Old Glory," but I'ma link you to this specific set (yeah, they're all one set) 'cause they're awesome: http://www.oldgloryminiatures.com/proddetail.asp?prod=OGP-14