Sunday, February 19, 2017

Traveller 15mm Deck Plan Collection


I've taken all my deck plans to date and reformatted them for 15mm figure use. All sheets are now 18"x24" (apologies to all you metric system users). I've also updated the drawings to include:
  • slightly revised Hammer Class Merchant ship
  • Hammer-Hunter variant for bounty hunters
  • Ore-Hammer variant for prospectors
  • Nirvana Class Dropship long range variant
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EDIT 10-21-2018
A couple minor edits:
The X-boat station was incorrectly shown as 200 tons, when it is in fact 400 tons. The Hammer Class prospector variant was incorrectly called an Ore-Hunter, where it should have been called an Ore-Hammer. The PDF with all the 15mm deck plans has been updated.
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All of these are included in a single PDF file and can be downloaded here: Traveller 15mm Deck Plan Collection

Enjoy!

27 comments:

  1. Amazing ships, gorgeous deck plans! Thanks!

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  2. I love the designs, beauty work. Also, props for making a K'kree ship. It looks very good, though a bit like the JUPITER 2.

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  3. You are awesome!!! Love the hard work!

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  4. So when you say 15mm, what size grid are you using?

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    1. Sorry for the late response. For 15mm I use 1/2" = 1.5m or 5'-0".

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    2. Cool, I use a 1/100th scale so now I know the scaling factor when I print.

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  5. Oh man! These are fantastic! Thank you so much for sharing. Where's the tip jar?

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    1. Thanks for the compliment. No tip necessary, but I do enjoy hearing about people using my ships in their games!

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  6. Sweet! My friends and I are trying to get back into Traveller after a 25+ yr hiatus. I'm overwhelmed at all the info and rule changes out there. These plans will really help spice it up. Thanks for the content. Much appreciated.

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  7. Very impressive. Thank you very much.

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  8. I love the Yestabl and Sharptooth just as they are!

    I think the Stardrake should have less symmetry, but I'm not sure about how.

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  9. We are loving these. The Marquis has his ex-diplomatic core Destiny class yacht, and has been persuaded to look into fitting a Nirvana drop shop onto the recreation deck. If the dropship faces backwards, we’re hoping to custom fit a bottom hatch to line up with the Yachts rear top hatch so we can transfer in orbit. The modular payloads will allow us to use it as safari fit out, extra fuel bladders, bulk cargo or even extra staterooms

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  10. Many thanks for this Robert.
    Greetings from France.

    How did you create the 3D renderings ?
    Are these available somewhere ? I'd like to 3d print some of them if possible.

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    1. The 3D images were done with SketchUp and Photoshop. I have not made the SketchUp models available, but may do so in the future.

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  11. Thank you! These are very professional and polished. Have you considered offering them thru DriveThruRpg for a nominal sum? I hate taking stuff for nothing.

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    1. I have no plans to distribute my work through any site but my blog, with the exception of the upcoming print on demand version of the updated Starship Geomorphs book. I also hope to continue to keep offering my stuff for free, or in the case of the new book, as low cost as possible. You aren't "taking stuff" so much as I am just giving it away, and the value I receive is the joy of creation and the knowledge that people are getting some use out of my work.

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