Peter Pig supplies several different sail options from their website. There are three separate PDFs each with 4 separate sail plans on them. I wanted to go with the more "traditional" red and white striped sails but my printer ran out of ink half way through the page. This set was the better of the two that I did manage to print off. I printed the sails onto card stock and used tacky glue (a thick PVA) to glue the sail together and on the mast.
Here is a side view of the ship.
And a closeup of the steersman for the ship.
All in all, I really like it and I think it came out well. The scoring of the deck and strakes of the hull are rather shallow and did not show the ink wash very well. The shields came out OK. The raven shield came out a little better than I thought it would.
Now for participation time from our studio audience. Should I add rigging to the ship? I am not going to put any other miniatures on this one. With the bases I use, I would have to use something else to even try that. Here is a picture of a rigging diagram that I found at: http://postfiles9.naver.net/data44/2009/3/11/104/rigging1a_sdh2652.jpg?type=w1.
Should I try it or just leave well enough alone?