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kofi

[MOC] Eldorado

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Hey there! 

The LEGO Eldorado Set from 1989 was my first set I bought .... back then I was a young guy.... today I wanna show you a new interpretation of this set:

32788991843_40b741ae8d.jpgEldorado 2 by kofi, auf Flickr

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Since this is a Pirate MOC, I moved this topic to the Pirate MOCs Forum. :pir-wink: 

Excellent remake by-the-way. :pir-oh:
Nice work and thanks for sharing.

I found a couple more images on your Flickr.  Only one image for this build seemed like too few. :pir-grin: 

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Thanks for moving the topic to the correct forum! I am not that often here on Eurobricks, so....

And thanks for adding more pics ;)

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Looks very nice! I dont visit enough to know for sure, But its the first time I see the ships and building floating above ground. It gives a unique view. 

I would be tempted to weigh them down, and flood the surface with water for extra cool photo's oppertunitys. 

The walls have a stunning amount of detail, and I love the crane. The extra effort put into it pays out.  In some photo's I find the amount of details a bit desorientating, it could be the photo's ,but I think the building could be improved, with some "bigger"stones that are used to build to fort, instead of mainly many small/very small stones. 

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The crane is a delight for the eyes! Loving the little airships too. Well done!

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Thanks guys for your comments!!!!

The MOC has been shown to public last weekend an will be displayed this weekend again at an exhibition in Austria..

What I can definitely say so far, I can build all the rocks and plants every time I am going to travell with the MOC .... it is definitely not my best work concerning stability and playability!!

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That is a great take on that great classic set.

The crane is incredibly impressive!

Meine Verehrung. :grin:

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