Captain Green Hair

VOTE: Pimp your IMTP ship

Vote for your favorite pimped ship!   81 members have voted

  1. 1. Our contestants:

    • Agent Rick 57
      0
    • Audi TW
      2
    • Benk
      17
    • Bonaparte
      17
    • Captain Ka-boom
      1
    • CVSPIS CELIDVS
      9
    • Fat Tony
      10
    • Captain Green Hair
      2
    • Hinky
      2
    • Matn
      0
    • Pietje
      7
    • Piranha
      2
    • Radar92
      0
    • Slyowl
      4
    • TinypiesRus
      3
    • Phred
      5

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51 posts in this topic

Ladies and Gentleman it is time to vote!

Here are some widescreen collages to help you make your choice.

Check the entry thread for more pictures!

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collage2.jpg

Voting can be done untill 15 february 2008.

I f you vote, feedback is much appreciated! *y*

Good luck contestants!

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I voted for Phred for multiple reasons. He managed to not only build a very slick, cool looking, functional ship but also to incorporate vast amounts of details such as the working capstan, the anchors, the two cargo spaces, the working rudder and the sliding mortars. 8-

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My vote for captain green hair *y*

I almost voted for Bonaparte's ship, but that steam engine is not very practical..pipe is too short and you'd get that steam right to your face. But hey, that's french design :-P

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I voted for Benk.. also though of CVSPIS CELIDVS, but it's too long compared to the hight i think. But still a great ship.

Also considered pietje, but in the end i found that Benk was the best one.

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Wow, so many fantastic entries! I was torn between a few of them, but I think I chose wisely. ;-)

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The standard is very high, so this is no easy choice. I however have voted for Bonaparte there is something about the steam sloop, that I think is excellent and have since I first saw it, so I

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It was very tough deciding, but I voted Fat Tony for his great catamaran. That skeleton cage is stunning *wub*

Good luck everyone, may the best looter win :-)

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After much deliberation, I voted for phred. I'm always a sucker for function. X-D I came close to voting for Bonaparte or Fat Tony though. *wub*

I almost voted for Bonaparte's ship, but that steam engine is not very practical..pipe is too short and you'd get that steam right to your face. But hey, that's french design :-P
Practical or not, that's how many were.

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They're all fine entries, but only one can be the best.

I have voted for that entry.

Nope, I'm not saying which one. X-D

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I voted for Fat Tony's amazing and unique catamaran entry, I love it!

Batbrick Away! >:-)

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Well,

I thought mine was the best, and i can't believe only two ppl have voted for mine!! :-P

Hmm...

This was a tough choice,

so i went for the one that influenced my building style most... X-D

and voted for Mr. Hinky's! *y*

I thought Hinckley made that ship, but i guess i'm wrong.

I *wub* the little bamboo trees (they're awesome!)

Hoping it's ok w/ this Hinky fellow if i copy his idea in my merchant junk. *sweet*

P

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I voted for Phreds, I think his is the best. *y* *y*

*sweet*

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Pietje got my vote. I love that colourful lil' ship, and it's so dragoney! *wub*

~Peace

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It is a very tough choice but in the end i voted for Bonapartes ship *sweet*

My brother says he wants phred's ship to be a real lego set, i want this ship to be a real one too *wub*

same goes for all of the other entries though :-)

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My vote goes to Benk's Aston Martin Rapide.

Simply beautiful, and anything I'd expect of a beefed up IMTP ship.

May the best builder win *sweet*.

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I voted Fat Tony's catamaraan. skeleton cage is nice, lots of viking horns, and crab head! amazing!

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Well, after 4 days of consideration and breaking my head...i voted Benk!

It has many great details, a cabin and it looks accurate! *sweet*

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I voted for Pietje, I love the bright colours, the lovely figurehead and the interesting cabin!

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I voted for Phred, I just *wub* his little Bagle/Dhow! It's got a lot of nice details like the rigging and the lookout with a spyglass on the mast. Very realistic and creative. *y*

Good luck to everybody that entered! :-)

Genral Tarful

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I voted for Bonaparte due to the design, color scheme, and of course

Viva La France! :-D

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Nice contest with nice entries!

My vote goes for Bonaparte. It's not because it's a French Boat, it's because I like the two weels on each sides. It's the first time that I see a boat moc with this kind of structure (ok, I admit that I have never try to find one!).

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If it wasn't for four tough university tests I had to study for, I would have entered a ship myself.....

Great contest with very diverse entries in spite of the use of the same hull pieces, good job everyone!

I voted for the most modern ship, Bonaparte's. What a fantastic way of photographing it on that frozen pool (?)

*y*

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