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Pirate Lair

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Very nice! Although I think you should change the flags. BUT thats your dissision. It can also double as a imperial one to. :)

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Impressive use of the new Loot Island baseplate. A nice place to lay low from the Imperials; excellent work.

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I love the bridge out to the observation platform, and the skulls wearing shakos are a nice touch. This is a great pirate hideout!

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This is fantastic! A great pirate hideout!

I like all the features of this MOC, everything what a pirate belongs is in it. :pir-blush:

The roofing is great, the interior of the hidout too. The pirate flag is a very nice addition and fits great here.

I also like the good use of the baseplates.

You've done a great job on this and I can't wait to see future MOCs of you! :thumbup:

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First things first, that lookout tower is totally awesome :thumbup: it reminds me of the game "Tropico Pirates" In the game you are a pirate king who runs/rules an island. Anyway the point is that it has some AWESOME MOC ideas for hideouts, pirate forts, and pirate related decor. I strongly suggest purchasing the game.

Your roof is very well done.

Good use of the Loot Island Baseplate, sometimes it can be can be a challenge to use such an awkward peice :thumbup: :thumbup:

I love the strung up shark.

Maybe a few close up pics of it.

Good job.

Edited by Ratshot

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Nice MOC. The big (tavern-like) building, the skulls with shako's, the big shark hanging near the docks... lovely!

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Very impressive! I really like the overall look. The messed up docks, bridges, porch, and fort are really well made. I like the use of the cylinders on the roof and the loot island bases as the island. For your picture's background you might want to buy a science fair board.

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That looks awesome! I like the use of the new sand/beach/island baseplates :thumbup:

The interior could use a little more work but its good none the less!

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Very nicely done, lots of cool little features (my favourite is the little shark on the wooden rack). :thumbup: Its the little things that make it so good.

On a related note, the use of baseplates as photographic backgrounds is okay...however, you let your camera wander a bit in a few pictures (as seen in the picture brought up by Skelotic). Still, though, very well done.

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Thanks for the comments. I'd love to hear any specific suggestions for improvements related to building or design. I know the photos are crummy. There was a rush to get photos of this one before I have to tear everything down and pack it up for an upcoming move. Unfortunately, I wasn't completely done and hope to rebuild it in a couple of months after getting settled in.

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Very nice mos indeed. Love how you can use the new pirate baseplates in the moc.

With regards to improvements, I'd say that if its supposed to be a lair, it should look more like a hideout, and not a house. Maybe make it look more like a cave by making the roof smaller and adding more foilage. Just my thoughts.

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Impressive use of the new Loot Island baseplate. A nice place to lay low from the Imperials; excellent work.

Indeed! I didn't like them at all, so it's reassuring someone was able to use them!

I like the roof, the way it's textured is a nice add, and the interior to the lair sweetens the deal imo.

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