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Erdbeereis

Gone Fishin'

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Patch-Eye Pete takes a break from Pillaging with a relaxing day of fishing.

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Thanks! :pir-classic:

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I love the technique you used for the river. :pir-oh3: That is a very nice parrot in the tree too! :pir-wub:

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Nice! I like the brick-built bird, and using epaulettes as water is very innovative. How many did it take?

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Thanks guys! This was mainly built to try out the epaulette river idea. It took all that I have, around 75 blue epaulettes to do this. You wouldn't want to have to make a whole ocean out of them. :pir-laugh:

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Very well done Erdy, looks very good.

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The water looks brilliant!, and a use for the spare ones in the sets?

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That is soooo darn creative! You are really good...I am genuinly jelous of your talent and imagination. So cool. :pir-oh::pir-oh3::pir-wub::oh3:*oh2*

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That is soooo darn creative! You are really good...I am genuinly jelous of your talent and imagination. So cool. :pir-oh::pir-oh3::pir-wub::oh3:*oh2*

That's a lot of smileys. :pir-tongue: Thanks for the kind words!

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The first thing I saw was the unique technique you've used on the water. It is very smart and it looks great.

The beards as fishies is nice as well. You've also done a great job on the landscaping and the parrot in the tree.

Keep it up! :thumbup:

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what an original technique for the river Erdi ^^ it looks very nice but if you move your vignette it must fall everywhere! anyway that's a really nice and peaceful vignette , great job !

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You cheated!, I see a flipper :pir-oh3::pir-tongue:

Very original idea, I would have never thought of that, and it looks good as well :thumbup:.

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He must kill a lot of generals to make this wicked river xD

Great job man!

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Well done Ice Cream! Your wonderful technique in the water is really an eye catcher. Excellent piece of work matey! Thank you for sharing. :pir-wink:

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swimming beards and an epaulette sea! I must be dreaming, but it's a nice dream, wish I would have so many epaulettes :pir_laugh2: Good idea to make water like this (and fishes :pir-classic: ) But indeed, you can only make a small river with them :pir-classic:

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what an original technique for the river Erdi ^^ it looks very nice but if you move your vignette it must fall everywhere! anyway that's a really nice and peaceful vignette , great job !

Thanks everyone! The epaulettes actually don't fall off too badly, except for the ones on the edges. For the most part they stay put. :pir-classic:

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:pir_laugh2: Charming scene! Really like the river technique (quite clever! but I would have add some white epaulettes too for the impression of movement) and of course, I love what you did with the legs :pir-wink:

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The beards actually were supposed to be the current running through, but it didn't turn out quite how I hoped. I would probably use white epaulettes next time.

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The beards look like fat fishies, it can be the current as well.

Let it up to your imagnation! :pir-blush:

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Exactly, if you want them to be fish, go right ahead. That's the beauty of imagination. :pir-grin:

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Wow, this is an incredibly creative MOC. *huh* With so many MOCs built SNOT style these days, this totally refreshes the idea for what an ideal Lego creation can be! :thumbup:

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