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MOC - Sleeping with the fishes...

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The jellyfish are great, as is the transition from pre-fab hull to timbers :thumbup:

I also like the spattering of coral and various sea creatures integrated into the wreck.

A few cross-timbers (between the arches) would have been nice to see (even something as trivial as a jumper plate on the inside), and the pre-fab hull could have done with a bit of development.

Shipwrecks are some of my favourite MOCs, and this one ranks highly by me, particularly when underwater :pir-wub:

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I love this too. It looked so good underwater. Shipwrecks are very cool indeed. The jelly fish are probably my favorite!

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The jellyfish are great, as is the transition from pre-fab hull to timbers :thumbup:

Which sets do the jellyfish originate from? They seem to work well in submerged Pirate MOCs.

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looks nice. not too many details but great atmosphere... and yes, the jellyfish - specially in the water - lok fantastic... great job!

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Which sets do the jellyfish originate from? They seem to work well in submerged Pirate MOCs.

They are custom built Mister Phes, with this and this part. (In transparent blue of course). Nice MOC, well done. :pir-classic:

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Well blow me down and call me Cat Gut Mary, you're indeed correct Captain Zuloo.

I must say that technique is rather effective.

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Really? Because I thought it was this part. Awesome MOC by the way!

Edited by Admiral M

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Maybe Evil dead can clarify the matter - for tiz a bit hard to tell which piece with the images provided.

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Admiral M was right. I used a "Minifig Cook's Hat" on top of a sea weed. :pir-cry_happy:

A few cross-timbers (between the arches) would have been nice to see (even something as trivial as a jumper plate on the inside), and the pre-fab hull could have done with a bit of development.

I think you're right! There's a big difference between the pre-fab hull and the rest of the moc.

If I would built it now, I would do those changes...

Thanks guys for the comments! :thumbup:

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Admiral M was right. I used a "Minifig Cook's Hat" on top of a sea weed.

Well Captain Zuloo usually isn't right (:pir-tongue: at Captain Zuloo)

So Tomar is a city in Portugal and it has its own LEGO event?

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So Tomar is a city in Portugal and it has its own LEGO event?

Yes! It´s a lovely town in the center of Portugal and it is where we do our main Lego event every year.

Tomar

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Well Captain Zuloo usually isn't right (:pir-tongue: at Captain Zuloo)

Well now, that was just totally uncool. :pir-hmpf_bad::pir_laugh2:

Hey, at least I got the seaweed part correct. I've never actually seen that midget chef hat in my life, only the Erdbeereis version.

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Yes! It´s a lovely town in the center of Portugal and it is where we do our main Lego event every year. Tomar

The first thing I did was go to Wikipedia and lookup Tomar.

It has some mighty fine historic sites I see, like the Castle of Tomar:

800px-Tomar_December_2008-17.jpg

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And that castle would look really nice MOC'ed! I may use it in my port!

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And that castle would look really nice MOC'ed! I may use it in my port!

Well go ahead! :thumbup:

It is a nice castle with fantastic stories about it.

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