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Athos

My Very First Pirate MOC

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thindexedgif.gif Vig. 85c

Stan joined the Royal Navy to see the world. Being stationed on the most boring rock in the sea was not what he had in mind... Though he did have to admit there were worse places to be. The roof was one of the most interesting he'd ever seen... And the fishing was quite good; today he'd hoped to catch a dolphin or two...

piratebay1.jpg

And a better view of the flags:

http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Athos/Pi.../piratebay2.jpg

And the shack even has a bit of an interior:

http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Athos/Pi.../piratebay3.jpg

The gallery:

http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=396039

http://www.flickr.com/photos/37777874@N06/...57621859484071/

Steve

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A very nice moc you have created. The roof technique is nice. I wouldn't mind being stuck in a place with good fishing... (oh wait... I am!). There is a great amount of detail you managed to put in a 8 x 8 space. Keep it up!

-Admiral Bejaune

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Looks great Steve! I agree there are a lot of details in there, great job on that. :thumbup:

The roof looks very interesting too. I think I will use that idea sometime! :pir-wub:

Keep it up!

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Really good work Athos! The use of those flags for the roof is very clever, and you did well with the dock as well. Are the flags simply connected with staggered handle pieces?

I'll just move this to the MOC forum. :pir-wink:

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Are the flags simply connected with staggered handle pieces?

Yep.

Steve

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Still as talented as ever I see! Simple yet a very effective scence, it evokes a sense that it's part of a something larger but tranquil.

Thank you for sharing!

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