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Pirate Island Hideout

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Well i have got the pirate building bug again. This is the pirates hideout on a rocky coast. The old hanging tree is the landmark they lookout for to find this spot.

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Nice scene. All the foliage makes it lively and green. The hut is nicely done, but may be a little small. One suggestion though: the hanging tree may be a better hanging tree when you let is hang over the water some more, right on the edge of that rock. It's a bit too straight for my taste.

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Nice work using a variety of differently shaped trees. Makes the whole scene more realistic of a untouched wilderness.

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Nice house (with those pillars), the ship's wheel is also a nice add to give it a more pirate-look. Like some other people said there are some interesting trees in it as well.

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I like it! Makes you wonder what could be in or beyond the dense forest of the island. Well done!

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Well i have got the pirate building bug again.

It is not a harmful disease or something. :pir_laugh2:

Nice MOC you've made there! I like the water and the cliffs a lot. :thumbup:

The foliage is nice as well, but I think the building is rather small, it looks comfy though. :pir-classic:

Overall you have done a nice job building this.

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This is awesome! I really like all the details on the island. The rocks and cabin look really great!

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Wowza! I am just starting to embark on a similar Western MOC, and this is a great source of inspiration!

The rock scaping is top-notch, and the wooden building really well integrated. :thumbup:

The vegetation adds a lot to this MOC, rather than cluttering it up which can sometimes be the case.

I would only recommend using trans cheese slopes instead of tiles for the waves, tp give it a more natural look.

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I saw this on MOC pages the other day. Great work, as Sly Owl said, the building is well integrated. ~LW 8~

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I know mods don't like single word comments but if everything is said, I just can say that I agree and find it lovely.

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Ack! Ye've given' me tha "bug" too! *cough* *runs off to build piratey MOCs* :pir_laugh2:

Great looking island you've got there, it makes a good lair for yer pirates! :thumbup:

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Very cool MOC, Makes me want to break out all my old LEGO's and make something.

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One suggestion though: the hanging tree may be a better hanging tree when you let is hang over the water some more, right on the edge of that rock. It's a bit too straight for my taste.

If you see the skeleton in chain hanging from the limb of the tree... That I do think, is why its called "Hanging" Tree... :pir_laugh2:

Nice MOC! :pir-classic::thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: for you. :pir-laugh:

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If you see the skeleton in chain hanging from the limb of the tree... That I do think, is why its called "Hanging" Tree... :pir_laugh2:

I got that, but you could make it a 'double' hanging tree... often the trees right on the edge of the rocks hang over, so it would look even more natural.

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a very nice scene, reminds me of Isla Cruces from PotC2, where the dead mans chest was hidden

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