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Soldier's Harbor

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The Soldiers love to hang around this area of the town, where the water is clear and also where they can taunt their prisoners.

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Water looks great! The buildings look edible :pir_laugh2: but contain some nice architectural designs...

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Its quite a nice technique. But I think its more suited to choppy high seas. Rather than shore port towns. Id like to see a small ship sailing on a 32x32 Blue Baseplate. :thumbup:

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This is nice! I really like the water and some of the dtails on the buildings are great. I like the use of the classic colors but the buildings look a bit too cartoonish.

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This is nice! I really like the water and some of the dtails on the buildings are great. I like the use of the classic colors but the buildings look a bit too cartoonish.

Yeah the colours remind me of Rasberry Cake:

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The buildings look edible :pir_laugh2:

My thoughts exactly, looks a bit like gingerbread houses :pir-tongue: .

But that water sure does look amazing, even better than snot variations on water (this works especially better for rough seas), only 1024 pieces to cover a 32x32 plate would be a tad expensive, despite it being a fairly cheap part.

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Very nicely done, that would actually be a sweet set, all those minifigs. :pir-blush:

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Great technique on the water, looks so realistic

Yeah the colours remind me of Rasberry Cake:

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I was gona say it reminds me of a gingerbread house, but this is just too funny Joey

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Great work Erdy! The use of cheese slopes is amazing. Onto the frontpage in the very near future! :pir-classic:

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The water looks great Erdy! I love it. The fortress itself is also very nice, it's a quite large cell for 1 prisoner. I'd almost say he has a comfortable life in there! :pir_laugh2:

Nice job! :thumbup:

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nice job on the water, looks very real. the lanterns are also a nice detail. good luck on the rest of your projects :thumbup:

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A really nice creation. The water draws you in and then the details take over, well done on this beauty.

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Magnifico :pir_kiss: ! Your water technique is outstanding and the little harbor itself looks good as well, with the traditional rat in the prison :pir-laugh: !

I also love how you've done the brown walking way, it proves that simplicity is an art!

Please DO continue building like this, my dearest Pirate Regulator :thumbup: !

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Come on now Joey, everything reminds you of raspberry cake!

I think this looks amazing. To me it doesnt look like rough water, but rather wind blowing over water in a harbor. I really like that.

-Super

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********off topic***************

Come on now Joey, everything reminds you of raspberry cake!

... now I'm hungry for cake....

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I like the water texture a lot. :thumbup::pir-classic:

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I think the water looks great. It is exactely like what you see when the Bay is choppy. I was wondering what it would look like with some of the emerald greens wedges mixed in? That has to be the prettiest prison I have ever seen. I hope the pirate doesn't get teased too much for being imprisioned in something so adorable :pir_laugh2:

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