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Swash Buckler

Spanish port

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Nice, I like the lively narrow streets. The tan building is my favorite. The small ship you built for the port (on MOCpages) is also really good.

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I really like this Moc. The most part I like about it was using those(or well, these- Here) as rudders for the rowboats. <3

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Very cool. Looks to scale IMO too.

Although it's very simple, I think my favorite part is the canon being lifted up or down with the chains. I guess I've just never seen that before and it makes perfect sense and I've seen it in pirate movies so, ya, great work.

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Very nice lively port. Lots of good colors and details throughout. I think if you tiled the main streets in the middle it might draw out the details and the actions better. Looks great though.

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I really like this Moc. The most part I like about it was using those(or well, these- Here) as rudders for the rowboats. <3

:pir_laugh2: Official name of that part is 1x2 plate with a handle i think- at least in the leocad- and perhaps i should use some part for tiller also...

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:pir_laugh2: Official name of that part is 1x2 plate with a handle i think- at least in the leocad- and perhaps i should use some part for tiller also...

You still use LeoCad as well?

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Another nice moc from you, you've been busy posting mocs i see recently, but i havn't had a chanch to comment. This has a nice quaint and busy feel to it which is always good and there are many nice details in there. Keep up the good work! :pir-classic:

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You still use LeoCad as well?

I like more using the real bricks but there is never enough of them to my visions :pir_bawling: so when i want to build something that requires unlimitable amout of bricks i use leocad it is one of the best virtual programs to build lego- it have most of the pieces that are needed to ships, cars, trains, planes or spacecraft and for my favorite cities and buildings :pir-blush:

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I like your Spanish port/city, it is as busy as these kind of cities were in that time.

I love how you've done the buildings, especcialy the little fort :thumbup: .

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Another nice moc from you, you've been busy posting mocs i see recently, but i havn't had a chanch to comment. This has a nice quaint and busy feel to it which is always good and there are many nice details in there. Keep up the good work! :pir-classic:

Thanks- what is your next project -i would like to see it when ready probably takes lots of time to do so big dioramas- your mocs are so outstanding that i really want to see them all :pir-classic:

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Thanks- what is your next project -i would like to see it when ready probably takes lots of time to do so big dioramas- your mocs are so outstanding that i really want to see them all :pir-classic:

Thanks, my next project is 'Nancy's Tavern' based around a song by Alestorm. Its nearly finished, just got to finish off the landscaping :jollyroger:

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Thanks, my next project is 'Nancy's Tavern' based around a song by Alestorm. Its nearly finished, just got to finish off the landscaping :jollyroger:

Is it going to be a part of Durnovaria? :pir-sweet:

As to this MOC - Swash Buckler, this is one sweet-looking port scene!!! The tan building really helps to get that Spanish look and I also enjoyed the angular side of the fort :) I wouldn't recommend loading that cannon onto such a small boat though - regardless of what LEGO might want us to think with their official sets, I'm convinced those big guns are not supposed to be fitted on these babies :pir-wink: Have you considered adding a ship to this wonderful scene?

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Is it going to be a part of Durnovaria? :pir-sweet:

As to this MOC - Swash Buckler, this is one sweet-looking port scene!!! The tan building really helps to get that Spanish look and I also enjoyed the angular side of the fort :) I wouldn't recommend loading that cannon onto such a small boat though - regardless of what LEGO might want us to think with their official sets, I'm convinced those big guns are not supposed to be fitted on these babies :pir-wink: Have you considered adding a ship to this wonderful scene?

Actually i have already added it- checkout the mocpages link- strange that i put only those pics here where that baby cannot be seen- and for that cannon- well to be honest i just added it because it looked good but i don't know where it is going :imperialguard_commander1: probably it is not the good idea to put that gun in those little boat where it looks to be going now :pir_laugh2: sorry just accident- originally it was meant to be loaded in that ship that is not seen now :pir-classic:

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Very nice! I love the crowded look of it. Very realistic. The buildings are great as well, the large tan building and the fortress are my favorites.

I also see a nice large tan barrel in there, from which set is that?

Keep it up! :thumbup:

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Very nice! I love the crowded look of it. Very realistic. The buildings are great as well, the large tan building and the fortress are my favorites.

I also see a nice large tan barrel in there, from which set is that?

Keep it up! :thumbup:

From Cairo ambush- new little but great Indiana Jones- set number 7195- i have two of them- great parts for pirates as well as ww2 and ninjas (it have those arab goons if you know -the raider's of the lost ark) tan barrel is meant to be a big basket....

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