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Smuggler's Swamp Shack

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This is a superb moc. I love the snot swamp, and your roof is really nice too. A true smuggler's hideout!!

:jollyroger:

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very nice

it really catches the atmosphere of a real swamp, I can almost see the fog floating around

great job!

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Great SNOT decking, fantastic roof too, 'Lego_Warlord_8' ! :pir-classic:

Looks like a real pirate hide-away ! :pir-classic:

Good work and I'm a conformist! ! :pir-classic:

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Nice little shack, I like the tree's they are custom where most of the time you just see those pesky palm tree's.

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What a gorgeous MOC you have here Sir Reg. I love how clean cut the edges are, it looks very tidy indeed, and all that green swampy goodness. :pir-wub:

The wonky board walk is just brilliantly done, and is that the back end of an Alligator sliding into the water? Very clever!

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I like the SNOT decking, and the whole scene just looks very swamp-like.

Maybe some frogs and snakes would be great too, but the alligator makes it brilliant enough :pir-classic:

Good job :thumbup:

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I like all of it! :pir-cry_happy: The SNOT swamp, the dock, the shack, and the vegetation is well done too. Keep it up. :thumbup:

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I love the SNOT swamp, and the terrain you made. The shack is also an excellent build, an all around beautiful and inventive MOC! keep bricking :pir-grin:

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Awesome work mate! Kind of reminds me of a level on a old Donkey Kong Country Game that i always liked. Nice work on the swamp, you've deffinitely captured the look and feel. Ive experimented with dark green for a swamp on a previous moc, but standard green seems to work well here, and far easier to get the bricks. Nice one.

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Nice MOC Lego_Warlord_8! The swamp/bayou setting is pretty uncommon in Pirate builds, it seems. I really like the green SNOT used for the swamp water, that touch defines the swampy atmosphere for me, more than anything else. Good job! :thumbup:

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What a wonderful scene! Very nice find Lego Warlord! :thumbup:

The swamp looks very real, the shack is very nice as well. Great colour mixture.

The crocodile in the corner is nice too, although I wish his back was less smooth.

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Nicely done little mOC mate, the shack looks nice and the swamp is pretty nice too Great work

Captain Becker

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Very nice moc. The shack looks very nice. One question, is there any interior in the shack?

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Very cool MOC! I especially love the brick-built croc/gator.

How did you make the lantern the guy on the dock is holding? *huh* It's a cool design I'd like to cpoy (assuming you don't mind, that is!)

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Very nice moc. The shack looks very nice. One question, is there any interior in the shack?

No, but I think if I spend some time testing, it could be done. :pir-classic:

Very cool MOC! I especially love the brick-built croc/gator.

How did you make the lantern the guy on the dock is holding? *huh* It's a cool design I'd like to cpoy (assuming you don't mind, that is!)

Its done by folding a small rubber band in half, then stuck in one of those 1x1 rounded studs.

~SR~

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Its done by folding a small rubber band in half, then stuck in one of those 1x1 rounded studs.

~SR~

OK! Thanks! :pir-classic:

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