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More Piratey BrickArt

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Capt. Bregan Houndberg (the minifig formerly known as Houndblower):

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Enjoy! :pir-sweet:

Perhaps I will post some more soon...

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That's a very nice drawing!

I'm looking forward to the possible others you will make.

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Great drawing Hound, it you have an amazing talent :thumbup:

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Nice drawing! :pir-classic: You can draw better than I ever will. :laugh:

Edited by General Redwater

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Brilliant! :pir-wub:

You will keep your high reputation :pir-sweet:

Can't wait to see more of these.

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Very very nice drawing Hound Knight, you are talenting drawer :pir-blush:

Captain Becker

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Very nice and creative! Tops! :thumbup:

Can't wait for more. :pir-wink:

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Drawing is a talent I have always envied.

Me too :pir-cry_sad: I cant draw worth a hill of beans :thumbdown:

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Nice job Hound Knight, I really like it. Can't wait to see some more! :pir-sweet:

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Brilliant work again sir! Your drawing skills are unmatched by anyone I know. Keep those minifig drawings up!

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Thankee mateys! :pir_laugh2: Here be me next ingravin' as promised.

Fredrick and the Pirate King from The Pirates of Penzance:

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"With cat-like tread our cautious way we feel,

In silence dread upon our prey we steal,

No sound at all, we never speak a word,

A flies foot-fall would be distinctly heard!"

Video

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Enjoy! :pir-sweet:

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Great work Hound Knight, I really like it!

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Major-General Stanley from The Pirates of Penzance:

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"In short in matters vegetable, animal, and mineral,

I am the very model of a Modern Major-General!"

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That's a funny guy to make a drawing of :pir-classic: Great job, as usual :thumbup:

How much of this did you make on your computer?

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That's a funny guy to make a drawing of :pir-classic: Great job, as usual :thumbup:

How much of this did you make on your computer?

Thanks! What better sort of guy to draw than a funny one? :pir_laugh2:

I just did the coloring of this one with Photoshop, the actual drawing I did on paper.

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Oh no, double-post! :pir-tongue:

I guess this is sort of related to pirates, being in the 18th century and all.

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Inspired by this:

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And yes Comm. Hornbricker, I'm almost done with the "secret project". :pir-wink:

Edited by Hound Knight

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You have done again an amazing job HK i absolutly love that :pir-classic:

Captain Becker

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Ha, nice job Hound Knight. I like the Amadeus sign, the minifig hands are cute.

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Thankee mateys! :pir_laugh2: Here be me next ingravin' as promised.

Fredrick and the Pirate King from The Pirates of Penzance:

A very lively drawing of the Pirate King and Fredrick! But, the video you recommended contains real people :pir-oh3: ... surely we want to see Lego people singing "The Pirates of Penzance" ... fortunately there is already such a video (I made it!), which you can view

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Amazing, you are truly an outstanding BrickArtist if I may say so. :pir-cry_happy:

I love the second drawing most. It has some lovely action in it.

I think the best thing about these drawings is that they pose minifigs in more human-like positions yet remain their typical flair.

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