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kv_d

British Frigate (unnamed)

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This forum is a great source for pirate builders so I thought I'd add my recently completed British Frigate to the fleet- I know I referred to the moc data-base quite a bit as I was working on it.

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link to bs folder: http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=425319

Its meant to be a British frigate from the Napoleonic era, though I suppose its a bit under armed for a frigate (18 guns)

-also I thought I'd point out that I'm member 10,000, do I win a prize? :pir-laugh:

Edited by kv_d

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Stunning, kv_d! I think you pulled this one off really well, especially the bow! Can't wait to see more from you!

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-also I thought I'd point out that I'm member 10,000, do I win a prize? :pir-laugh:

Yes! you get a comment from me! :pir-grin:

Great ship! I esspecially like all the wierd elements you put into the bow :pir-classic:

Is it just me, or does that deck look as though its made of wood? :pir-sceptic:

Glad to see another great moc, and another great member :pir-blush:

:pir_yoda:

P.S. I'm 6530!!! Burn!!!

Edited by the_green_avenger

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What a lovely sloop you have. I am particularly fond of the stern gallery, and what an elegant solution with the brick built, furled sails. Over all a great look, and a great job!

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A Very nice job on this frigate, I love all the detail you put into it. The bow is excellent, and the rigging is very good as well. Nicely done, and keep bricking :thumbup:

Edited by Fires-storm

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What a refreshing ship! I love your building style and the overall lines of the ship. Very unique and very enjoyable!

A++

-martinsuper

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i Admit whit martin, very very lovley ship (and the british one yet :pir_laugh2: )

Good job mate, keep it up

Captain Becker

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That is a real nice frigate you've got there. It's new style is really appealing to me. :thumbup:

The rigging has been done very well. The shapes look good too.

Great job on it mate!

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Soon! :pir-wink:

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I love it! really nice frigate, the addition of the sea around it is just very very cool , great job!

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What a refreshing ship!

My sentiments exactly! Very unusual, in a good way. :pir-classic:

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The ship looks great! And it is also quite unique because you made the sails from LEGOs! I just love it! :pir-classic:

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Thanks for all the compliments as well as a spot on the front page :pir-classic:

Is it just me, or does that deck look as though its made of wood? :pir-sceptic:

The deck is just snotted white bricks- the only non-lego element here is the string.

Edited by kv_d

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Well it looks like a very good frigate another piece of competition for bluecoats(oh boy another one?).It's not the toughest lobsterback boat, then again not the weakest.

anyway good MOC

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The deck is just snotted white bricks- the only non-lego element here is the string.

WOW! Great job! :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:

:pir_yoda:

Edited by the_green_avenger

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She is beautiful and very original especially the stern. I hope you make a few more ships based on the same style.

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