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Tortuga- modular build...

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amazing work fine in all the details..., good use the admiral like a coin in the wishing well... and the cave, great!!!

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Nice MOC Swash Buckler! Great that you can seperate it in different baseplates.

The redcoat in the well is also quite funny :pir-laugh: And I like all the animals and other small stuff.

Maybe you could add some barrels, and birds on the roofs, though it's quite crowded already.

Anyway, Good job :thumbup:

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This is a very fun MOC. I think the use SOT (as apposed to SNOT) really gives it a classic flair. The blue coat in the well is a nice gag and there is a lot of detail to book. My only recommendation would be to say that interiors to the buildings would be nice.

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Great MOC! :thumbup: All the little details look good, and the houses do to. :pir-classic: Being able to split it into parts is a nice way to build, I should try it sometime.

The redcoat in the well is also quite funny :pir-laugh:

:imperialguard_commander1: (Takes a deep breath, and thinks...)

My sources believe that that was a Bluecoat, but he got his coat covered in his blood, resulting in it turning red.

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General Redwater

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My congratulations, this is a very nice creation. :thumbup:

Yes the attention to detail is good and you've created quite a crowded port that is displayed in the film.

On the topic of the redcoat down the well...

Ahem well we'll end it there.

I wasn't finished though!

Exactly. :pir-wink:

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Excellent MOC! I want to vacation there! The details and colors are great. The modular design are a great way to build this large scale creation and see all the cool nooks and crannies you built into it. I love it! Great job.

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An amazing MOC! Crowded and cramped like the real Tortuga should be. Nice details and overall a very good looking town! :thumbup:

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Soon! :pir-wink:

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The whole thing is amazing! But I also like all those modular parts.... They are nice stand-alones, with lots of details. :pir-sweet:

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Wow, that is really impressive. I like how you kept the individual pieces separate. It really makes viewing each piece easy.

Great job!

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I just wanna say... that's friggin awesome! It reminds me of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland. I love it.

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Oh my. I love it. So many details and techniques. I might borrow some ideas :pir-tongue:

Great MOC. Congratulations.

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I really like this type of moc's, crowded on a small place gives it more to the details. Beautiful

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Can I ask what 6 sets went into this?

Thanks!

These were not official sets. What he means is that he made his own modular sets that form together to make this. This is a year old though, so you shouldn't really bump it.

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Can I ask what 6 sets went into this?

Thanks!

No you can't, the thread is a year old and the thread starter has been banned, so I doubt he'll be responding.

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