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Very nice Pif. I love the curved design of the tower. Nice colors and the SNOT water came out real well with the white and light blue plates.

Sharp! :thumbup:

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I like it very much, especially the roof made of Lego figure hands. I don't remember seeing that technique anywhere before. Nice job!

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Subtle things like the ladder and the minifig hand shingled roof make this very nice. Well done.

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Love your extensive use of the hands.

But while the hand-shingled roof is very nice, that rocket-battle-droid-head-and-hand duck? Pure genius. :thumbup:

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Nice little moc! Lots of great details on show and it's nice you have added some interior. Great work!

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This fort looks cute. Maybe it isn't the best word to describe a pirate fort, but I hope the pirates won't mind...

Oh, and...

[bloggedcp][/bloggedcp]

...soon

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I like both roofs and the round tower.

There are 2 trans blue 1x1 plates in the water which seem a bit out of place but I suppose you didn't have enough bricks left?

Outside of that it's a very nice MOC. Almost every spot is filled up with another small detail. Good job!

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Your MOC is a real encyclopedia of cool techniques Pif500!

Minfig hands roof, circular tower, good-looking SNOT sea, brick-built birds with plume and droid head :pir-sweet:

I'm sure I'm forgetting details.

What part is smoking the dude with gray hair?

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I like this a lot because it is simple, yet it has just enough interesting details like the curved wall, birds, and the lovely roofs to make it stand out.

Nice one! :pir-classic:

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A nice build with a lovely ambiance. I really do like the round wall, something w don't get to see too often. The SNOT water has become some sort of standard for calm winds. I like how you put some light blue in there. As already mentioned, the droid-head-duck is most likely ingenious since it looks so real. :thumbup:

The levers are also a great idea to close those little gaps and the dark brown planks on the left roof add a lot.

What I'm not so sure about is the yellow roof and how it is attached to the tower. Looks pretty loose for my taste.

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