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Peter de Yeule

La sémillante

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That's a pretty nice looking ship you got there. Looks like it could be an actual LEGO set.

I really like the SNOT'd tiles on the side. They give the appearance of planking. :thumbup:

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Welcome Peter! I have always enjoyed your MOCs, so it is good to see you posting one here! You have such a great classic style!

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This is fantastic. I love the SNOT. It looks like it could take down the QAR.

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I like it! It is kinda like an upgraded version of Brickbeard's Bounty, but it's original enough to work as a MOC on its own. Too bad there's no interior (as I've read on MOCpages). Anyway, I still think it's worth blogging, so expect it to happen soon!

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This is a very nice build, I am not a huge fan of the bounty sails but they don't look bad here and the structure of the ship is so brilliant that it doesn't matter, I love the railing around the top and I was just wondering if there's any pics from inside.

Great work

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Nice ship, I've always loved your MOCs because they really capture the cartoony LEGO Pirates feel, albeit with some interesting techniques. :pir-classic: It is unfortunate there's no interior though, this ship looks perfect for that. Do you have any other ships planned?

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Nice ship! looks very classic and playable.

I like how you did the railings above the cabin, the tiled decks and of course the tiled sides.

I have one suggestion though. It could be a matter of taste, but I think the 1x1 tiles look a little bit strange there.

Perhaps, if you'd place them next to a gunport, it could seem more like being part of a longer plank, like it continues on the other side of the gunport if you get what I mean.

But still, you did a very good job :thumbup:

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