Admiral Coco, on 24 June 2012 - 01:28 AM, said:
I bow to thee, oh master shipbuilder!
I love all of your ships, and this one is no different. The color scheme is great and the nice leaning-in sides look very nice (something that I have trouble with).
By the way, your brickshelf gallery is not yet public, so no one can see it.
Thanks, I added a link to mocpages.
Captain Merlot, on 24 June 2012 - 02:50 AM, said:
Wow thats nice, I have to say I like how you use Bluecoats for all you ships it gives it a nice touch, rather than have the traditional redcoat ships.
Thanks, I'm not sure I know what you mean, it is a redcoat ship or perhaps you're refering to my frigate ?
Legonardo Davidy, on 24 June 2012 - 06:29 AM, said:
Very nice ship, cool color scheme, you build quite a lot of ships don't you?
keep it up!
Ships make up about 70% of my mocs, when I'm not building a ship I'm probably thinking about building a ship
Frank Brick Wright, on 24 June 2012 - 07:53 AM, said:
I still prefer your frigate
Are those brick-built cannons? They look fantastic, I think we deserve a closer look
Does she has an interior — I mean, besides the cosy cabin? Also that system of attaching the prow-figure is very clever, I don't think you have used it before (?) though IMO it surely fits better in a ship, at least in one of this size. Medium blue is alongside with tan my favourite lego colour
I used that prow before (Spanish slopp-of-war
) but I haven't attached an idol on it before. This doesn't fit well on bigger ships indeed.
So far the cabin is the only part with interior, the gun deck is very chaotic because I kind of built this ship on top of a wip which already had a lower deck installed, maybe I'll fix this later.
the costum cannons are nothing special really, I simply looked at these
to make them (that's a ship from Captain Greenhair
... or Bonaparte
, it's confusing really