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Quinnsville Shipyard

Quinnsville, long known for it's seafaring history with the many voyages of the retired Junkyard Fleet, will now have the means to produce high quality vessels at a competitive rate thanks to the new shipyard!

38630400510_a827c7e073_b.jpgQV7.1 by LM71Blackbird, on Flickr

Shown here are a large group of craftsmen working at full capacity to complete these vessels. The crane is lifting in the masts for the less completed ship.

40396803502_0457f5737d_b.jpgQV7.2 by LM71Blackbird, on Flickr

Shown is the supplies, tools and wood cutting stations. The foreman's office is also shown.

38630399980_83bf1b2658_b.jpgQV7.3 by LM71Blackbird, on Flickr

 

Thank you all for checking out my latest build! This one was really fun to build! It will be licensed as a large factory. C&C and questions are welcome and appreciated!

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Aye, a nice build indeed.

 

There are a lot of little scenes to watch, and those WIP ships are well done. I do like that there is an interior to the office building (but I doubt the roof could hold that crane :pir-grin:).

While the variety of browns used is good, I would have appreciated a bit more colour. Apart from that the only other suggestion would be to maybe tile the water with trans-blue pieces, to differentiate the water a bit more from the brown studded piers.

 

Overall: well done! I really appreciate that Quinnsville is getting some love again. :thumbup:

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5 hours ago, Professor Thaum said:

That's a great LDD shipyard !! Congratz !!

 

The WIP ship are well designed

Thank you very much!

50 minutes ago, Drunknok said:

Aye, a nice build indeed.

 

There are a lot of little scenes to watch, and those WIP ships are well done. I do like that there is an interior to the office building (but I doubt the roof could hold that crane :pir-grin:).

While the variety of browns used is good, I would have appreciated a bit more colour. Apart from that the only other suggestion would be to maybe tile the water with trans-blue pieces, to differentiate the water a bit more from the brown studded piers.

 

Overall: well done! I really appreciate that Quinnsville is getting some love again. :thumbup:

I'm glad that you like the WIP ships, they were pretty fun to build! I definitely keep the water effects in mind for any other water builds I do. Thanks for the suggestion!

Yes, this is only the beginning of what I have planned for the rejuvenating of Quinnsville! I'm just waiting until after the King's Harbour Ball, so I can move my main characters to Quinnsville.

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Great shipyard,
I especially like the outside of the building, and the sawhorse with saw placement. 
And excellent work on all the minifig placements. 

Bart

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Very nice yard indeed sir.  The ships are quite well done.  

I do agree about the structural integrity of the roof ... I would have liked to see it on a scaffold with the office built within its supports.  The only other thing I seen was the chain ... If you would have placed them on jumper tiles to give a slight gap and to create chain droop ... Im sure this is easier said then done in LDD

Other than that solid build

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11 hours ago, Bart said:

Great shipyard,
I especially like the outside of the building, and the sawhorse with saw placement. 
And excellent work on all the minifig placements. 

Bart

Thank you Bart!

Just now, Roadmonkeytj said:

Very nice yard indeed sir.  The ships are quite well done.  

I do agree about the structural integrity of the roof ... I would have liked to see it on a scaffold with the office built within its supports.  The only other thing I seen was the chain ... If you would have placed them on jumper tiles to give a slight gap and to create chain droop ... Im sure this is easier said then done in LDD

Other than that solid build

Thank you! Yes, the chain was a bit of a pain to implement... it didn't turn out quite as I would have liked, but I was happy with the look in the end. The lack of proper roof support is definitely a missed detail on my part though... I am glad that you like it though!

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A busy shipyard you got here, Blackbird. The ship frame and dock facilities look very convincing.:thumbup:

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4 hours ago, Bodi said:

A busy shipyard you got here, Blackbird. The ship frame and dock facilities look very convincing.:thumbup:

Thank you!

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