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Hi everyone,

Not that long ago I posted my ship on Eurobricks.

Now my layout is finished and just in time for Bricks am Meer this weekend.

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For more pictures visit my Flickr album.

Feedback and questions are appreciated. :classic:

 

Sander

 

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Wonderful looking layout! The waves on the water look very nice and the landscape is nice and varied. The building is also done very well, I like the use of 1x1 round plates to break up the white wall. Overall, great work!

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I like the colors of the shoreline... That dark orange really pops!

1 question for whatever mustached man who designed the fort... what keeps pirates from climbing through the gun bays? From the photo it look like those guns tilt...

Beautiful MOC!

 

MAC

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Thank you both @LM71Blackbird and @iammac.

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what keeps pirates from climbing through the gun bays?

A lot of Spanish soldiers. :wink::tongue:

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 From the photo it look like those guns tilt...

I used the design of the Western theme. :look:

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Wonderful layout. Clicking on the additional pictures was a must. Love the building but is it haunted? Theres' a spooky ghost flying around. :laugh: Great build, especially the ship with the very smooth looking masts and yards.

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Very nice layout but as a modular fan, my eyes go directly to the building! It looks really awesome with some amazing architectural details! The roof is fantastic, both the archs and the cheese slopes! You do also have some really nice photos on Flickr. I don't know why but really feel like you need to photoshop a sky in the background, especially to the one below! :laugh:

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Your building has some very interesting building techniques I've never thought of before. Is it finished inside?

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On ‎6‎-‎4‎-‎2018 at 6:43 PM, koalayummies said:

 Love the building but is it haunted? Theres' a spooky ghost flying around. :laugh: Great build, especially the ship with the very smooth looking masts and yards.

Thank you. :classic:

It was a part of a Time Twister layout.

The ghost was from the Whirling Time Warper.

@LegoModularFan Thanks, I never alter my pictures in Photoshop, because I don't know how to do that. :look:

I want to buy a more neutral and sleek background for better pictures. But for now I have to do with a black or a gray cloth.

15 hours ago, Plaid Beard said:

Your building has some very interesting building techniques I've never thought of before. Is it finished inside?

Thanks. :classic:

There is a mechanism inside that moves minifigures in front of the openings and there is no room for interior.

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Good layout !

the shoreline is nicely done and very realistic like this, but perhaps need a little more elevation variations, I would have add some rocks her and there. But that's nice like this.

The fort is great and the ship passing by is the cherry on the cake ! Great job on that !

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Thank you, @Faladrin :classic:

I agree that it could use some rocks, but the landscape was not really planned.

It was build for Bricks am Meer 2.0 and that was past weekend.

I was glad that the ship and the waves worked out. :classic:

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