yorkc1215

[MOC] Medieval Trade Cog

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Hello everyone. This is my first MOC shared on Eurobricks. Hope you enjoy it :classic:

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What pantelis wrote! I really like the ship, and it'll be a nice 1980's set! 

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Very nice little ship.  I like the use of plates and tiles.  Nice design.  

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15 hours ago, ProvenceTristram said:

Neat! Small, but functional! This is just the type of model Lego should be producing for AFOLs.

Thank you! I hope Lego produce more models like you've mentioned in the future. 

14 hours ago, pantelis said:

very nice ship with lovely old minifigs..

Thank you :classic:. Things look better with old minifigs.

7 hours ago, Aine said:

What pantelis wrote! I really like the ship, and it'll be a nice 1980's set! 

Thanks :sweet:. Though some parts used in this ship doesn't exist back then, not to mention the reddish brown colored pieces. 

2 hours ago, zoth33 said:

Very nice little ship.  I like the use of plates and tiles.  Nice design.  

Thank you! I need to restock 1x4 brown tiles after this build. 

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2 hours ago, yorkc1215 said:

Thanks :sweet:. Though some parts used in this ship doesn't exist back then, not to mention the reddish brown colored pieces. 

Yep, that's true. I don't know why lego was so hesitant about using brown, after all they made wheels in that color, so the possibility was for many more stuff.
 

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Very cool little build, goes perfectly with the nice old minifigs.

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Very cool MOC at a very useful size.  I can easily see a few of these in a larger harbor dio.

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14 hours ago, Aine said:

btw, where is the sail from? Is it lego, is it diy?

I made it from a piece of paper laying around in my house. 

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This is great! I like you decided to build a proper coga. I like the high platforms on the ship's bow and stern.

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On 4/30/2019 at 9:05 AM, yorkc1215 said:

I made it from a piece of paper laying around in my house. 

It looks really good! Maybe it's due to hue or maybe thanks to lighting, but it really looks like a piece of cloth!
Man, this is so nice, I really like it!

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Now I really want LEGO to do sails in that colour... very striking.

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Yeah, indeed, the contrast with hull is nice, and the big plain blue sail really shines!

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That is indeed a neat little ship:)

Have to look into the Historic Themes subforum more often:D

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For a first share ! it's a great one !

I totally love this little cog ! Excellent design and it seems so sleek ! Great build !

Keep up the good job !

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The build seems simple enough when you show the "how it's built" shot, but the shape of the hull flows so well it seems like it should be more complicated. The sail is very well executed, and it has a definite charm that fits right in with our collective AFOL nostalgia. :thumbup:

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