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Jaja, nice ! I love how the water fits the hull :D 
The crankshaft is an old but sweet mechanism technic ! Now you should consider doing the same with a ship of the line ;)

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Just now, LaurentB said:

Jaja, nice ! I love how the water fits the hull :D 
The crankshaft is an old but sweet mechanism technic ! Now you should consider doing the same with a ship of the line ;)

Thanks! Its a little SNOT involved there :pir-blush:. I found that the arches fit almost perfectly at the bow...

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I love the technique you used to sink the boat into the water - those arch bricks are perfect for that!  Well, I guess some of the treasure goes overboard, or at least towards the bow :pir_laugh2:

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21 minutes ago, weeble1688 said:

I love the technique you used to sink the boat into the water - those arch bricks are perfect for that!  Well, I guess some of the treasure goes overboard, or at least towards the bow :pir_laugh2:

:laugh:

Miraculously, it doesn't fall! Even on the move ...

https://flic.kr/p/2iVd9Gq

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Great work! The minifigure poses along with the colors and the moving features create a gorgeous scene! You should consider mabye adding a motor so it's constantly moving. With that, it'd be an excellent desk or wall shelf addition! :laugh:

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Delightful.  Nicely executed all-around.  And I agree with the others on how well the SNOT arches work here!  :classic:

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What a nice little vignette you've created, @Plate!

Another of your creations posted via the Facebook page.

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Very funny ! :pir_laugh2:

I wanted to do something similar but with Pirates chased by a shark... :shark:

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On 5/1/2020 at 9:28 PM, Faladrin said:

Very funny ! :pir_laugh2:

I wanted to do something similar but with Pirates chased by a shark... :shark:

I want to see that!!:pir-classic:

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On 5/4/2020 at 1:19 PM, Plate said:

I want to see that!!:pir-classic:

I am on it... :pir-grin:

On 5/4/2020 at 11:34 PM, Raziel-117 said:

Cool Idea!

That reminds me to this Mini-Moc:

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:pir_laugh2:

Yes that's what I have in mind 

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@Plate, wow it captures the moment the water comming in so nice! I came across JK-Brickworks new model today, too. Probably you can use that mechanism to even spice the scene further up like the model @Raziel-117 was reminded of.

 

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On 5/6/2020 at 7:30 PM, Faladrin said:

I am on it... :pir-grin:

Yes that's what I have in mind 

NIce!

On 5/10/2020 at 4:05 PM, Stoertebricker said:

@Plate, wow it captures the moment the water comming in so nice! I came across JK-Brickworks new model today, too. Probably you can use that mechanism to even spice the scene further up like the model @Raziel-117 was reminded of.

WOW!!

 

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