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[MOC] Theo's Trabuchet fishing hut

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Theo's Trabuchet fishing hut

The Trabucco (Trabuchet) is a typical and ancient fishing machine from the east coast of Italy.
It's made of wood and consists of a platform into the sea connected to the coast by a tight bridge made of wooden boards.
From this platform, two (or more) long arms called antennae stretch out suspended some feet above the water, supporting a huge and narrow-meshed net (called trabocchetto).

My little Trabucco is the home of Theo, an old red-bearded fisherman who loves spending his days fishing and preparing the nets.
Every now and then some friends visit him by boat, since the medium-azure hut can be reached by an unstable ladder starting right from the sea. Today Pablo is docking at the pole near the Trabucco, he has come to visit his friend Theo.
Enjoy!

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13 hours ago, Jack Sassy said:

This one looks amazing! Really like all those small details, interesting technique for the fishing rod's hook. :pir-love:

Thanks @Jack Sassy 🙏👍😊

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This is one of the best MOCs I've seen in a long time - so cute, so cozy, so atmospheric!

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15 minutes ago, The Neighborhood Merchant said:

Wow, looks great! Love the way you went about making the dock. So many great techniques throughout the build.

Thanks @The Neighborhood Merchant :thumbup:

14 minutes ago, Hive said:

This is one of the best MOCs I've seen in a long time - so cute, so cozy, so atmospheric!

Wow! Thank you very much :sweet:

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Thank you for sharing.

Looks really nice. How did you do the ladder going up from the sea to the hut?

Like the cliff of the coast. 

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14 hours ago, ExeSandbox said:

So cool, the build looks so dynamic! Love the colors used for the cabin too. :excited:

@Exe Sandbox Thank you very much buddy!

53 minutes ago, Zork said:

Thank you for sharing.

Looks really nice. How did you do the ladder going up from the sea to the hut?

Like the cliff of the coast. 

You're welcome!
The ladder is made with a light bluish gray hose 3mm + bas 3L + black rubber. I used this technique in my Stilt Houses :classic:
Thank you!
 

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1 hour ago, Cincinnati said:

Let me use Italian language: eccezionale, complimenti:thumbup:

Ah ah... GRAZIE! 😊🙏👍

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7 hours ago, Poncke said:

Wow! That is a seriously cool work man. Love it. It is absolutely stunningly brilliant. 

How many blue lights are in that sea?? *oh2*

Thank you very much @Poncke :classic:

There are 2.500 trans light-blue brick rounds in the sea.

9 minutes ago, _TLG_ said:

Cute build with very nice details!

Thank you very much @_TLG_ :wink::thumbup::classic:

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12 minutes ago, Marooned Marin said:

Fantastic and so cute! Great pictures

Question: how much cca approximately clear round plates did you use for the sea?

 

Thank you very much 🙏

They are exactly 2.500 trans light blu plates round😊

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28 minutes ago, Norton74 said:

They are exactly 2.500 trans light blu plates round😊 

That's a lot of plates! :laugh:

I am thinking of doing the same around one ship. I will re-think that idea. Thanks :pir-huzzah2:

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35 minutes ago, Marooned Marin said:

That's a lot of plates! :laugh:

I am thinking of doing the same around one ship. I will re-think that idea. Thanks :pir-huzzah2:

you're welcome! My pleasure :)

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Your super detailed style is unmistakable :excited:

You always use extremely small pieces to build entire works of art ... like a mosaic. :thumbup:

The construction technique for the stairs is really impressive! :wub:

The patience you dedicate to your works is always rewarded

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21 hours ago, LEGO Train 12 Volts said:

Your super detailed style is unmistakable :excited:

You always use extremely small pieces to build entire works of art ... like a mosaic. :thumbup:

The construction technique for the stairs is really impressive! :wub:

The patience you dedicate to your works is always rewarded

Thank you very much my friend for your kind words and remarks🙏. I'm so glad you appreciate all the little ans sometimes hidden details🧐

Hope to meet you in person one day or another🤓

Stay safe and healthy buddy! 

I wish you a merry Christmas and a happy New year 🎅🎄🎉

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2 hours ago, Norton74 said:

Hope to meet you in person one day or another🤓

Stay safe and healthy buddy! 

I wish you a merry Christmas and a happy New year 🎅🎄🎉

It would be really cool to meet ...I would love to see your garage MOC in real life! :pir-stareyes:

Stay safe and healthy you too! :pir-huzzah2:

 

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