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[COR - Free Build] Bermuda Sloop "Pandora"

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After spending more than 2 years investing both time and money into his businesses and properties in Queenston, Killian yearned for adventure, the very essence that had drawn him to Queenston. With both his ships The Parvus and The Delphinus Orca acquired for the coast guard by Mayor Edward Scarver, he embarked on the construction of a new vessel, Pandora.

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As he gazes back at what he has accomplished, memories of Queenston linger, but the shifting winds now directs his ambitions to the vast sea ahead.

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Worked on it for a while with the rigging taking half of the time and also beeing busy last year. I took most of the inspiration is from this ship modell. I had to make all the ropes and rigging in Blender before exporting them as parts to Studio. The ship was created with the idea of building it with real bricks. I and @Justsomebrix have already started the construction. 

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Augh, that rigging on a digital ship is giving me a headache even trying to imagine how much work it'd be!  It's bad enough irl, let alone designing all the parts and implementing them on Studio :pir-oh3:  The result is definitely lovely though, and I sure am looking forward to seeing it in physical parts too! :drool:

Really digging the scale here (most sloops we see in LEGO are massively smaller than this!), and that stern curve in the hull... :wub:  Is that brickbending and cheese slopes or some sort of mixel joint madness going on behind the scenes or am I completely losing it? :grin:

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This is a very beautiful ship and the rigging is impressive! You have combined modelling with Lego. I like the Lego version of the ship better than the original because it has minifigures. It's interesting to see them building.

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13 hours ago, Bricksbypidy said:

Wow, really great (digital) build! Love it!

Thank you!

 

9 hours ago, Garmadon said:

Augh, that rigging on a digital ship is giving me a headache even trying to imagine how much work it'd be!  It's bad enough irl, let alone designing all the parts and implementing them on Studio :pir-oh3:  The result is definitely lovely though, and I sure am looking forward to seeing it in physical parts too! :drool:

Really digging the scale here (most sloops we see in LEGO are massively smaller than this!), and that stern curve in the hull... :wub:  Is that brickbending and cheese slopes or some sort of mixel joint madness going on behind the scenes or am I completely losing it? :grin:

Yeah, it will be a challenge to build in physical parts. Most of the curves are with hinge plates but I'll have to wait and see if it'll actually work with real bricks.:pir-grin:

 

5 hours ago, NOD said:

This is a very beautiful ship and the rigging is impressive! You have combined modelling with Lego. I like the Lego version of the ship better than the original because it has minifigures. It's interesting to see them building.

 

Thanks. I'm quite pleased with the results:thumbup:

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Such an extraordinary piece of work you show us here. Very very nice.

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19 hours ago, Fraunces said:

Such an extraordinary piece of work you show us here. Very very nice.

Thank you :pir-grin:

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wow, such an ingenious idea to make a different scene.  Very nice work.

I hope to see it in real life someday.

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17 hours ago, Captain Braunsfeld said:

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Excellent work, congratulations! :pir-huzzah2:

Thank you very much!:pir-huzzah2:

17 hours ago, LEGO Train 12 Volts said:

This is one of the most original ideas I've ever seen and the execution is simply extraordinary! :wub_drool::wub_drool:

Thank you, glad you liked it :pir-grin:

15 hours ago, Third Navigator said:

A fine piece of work!

Thank you!

4 hours ago, Henning M. said:

wow, such an ingenious idea to make a different scene.  Very nice work.

I hope to see it in real life someday.

Thank you. It'll be fun to build it with physical bricks, can't wait.

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I really like the digital builder, being one myself. if digital builds are allowed here i might join. Now the model itself, stunning, the narrative is fantastic, the renders are nice and clean, good luck woth the real build. :pir-triumph:

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2 hours ago, Jody Meyer said:

I really like the digital builder, being one myself. if digital builds are allowed here i might join. Now the model itself, stunning, the narrative is fantastic, the renders are nice and clean, good luck woth the real build. :pir-triumph:

Thank you very much:pir-huzzah2:. Digital builds are allowed here and there're several digital builders already part of botbs. So you're welcome to join! 

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Perfection :wub:

This ship is truely a masterpiece and one of the best ships i have seen in (digital) Lego. The rigging is on a level i have never seen before. I can only imagine how much time you must have put into this. Can't wait to see the ship build with real bricks!

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Gorgeous! I love everything about this! A slipway seems a nice way to make a display stand for a ship too!

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1 hour ago, Yperio_Bricks said:

Perfection :wub:

This ship is truely a masterpiece and one of the best ships i have seen in (digital) Lego. The rigging is on a level i have never seen before. I can only imagine how much time you must have put into this. Can't wait to see the ship build with real bricks!

Thank you very much! The rigging was the most satisfying thing to finish and I can't wait on doing it in irl aswell:pir-grin:

38 minutes ago, Jeff of Clubs said:

Gorgeous! I love everything about this! A slipway seems a nice way to make a display stand for a ship too!

Thank you. Yeah it's quite nice and also easy to build.:pir-triumph:

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Lovely build! The ship itself is very well done: detailed, realistic, and with elaborate rigging. The ramp and the minifig posing around it are also great, and create an extremely lively scene! Keep it up!

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