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  1. Cincinnati

    [MOC] Music Hall

  2. Cincinnati

    [MOC] The Redbeard's house

    Thanks everyone again for their appreciation! I am working on the set to replace some small pieces with cheaper ones: as soon as I finish I will start with the instructions, but I think it will not be a quick process
  3. Cincinnati

    [MOCs] My shipbuilding record

    My sincere congratulations, it is difficult to say which is the best...but maybe I prefer the fourth one you posted
  4. Cincinnati

    [MOC] The Redbeard's house

    Many thanks, I am very happy for the appreciations! I use software for my moc
  5. Cincinnati

    [MOC] The Redbeard's house

    Many thanks
  6. Cincinnati

    [MOC] The Redbeard's house

    My moc is at your complete disposal and for me it's a great pleasure that is also shared on social networks. Thank you so much
  7. Cincinnati

    [MOC] Theo's Trabuchet fishing hut

    Let me use Italian language: eccezionale, complimenti
  8. Cincinnati

    [MOC] The Redbeard's house

    I know I will seem out of time, but I am one of the very few who doesn't use any social media...I'm vintage
  9. Cincinnati

    [MOC] The Redbeard's house

    Thank you very much for this honor!
  10. Cincinnati

    [MOC] Magnetic North Frigate

    Great moc, with very interesting colors
  11. Cincinnati

    [MOC] The Redbeard's house

    Thank you very much for your appreciation too. I am not an expert moc builder, I started a year after discovering the studio software. Before, I was a simple collector of vintage castle and pirate sets, both used and new (misb). In fact, my first mocs were much simpler, less realistic, without the use of tiles and with less variety of colors (inspired by the way of building of the 90s). Only for this reason with the Redbeard's house I wanted to try to use more modern techniques and I must say that I had a lot of fun even if it was more tiring. I post the pictures of this old moc of mine, a tavern with a small lighthouse, to show you the difference. I thought the same thing you wrote, namely that it is true that the buildings of the pirates, unlike the elegant and symmetrical ones of the imperial guards, are almost always thought of as ramshackle but, in fact, Barbarossa is the Captain and deserved a house of prestige. I also liked the contrast between the exterior of the moc which remains quite wild and then the surprise of finding a more well-kept house inside. Hi, I always share the instructions of my moc for free, but I have not yet done those of the house in Barbarossa. While I prefer not to share my .io files, forgive me. If you want, for example, I can send you without problems the instructions of the tavern with lighthouse that I posted above
  12. Cincinnati

    [MOC] The Redbeard's house

    Thanks again! Yes my idea was to better grow the three levels of the original set, keeping some elements such as the skull carved in the rock, the pier from which you access the building, the secret passage in the back, the trap door on the upper floor to access into the cave, the palm on the left side and the revolving crane on top.
  13. Cincinnati

    [MOC] The Redbeard's house

    Many thanks, hope to build but I don't think soon (I must buy many pices).
  14. Cincinnati

    [MOC] The Redbeard's house

    Hello everyone, I apologize if despite being registered since 2013 I have never participated in the forum but I have always preferred to read rather than write. I wanted to present my moc (currently only digitally made): the Captain Redbeard's house, located on the Skull Island. In fact it is a remake of the famous 6279 set, of which it retains some of the distinctive features. The building consists of three levels, in modular style, for a total of about 4700 pieces. It is designed to be symmetrically opened in two parts to improve its playability. First level: the large cave with access from a trap door of the first floor, a rock that hides the stolen treasures and a secret passage on the back. Second level: the Redbeard's house, accessible by a staircase carved into the rock, equipped with kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and the hall. Third level: the upper floor with the residence of the rest of the crew and a revolving crane. The interior. Play functions: a trap door on the floor of the Redbeard's house (hidden under the alcoholic cabinet) leads inside the cave. And now...GETAWAY!!! Many thanks for your attention!