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  1. mlucas86

    [MOC] Escape from Port Royal

    Yes, especially bookshop was borderline for a classic pirates theme, but i really wanted to try to match the building together removing and replacing some part as windows, to have a new idea of Pirate/Imperial Harbor never tried, and all the MOC was projected with the same idea of city, modular in 32x32 to became bigger and to be easy to expand in a future. It will be have a great Imperial Fort on the right maybe.... For Captain Roger, some good pirates guys are ready to rescue him, really hope for him too :D TY Man! Yes, a mashup between townhall and policeman station 2 Medieval market and the bookshop set, all replace with new color to be realistic in a Pirates/Imperial Harbor! Siii ! Al confine tra Roma e Frascati proprio!!!! :) I Just upload some great closeup! And here a Wip with less bulding to test the first light
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    [MOC] Escape from Port Royal

    Hi guys, after almost 10 years of inactivity, this year i started to build a Imperial Port to display my first ship built in 2012. I upload the final work and the WIP. Let me know what do you think about it :)
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    Ship-of-the-Line Under Construction

    really good work pirate wesley.. i can t wait to see this work end. this project could be a new guidline for a new way to build ship. i m following your project with great attention....thanks for all this post step to step!
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    GALLUS - Ship-of-the-Line

    i really enjoy how you solve the problem of circle windows in the back side of the ship using gold pieces to fill the holes... great work. If you made a rope rigging you will make a real masterpiece
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    EAST INDIAMAN Prince of Wales

    Hi all this is the photo of the first lego event near Rome.
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    EAST INDIAMAN Prince of Wales

    i m glad to read this word from a great builder like you i sew all your moc and they give me a lot of ispiration to make something of good. plexiglass is the showcase material (not glass) and it s not so heavy if you have to trasport the ship. i ask to different shops that make showcase for architect and they say me this type of plexiglass is really resistent it s better if you go in specific shop that build showcase for architect or similar. the can cut and glue the plexiglass and it s very professional
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    EAST INDIAMAN Prince of Wales

    good idea! the same way i used to attach ship to the brick base! i ll try it!..however it will be better if i drive very carefull !
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    EAST INDIAMAN Prince of Wales

    I build a plexiglass showcase to trasport the ship at the rome brick event for the next weekend i really don t know how block the ship base on the wood (i m searching a removable solution) I dont want to glue it or similar...
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    Nail their gizzards to the yardarm!

    great work slywol !!!
  10. ciao ho visto che sei italiano..di dove sei?

  11. mlucas86

    EAST INDIAMAN Prince of Wales

    Ty I bring this project to the end thanks to you and capitan grennhair and yours wonderfull ship. There were a great inspiration for me!
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    EAST INDIAMAN Prince of Wales

    i read a lot of people are not agree with this coins!!!
  13. i m building a special Plexiglas display case to trasport my ship in a lego event here in italy at the end of april!
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    EAST INDIAMAN Prince of Wales

    Yes i had to glued it...i didn t find another solution to attach it... I m not going to add minifigures...i think it is more serious without its! Instead i m buiding a Plexiglas display case to bring it in a lego event next month !
  15. WOW unlucky i so far to see this beatifull event... One question how do will you trasport the ship?