Bart

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  • Birthday 07/08/1988

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    Groot-Schermer
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    technologie old and modern, ships, boats, sailing, history, myth's and legends, .... lego...

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    the Netherlands

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  1. [COR-FB-Class 4 Ship] Brig, "Puffin"

    Great little Brig! You really improved on the dimensions and shapes, I like the full hull.
  2. I won't make the 30th May deadline, so this turn I'll skip, and be back next turn.
  3. [SR - FB] Wargames

    Awesome build! I really like the micro game field, and how that is represented in the shop. Fun story to go along with it :)
  4. Thanks @Mesabi and @blackdeathgr That is a nice new assignment for the story @Garmadon gives me some nice options :)
  5. That is an amazing wave! excellent display of the boat on the wave and the posing of the crew!
  6. [MTF] Bardo or Bust

    lovely builds Roadmonkeytj, I really like the carriage, and espsially the use of the window pieces. The tree is very well done too.
  7. Nice warehouse professor! It appears to be a bit 'out of the way', what kind of contraband is the FTA storing there? I do like the looks of the outside, the black stone and the rock work, nice addition of the lava flow and steam rising.
  8. Account Summary

    @Phred The town bank income for Poppy Port is listed as 5 db in the May sheet. But I understood it is 5 db per property, and there are 2 of those in Poppy Port Also the Yield is listed as 15db's but with two propperties that should be 30db. I assumed my licensing was correct as the license fees were correctly deducted in the april summary Thank you in advance Bart
  9. Thanks you Roadmonkeytj I'll reduce some colours in a next coblestone look, maybe a bit more texture difference? Thanks for liking the swan! I'm very pleased with that design.
  10. Should be something near three months. So in August back to a ship.
  11. @Elostirion Thanks, you see some nice shifts when you look per ship. interesting. I think its a great idea to make town income to the town bank not dependable from the number of properties in town but of the trade (in what ever form) debateable ofcourse as it may hinder hamlet's a bit. But now towns (or faction) hardly use taxes so that might be a thing to do then. Bart @Drunknok fun note on the labour day: In the Netherlands it is not a holiday, if you tell it to a random person on the street they will think you are crazy celebrating that you have to work. @Elostirion Thanks, you see some nice shifts when you look per ship. interesting. I think its a great idea to make town income to the town bank not dependable from the number of properties in town but of the trade (in what ever form) debateable ofcourse as it may hinder hamlet's a bit. But now towns (or faction) hardly use taxes so that might be a thing to do then. Bart @Drunknok fun note on the labour day: In the Netherlands it is not a holiday, if you tell it to a random person on the street they will think you are crazy celebrating that you have to work.
  12. @Elostirion Interesting numbers, but I wonder what does it do, if you divide those settlement totals by the number of ships that visited it. Because when I read trough the TMCRA results I noticed that Oleon gathered virtually all their ships in Breshaun this turn. If the Court is re-thinking the trade system, you might want to take into account, the raise and fall of the trade value based on the number of ships that visit it, a maximum number of ships able to actually trade into a port, (based on trade value or settlement status idk) and things like that. and maybe a sort of gain for the town bank out of that trade? (or is it possible to tax visiting ships (automatically?))
  13. [ESL-FB] Pontelli Pet Panic

    Very nice town scene, with just the right amount of clutter (barrels, wagons etc) to bring the street to life. I really like that every building is completely different. Great use of all the different kind of lego animals.
  14. Other news item; I'm finally going home, after 6 months on this ship, I'll be flying home tomorrow. So you may see some brick build contraptions from me :O Although my improved skill in LDD and the possibilities of LDD do outweigh the amount of bricks I have so LDD will stay a part of my buildings for the game. So if you don't hear from me the next week or two, I'll be getting to know the family again. But I just as well could be back online Thursday :P
  15. It's a nice TLG style ship. Clean but with plenty detailing, nice of including the winches to lift those launches. But I'm going to challenge your class 9 classification. It may be long enough based on the midsections, but as far as I understand the ship rules, a class 9 should have multiple decks. and yours has just the one. If you look at the examples given, aka the bench mark moc's, the class 7 Margot and the class 8 Triton, are both two decked vessels. You call yours a frigate, and it's build in the frigate (not even a heavy one, but okay that is maybe hard to do in bricks but then mention it in the text), and from classes 7/8 upwards I always considered ship of the line territories. anyway it's my opinion, and just that.