jim7564

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    [WIP] - HMS Providence - 34 gun frigate

    building this in real bricks i think you will find the 2x2 round brick is not wide enough.looks ok in LDD but too small in my opinion after seeing your cannons etc i need to rebuild a lot of mine,yours are so much more realistic HMS Triconmalee minifig scale
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    Project GC in 1:40 and 1:100

    great build Edwin have been watching this build from the start,very impressive i have to say,really faultless,attention to detail is outstanding.study the build process and learn a lot from your builds.its a shame kids nowadays are all about mobile phones tablets streaming games etc and not actually physically taking a hands on approach to pretty much anything.one thing She sure looks proud of you looking forward to your next build (only reason i come on here)
  3. from my experience and also stated on here NON LEGO PARTS USED gets banned simple !!!!!!!
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    Finished MOC Fairplay IX tugboat in scale 1:50

    really beautiful model,faultless to a degree.i will be studying this build for a long time,great use of building techniques,your build thread is really helpful for others to see, and you got the black fendering just about right really enhances the shape of the hull, look forward to the next one
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    MOC/WIP Fairplay IX en XI TUGBOAT in scale 1/60

    thats a real credit to you Edwin,now to study your pics and be able to learn from them,for such a small build that is some amount of pieces but given the detail and the pieces you have used its hardly surprising.the lights add the finishing touch,a few pics of the way you did the wheelhouse would be great.hope to use some of your techniques on my build (semi sub heavy lift ship)15ft x 3ft again amazing build look forward to your next one
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    MOC/WIP Fairplay IX en XI TUGBOAT in scale 1/60

    one thing for sure your model is perfect. instantly recognizable to the real thing, to put a green and red light would prob spoil it so i think you have it right.prob one of your best i always find builds improve everytime i build always better techniques as you progress.especially seeing how others build
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    MOC/WIP Fairplay IX en XI TUGBOAT in scale 1/60

    not sure but on a closer look at the navigation lights they appear to be doubled up on either side (presume it depends on the direction its steaming) like you say most of the time its going backwards LOL.strange the exhausts are at the front limiting visibility,
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    MOC/WIP Fairplay IX en XI TUGBOAT in scale 1/60

    i assumed the bow is the higher part but looking through the thread you can not be sure which is bow or stern so i maybe wrong,LOL.
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    MOC/WIP Fairplay IX en XI TUGBOAT in scale 1/60

    the red and green navigation lights are on the wrong side RED portside (left) GREEN starboard side (right) truly outstanding considering detail considering the size and scale,love to see the WIP on builds,i can learn so much
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    MOC/WIP Fairplay IX en XI TUGBOAT in scale 1/60

    outstanding work there Edwin,love the lights the way you have them incorporated into the superstructure,what scale are you building this it does look minifig,so many uses of pieces i had never thought uses for.keep the pics coming cheers Jim
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    MOC/WIP Fairplay IX en XI TUGBOAT in scale 1/60

    much better,your building is just amazing,everytime i study your builds and Konajara i learn something.have yet to attempt a build with that kind of hull rendering,mostly modular style (USS Missouri/R Y Britannia) but i,m getting there. thanks for showing the builds
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    MOC/WIP Fairplay IX en XI TUGBOAT in scale 1/60

    outstanding work as always,i just love to see your progress on shipbuilding,just a thought as your way superior to my building but the black fender running fore and aft would look better the same height as the topmost stern fender more in keeping with the deck line, if that makes sense to you.the shape of the deck rising up as you go forward makes for a very hard process ,your pics showing the techniques used are most helpful,i hope to improve my building studying yours cheers Jim
  13. what is it with folk on here defending LEGO as its simply building blocks like cars etc it was started by one and everyone copied it,we dont have a problem with that Lego is just the same,Does anyone on here own or manage Lego etc.IT SHOULD BE ABOUT THE CREATIONS YOU MAKE not this crap about ripping clone bricks to shreds etc. I dont have a problem with any brand of building block,the cheaper the better so I can build and not have to break my models up but because of the price I can afford to keep buying more. I joined this site to look and learn on how to improve my building techniques NOT to be judged on my choice of bricks.now to the REALISTs here I had 10,000 Lego branded pieces which were pure crap,would not stay together kept falling apart so their product is of no better quality than some ofthese cheap chinese knock offs
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    Car Talk

    my celica GT4 st205 4x4 wide arch work in progress 22yr old
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    USS Saratoga

    well just to answer your questions here, when i was asked to display the Missouri I did point out it was not built entirely out of lego,but other makes of of blocks were used,as far as the press were concerned it did not matter as with everyones concept of this is its all classed as lego,(just a term that seems used for every ABS building bricks) unlike MR Mellows (whats your problem) here and maybe a few others i dont have shares in lego named brands i just like building with them, but enough is enough with this childish attitude so this will be my last post on here,i will not post anymore builds or the progress with this one which will be finished with whatever building blocks i find most suitable, to quote Vinny Jones *its been emotional*