SheepBlubber

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  1. SheepBlubber

    MOC: Le Fleuron, 1729 third rate French ship of the line.

    Do you make the netting for your rigging yourself or do you buy it from somewhere?
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    USS Poseidon - Minifig Scale First Rate Ship of the Line

    I probably shouldn't ask this but roughly how many pieces have you used so far and how much did it all cost?
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    Caribbean Fort

    Hi, This is a combination of the 1989 Eldorado Fortress and the 1992 Imperial Trading Post. The right half of the MOC is loosely based off the Imperial trading Post with the exemption of the tower which is my own version of the tower from the 2009 Soldier's Fort. The left half of the MOC is a modded Eldorado Fortress. I docked my trading ship on the right side to add a little zing to the MOC. Any feedback is welcome and the are more pictures on my Flickr. IMG_3952 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr IMG_3953 IMG_3954 IMG_3955 IMG_3958
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    Whaling Xebec

    Hi, I based this ship off the fictional whaling ship "Essex" from the movie "In the Heart of the Sea" and the "Colour of the Wind" by Legostone https://www.flickr.com/photos/legostone/. The colour scheme and the fact that the ship is a whaler were based of the "Essex" but the ship itself is based off the "Colour of the Wind". Xebecs were ships used pretty much only in the Mediterranean as either pirate or trading ships and there are no examples of them being used as whaling ships meaning that this ship is slightly unrealistic. Any feedback is appreciated and there are more photos on my Flickr. IMG_3942 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr IMG_3943 IMG_3945 IMG_3946 IMG_3947 IMG_3948 by
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    Redbeard and Polly adrift

    IMG_3939 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr IMG_3940 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr
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    HMS Caroline

    Hi, This was my first ever Pirate MOC. She took me about 8 months to build and I still wouldn't consider her finished. She still need her sails and rigging and I am constantly making small changes to her. She is a brig in terms of her sails but her structure is more "galleonesque" in my opinion. She was built not focusing on realism but more on looks and playability. Her interior is not as finely detailed as her exterior and I was sloppy on the colouring (grey floors) but I did throw in things like desks and beds in the Captains cabin and weapon racks in the gun deck. As with my previous MOC i welcome all feedback and will post an update once she has her sails and rigging. IMG_3912 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr IMG_3907 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr IMG_3914 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr IMG_3921 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr Here you can see how the decks separate: IMG_3923 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr The Captains Cabin: IMG_3924 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr IMG_3927 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr Where the Captains Cabin Module goes: IMG_3931 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr IMG_3932 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr The Second Captains Cabin (below the main cabin): IMG_3930 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr The Gun Deck: IMG_3928 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr The Crew: IMG_3934 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr
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    Trading Ship

    Hi, This is my second ever sailboat MOC. She is a simple little Topsail Schooner although she doesn't have her sails, rigging or a name yet. I will be posting more pictures when she is finished and until then I welcome any and all feedback. More photos on Flickr IMG_3901 by SheepBlubber, on Flickr