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  1. yanwilma

    City Gate

    Thx, I'm a nostalgic person, it was a few decennia's ago that I build something from the classic castle set. So for me it was a trip to memory lane.
  2. yanwilma

    City Gate

    Thx GeoBrick for your kind words. The poor rat has an exit, don't worry see the picture below . About the prisoner, there is a door, you can find other pictures on my flickr-account I find a picture of the anderlecht Gate at a book. published for Brussels and is about the history of Brussels. so we know that every city gate, including the laeken and leuvense etc, had a drawbridge, portcullis and prison originally it has a roof and is a bit bigger, but I don't have that many bricks P1170288 by wouter de smedt, on Flickr
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    City Gate

    thx for the kind words AV_Guy, glad you like it. thx al lot for your kind words. I based my moc on the Anderlechtse Cate in Brussels. and in that time there were no rocks in the water, the water stands still and was algae green, it was a moat and not a river. But you are right,it's a little bit to same. Next time I will try something else Thx for your kind words Grover, I think I made a mistake and posted it wrong, I hope that someone will make it right soon. I had the same feeling when I saw at first the rounded 1x2 plates. I am also happy with the results of the rounding, so I'm going to use them more.
  4. yanwilma

    MOC: Boulevard des Lumières

    wow, very well done! not only the interior is beautifully detailed but also the exterior is beautifully finished. For me personally worth a front page. congratulations and keep on brickin
  5. yanwilma

    City Gate

    hey everyone, this represents a city gate. I have provided them with a gate and drawbridge, prisson and wallcarpets. I hope you like it , for me it was fun to build. C&C always are welcome P1170237 by wouter de smedt, on Flickr P1170229 by wouter de smedt, on Flickr P1170260 by wouter de smedt, on Flickr P1170257 by wouter de smedt, on Flickr P1170271 by wouter de smedt, on Flickr
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    [MOC] HMS Surprise

    wow....Congratulations on your wonderful work !!
  7. yanwilma

    [WIP] - HMS Providence - 34 gun frigate

    hi robin IV ... don't care about the money, when i was 21 i had only dreamed and realized nothing. and you have already realized something pretty good. when you get older, money won't be the problem maybe ... but time. believe me !! you can always make fragments such as a gunport with crew or a section of the bow. a small moc can certainly be as beautiful as a large one. good luck
  8. yanwilma

    Galleon Esperanza

    I agree with the neighborhood merchant, the details on the stern and the galleries are very well worked out and the colors fit together nicely. It is a very beautiful vessel
  9. yanwilma

    [GoC] 14 Gun Brig HMS Ymir

    wow, very nice and the rigging is done very nicely, not to mention the sails !!
  10. whow this looks already amazing. Sometimes it is for the best to but something away for a while to restart fresh. Like always it will be great and impressive, there's no doubt about that! Good look and courage.
  11. yanwilma

    Flying Dutchman

    Wow a great building. I once saw your previous ship in the real and I was blown away!!! and this looks even better!! congratulations!
  12. yanwilma

    [WIP] - HMS Providence - 34 gun frigate

    wow, that looks beautiful. your gun gates of 2 x 2 show the ship bigger ... but in proportion I think that 3 x 3 is more correct. and I think the anchor is also very nice but too small compared to the ship. if you are going to build it in real bricks you might see the difference better. but that is no criticism at all and I am already looking forward to seeing that beautiful ship in real bricks. oh yeah and I used about the same chain plate iron on my next model, we apparently had the same idea! as a ship lover I can recommend a book ..historsche schiffsmodelle of w. zu Mondfeld. good luck with building!
  13. yanwilma

    English 3th rate Agamemnon minifig scale

    oops sorry too late! I only have the front section, the rest is already worked up in a different keel, but English is not my mother tongue and I do not always express myself well, I opted for a late 18th century model because it seemed 'easier' to build. now I have started an early 17th century model, which gives other challenge and it seems to me more difficult to build...
  14. yanwilma

    English 3th rate Agamemnon minifig scale

    thx it was based on the hms agamemnon,a english 3 rate vessel from arround 1800 the intention was to make a wooden model, I had done this once many years ago. but to see works by arjan oude kotte he is a real legoartist, and since I always built lego in my childhood, I chose to build it. it is quite easy to make, the decks are fairly flat and there is no woodwork such as on ships of the 17th century books from, among other things, stephen bietsty's cross-section man of war or historische schiffmodelle from w. zu mondfeld wil help you a lot good luck and bricking