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  1. Santa's Rudolph Mech. Useful for deep snow and hard to reach chimneys More pictures on Instagram Instructions on Rebrickable.
  2. kritch

    [CONTEST] Return of the Classic Pirates - WINNERS

    Well done everybody, The 4 sets look great together in the top image, and thanks to @Mister Phes for organising it There were lots of great entries If anyone wants to build King Kahuka's Outrigger Boat the instructions are avaliable here for free, Rebrick wouldn't let me add a discount code to make my premium builds free, but for the next week if anyone here also wants instructions for those, send me a message here and I will send you a PDF copy.
  3. Thanks very much, I don't quite believe it, I won't celebrate until the official announcement is made (there seems to be a lot of chat in the voting thread), I felt sure you were going to win. Well done on coming 2nd, Sloop Windy is definitely a set I would have liked to see as a kid. I've just download your very nicely produced instructions from Rebrickable
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    Main Building Category Caribbean Shipyard by Cincinnati Short Pork Island by Yogginton The Lost Lagoon by The Brick Stop Saber Island 2023 by TomSkippy 6279 Skull Island - Remake by MyFirstMOC-Hun Mini Set Building Category Fortune Idol by Oky Treasure Island by Oky Sloop Windy by Marooned Marin Hidden Cache by LetsBrick 1872 Imperial Guard Camp by Thewatchman
  5. I've made some of the suggested changes, not sure if I'll change the offical entry, but I thought I'd put it here for people to see. I also realised that I hadn't used the offical King kahuka in my first Build New on the left
  6. 4 = 1 point 8 = 1 point 12 = 1 point
  7. 12 = 1 point 13 = 2 points
  8. 04 - 1 point 06 - 1 point 18 - 1 point
  9. I hadn't thought of that, unfortunately I don't have any in brown, just tried red and it might look too narrow. I will leave it for a bit and see if it grows on me. Thanks
  10. Yes, I struggle with my lighting setup and the Scottish weather doesn't produce much natural light unfortunately. I took lots of photos and lightened them in photoshop, and this one was the most natural I could get (believe it or not that is a blue background). I will just have to pretend he's out for a dusk fishing trip. Thanks for the suggestions, I do tend to go for muted colours and a limited pallet, but I have switched these out on my model to see how it looks. At the moment I'm not sure, the extra red and white seem to make the King's mask too prominent. If I get time I will try to take some photos of this more classic colour variant. Although I will take the opportunity to link to one of my most colourful builds (although the picture itself is still dark Yes this bothers me too. Some of the Polynesian outrigger boats I was using as reference have a little upright on the prow, and I wanted to do something like that, but the symmetrical SNOT design limited what I could do. I tried 1x1 tiles but that produced an even harder edge. Thanks for the constructive feedback everyone, it's very much appreciated
  11. Thanks for the nice comments everyone. I've just added instructions to Rebrickable if you are intrested.
  12. An entry to the category 1 of the Mini Set competition. It uses 44 pieces. Although thinking about it now it's probably not very classic in its styling. I should have made it red, but I didn't have the right pieces I'll leave it here anyway
  13. This is great, so many details to enjoy, with the Anubis jar being one of the best
  14. Yes, you might be right, in my memory Adventurers was more fantastical that it actually was. My thinking was Dr. Kilroy was able to adapt whatever technology he mastered for this and scale it up.