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British Carribean Port
This is a vingette of a British Carribean Port. As you can see is is almost entirely studless. It took around 24 hours to build. Keep in mind I am estimating so bear with me people. Credit for the amazing thatched roof design goes to Blake Baer. Thanks Blake!
About this creation


Side view.



Birds eye view.



A view of the other side.



The Admiral is working hard to plot a course to Port Royal.



This is the bottom level of the Admiral's House.



This is the building with the awesome thatched roof design by Blake Baer. Thanks Blake!



Bottom level of the second building.



This is the Captain who is enjoying the smell of flowers, the fresh ocean breeze, and swatting the occasional mosquito.



Heheh. I couldent resist making an attic.



This is the cheese and fish vendor.



And likewise the apple and banana vendor.



The big, studly sailors are unloading a new shipmeent of apples.



Heheh. Fishing.



This is the Old Salt who is begging for a spare pound or two.



Notice the ivey. Heheh



Street Views.



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Comments

  November 23, 2009
I LOVE the building with the thatched roof. I especially like the cheese and fish stand. :-D
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  November 23, 2009
Nice :-D
  September 5, 2009
And it is "Caribbean" not "Carribean" why people always write it wrong anyway moc is still great...
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  September 5, 2009
Fantastic- i don't prefer snot creations but at least there are some studs so it is no prob-(I have nothing against snot i just don't like studhaters...) I love the way you did the roof with hands- i may use same idea in my upcoming port -thanks...
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  August 15, 2009
Amazing!!! Everything looks great! The dock is awesome as well as the thatched roof and the SNOT water/sand. Keep building because your creations get better and better!
Jack Bittner
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  August 11, 2009
This is really cool! The road tiles look fine, and the little three story tower is the best part. Maybe you expand on this diorama a bit and add a small cannon battery or something. Still excellent work all around.
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  August 10, 2009
I don't know... I think it sort of looks really cool having the rotated look sort of makes it look well used and old. I still can not get over How well you did this though.
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  August 9, 2009
Quoting Blake Baer Wow That is really good SNOT work on the water and sand. Did you connect the road pieces or were those just placed on. Oh and your welcome for the thatched roof design. Keep up the sick work.~Blake~
Thanks! and yes, they are connected, but unfortunatly they can rotate which is very annoying...
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  August 9, 2009
Wow That is really good SNOT work on the water and sand. Did you connect the road pieces or were those just placed on. Oh and your welcome for the thatched roof design. Keep up the sick work.~Blake~
 
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