I begin to understand how to make realistic water detail! Put blue plates until you get 2 studs from the shore and put white plates for 1 stud and then vary between angled bricks 1x1 and white plates. Brilliant!
Hi Luke, This is really amazing! Incredible details & funny spots. Nice constructions like the rounded walls, etc. Something you can watch for hours! Is it a stand alone MOC or is it a module that can be added to others?
I'm surprised nothing of yours has made MOTD, or hast it? I wouldn't know. Any way... if I haven't said this before I LOVE your walls, both inside and out. And there is so much detail in the landscape, as well as everywhere else! =)
WOW!!!!! THAT IS SO TOTALLY AWSOME. YOU ARE THE BEST LANDSCAPE/MEDIVAL BUILDING BUILDER EVER!!!! the building is great, the landscape is great, the detail is great, the minifigs are great,the shore line is again,GREAT! did I mention it's great? do you make vehicles? AWSOME MOC!!!!!
Thanks for all the great comments. Mr swashbuckler, yes you are right, but to be honest i wasnt ment to write 17th century on this moc, but on the pirate folder that holds all my pirate mocs. Although i should call it 17th/18th century. I keep thinking of the 1700's and thinking its the 17th century, but its not, 1700's are of course the 18th century. I shall change it. Thanks for comments!
Btw i spotted a problem- there is ship's wheel but you said it is 17th century- there usually were no wheels in the 17th century ships :P- LOL i'm not serious this is a great moc and wheel is just a classic way to steer the ship, but it really were not in common use before 1703 or so... maybe i'm just jealous of your studs XD
This is an excellent Moc. The wealth of detail astounds me. I particularly like the wall elements and the rocks surrounding that great tavern. Sore fingers or not, I'm gonna have to get back into building! I truly believe this is a contender for Moc of the year if such classification exists.
Great job as always, but all of your mocs are in the same theme. Why don't you try to branch out into different themes/categories of building. I'm sure all of us would like to see a little more variety. :)