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My first proper pirate MOC! (I think!) So basically, this pirate ship has just defeated this other pirate ship, and they are deserting the defeated pirate captain on a desert island :)
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I've been trying to make the most of what I have, hence the water technique, the sail, and I also tried using an edge around my base, which turned out really well! :D

I reckon this may be my best build yet! :D

I hope you all enjoyed, I sure did!

God bless you all!

~Tim~



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The Timinater !
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Emerald Knight
  March 3, 2013
some Fun lego !>.....well done
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  March 3, 2013
awesome
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  March 1, 2013
This is pretty cool! I love the boat's shape, but I'm not sure I like the water too much. Its good, but its not my preferred water... But that's my opinion, and no doubt it does look good to most MOCpagers. Great work!
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  March 1, 2013
I don't like the water, because I think it's a little bit too rough, but other than that this is great! Excellent ship!
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  February 28, 2013
Great work, definitely your best creation.
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  February 27, 2013
Spectacular build Tim!!!
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  February 26, 2013
A very good build you have here mate the water looks good and like the small islands containing excellent rock-work! and love the overall smoothness of the boat!
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  February 26, 2013
Quoting Timothy Wallace Wow! This looks really cool! The big SNOTed ship looks amazing! The small one is a little messy though(with the jagged edges). The rock work and water technique look great! The border is a little weird with all of the flags(kinda crowded ya know?). A great build anyways!
thanks a lot! yeah, I know, I was just playing around, and I actually used a staircase for it's base... also, I just ran out of pieces... cheers for the C&C!
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  February 26, 2013
Well done, Chief! Looks like that defeated captain is out of luck!
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  February 26, 2013
Wow! This looks really cool! The big SNOTed ship looks amazing! The small one is a little messy though(with the jagged edges). The rock work and water technique look great! The border is a little weird with all of the flags(kinda crowded ya know?). A great build anyways!
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  February 26, 2013
so, you either love the water, or you hate it. if I had done any other technique for the water, it just wouldn't work - I just don't have the pieces...
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  February 26, 2013
I really like the SNOT work on the ship! That sail technique is awesome :D
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  February 26, 2013
That ship really is lovely.
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  February 26, 2013
Lovely work Tim! Some fascinating SNOT-work on that ship. :)
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  February 26, 2013
the rocks make it look a bit crammed with the water technique and ship, but, it also give it a sense of action, especially if you keep making me drink from that bottle, is it 'grapes'? I won t see the rifts soo good if I keep at it, lol, nicely done tim!
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  February 26, 2013
Waters meh- its an old technique now, and this looks to rough. Sails cool though, you must have a lot of the older castle sets! Boarder looks nice but the flags, while loreesi, are slightly crowded looking.
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  February 26, 2013
that's good... i love it, when you can see something new on MOCpages! the "watertechnic" is funny, great and genius! and the ship is done very well!
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  February 26, 2013
I understand pats limitations, but the water technique doesn't work for me. Can you connect them a bit more, or make them more level? Great job otherwise, I love the ship.
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  February 26, 2013
Intresting. Very intresting... I really like your complete SNOT hull, and your little SNOT boat. They look terrific, Especialy combined with your rather unorthodox sea. Awesome job.
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  February 26, 2013
Cheers, all! So, to summurise, you love the sail, and the boat, the figs are good, there's not enough space (I used my largest base, so I tried)(yeah, maybe I shouldn't have added that large rock)(yeah, I know the base took up a lot of space, but it was the only possible way I could get a base. also, I thought all the coour added to the moc.), the water is too rough... yeah, well, seas aren't flat, even near islands! I tried to make it realistic... also, yes, I should have put the white peices on top... so thanks for all the C&C guys!
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  February 26, 2013
Wow Tim! This is an Awesome Pirate Moc. Love the ship and the rocky island. Plus that black pirate with the werewolf chest is just brillant! :P
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  February 25, 2013
This is awesome, this inspires me to do some pirate MOCs.
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  February 25, 2013
The ship looks really good, neat PU on the sails as well. I have to agree with the other comments, the water looks too choppy, and the MOC is a bit crowded. The crowding could probably be reduced by taking out that extra section of rock (that is jutting out of the sea) and rotating the ship into the freed up space. Overall a really neat build, Tim!
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  February 25, 2013
Nice! Love the boat in particular, that sail design's sweet!
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  February 25, 2013
Thats one sweet build! I cant say I am a huge fan of your water technique, a bit chaotic for me, but hey its your style ;). That ship is magnificent though, I love that sail technique. A very creative build awesome work!
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  February 25, 2013
I love your technique for the ship! Even though you say you don't have a large collection I think you tied the entire build together. I like how the water turned out too. I've tried something like it before using just slopes to make choppy water, but it was nowhere near as cool as yours. I think flat water looks a little funny as most water has waves in it. I also like your work on the rocks. Awesome build!
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  February 25, 2013
Although it's rather popular, black doesn't have to be the border, but now, you can move it around and not worry so much about the loose bricks. It's a little crazy, but really well done. I don't think I have enough of those types of flag pieces to make a sail, but I have some of the old 90s pirate sails at my disposal so who needs a bunch of small flags? :P
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  February 25, 2013
Nice! But I do agree with the water,kinda looks messy.
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  February 25, 2013
Wow, very cool build Tim! The pirate ship is really awesome, I'm loving the various levels of the deck and the flag :) Compositionally this build is attractive, though more space between the ship and island would be nice. Great figs in there, too! But considering how compact the components of this build are, I think the colourful details on the base are a bit much. If it was a simple black base with maybe a few small details on the corners or on the middle of the sides, it would be much cleaner. Also the water isn't quite there. This water technique is fine, but you have to position the white foam pieces a bit more coherently, and it looks a bit choppy. They're right next to an island, don't you think the water would be quite calm? Despite these things, this is a really nice overall build. I enjoyed admiring all the little details. Great job Tim!
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  February 25, 2013
The boat is excellent, the rocks are nice, but the water makes it all seem a bit chaotic. '~'
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  February 25, 2013
Sweet ship! Nice island as well!
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  February 25, 2013
Really good! Nice ship; the water is a bit weird though. X3
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  February 25, 2013
Nice Boat!
 
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