A 24 gunned pirate hunting frigate under the command of Captain Mumford.
Now with sails and anchors. Someday I'll finish sewing the rest of the sails and get to that interior.
About this creation
I used the Dauntless from the first "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie as reference for the stern (there's a great shot of it when Jack and Will climb up the back). I also used a book called "Stephen Biesty's Cross-Sections Man-Of-War" (Amazon.com)/url> which was based on the HMS Victory. It's full of valuable information.
Anchors confiscated from the DUPLO pirates. They were the first to be hunted down and brought to justice.
Wait, before I comment, I need to pick-up my jaws! LOL!
I like it
November 13, 2011
This has to be the best HMS `galleon` Moc I`ve ever seen !!!>>.....beautiful build, fabulous shape particularly with the bulbous galleon sides, and what a rear end !...lashings of yellow/gold trim !>....very well done.
I love the design of this ship, it gives a feeling of power on the sea, yet at the same time a look of elegance and beauty. I have recently become interested in making one for myself and a new pirate idea that no one else has ever done. I know this is a strange way to go about things but I was wondering if you knew a place where I could acquire the brown pirate bottom pieces. I have the black ones from the time traveler set but they're not as wide as the brown ones. I await for you reply, -Gage
Breath-taking. Lego sailing vessels of this size are always some of my favorite MOCs. You did a great job on this one, and the rear of the forecastle/captains quarters is spot-on. Great job, and keep it up!