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Fort Brighton East . . This is a work in progress. It is going to be a full harbor with a fortress and cathedral on one end and a prison on the other side. Here is my work thus far on the east side of the fortress, and some of the village that will be in between. here are two shots in slightly different stages, one having a beginning of the sea wall, docks and village that will be below the cathedral. A shot of the cathedral off its base. It is my favorite by far right now. I want to make the roof all light bluish gray, but I do not have enough tiles. I love the stained glass. There is more stained glass on the back side of the cathedral as well. A shot with the fortress and the a store house in between. The first shot below is the same as the first shot on the page. The balconies and the crane on the fortress are my favorite parts here. I have updated a few parts on the fortress so you can see a few shots that are a little older than others... as you can see the fortress base still uses a lot of the old Fort Brighton look, like the boat entrance under the fortress. A shot of a few houses that were originally to be in the village protected by the fortress. These are now being scrapped in favor of some better, more matures designs. See my Village Houses MOCs for their replacements. This will be the main dock/crane at the docks of Fort Brighton. They are inspired by the PotC:tCotBP docks at Port Royale A shot of the work room right now including my flagship, the Phantom. This is a bit of an older shot- notice the Cathedral is missing the stained glass on the near side, the fortress doesn't have the finished flag and there is no begining of the village at the base of the cathedral.


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