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Blacksmith Shop Duel . Pirates of the Caribbean Lego! This is my entry for Lee Muzzy's 18x12 (or smaller) "Famous light-saber/sword duel contest"; a two stud overhang was permitted, which I took full advantage of in some areas of the MOC, but I made certain never to exceeded the limits. Here we have (Captain) Jack Sparrow and Will Turner dueling on the cart in the blacksmith's shop. This was a rather difficult build to do. First off, I spent hours just studying the set in the movie and then built my entry almost directly off the film; there are some tid-bits of "artistic license" here and there, but nothing drastic in anyway. It's Lego people! Of all my creations thus far, I think this MOC wins the award for "most-time-spent-on" designing and building, so I hope you all enjoy! Thanks, Ian . Swords clash! "He's a pirate" soundtrack theme plays in background Some pictures of the blacksmith shop set, minus the mini-figs: The cart: This was definitely one of the hardest parts of this MOC to create. I wanted to build it just like the cart in the movie, which is five boards across, with thin raised sides. Naturally I made the Lego cart five studs across, but the raised sides were throwing me. In the end (as you can see) I just set four 1x6 flat brown pieces vertically along the sides to accomplish this feat. Next came the wheels, they were very difficult to mount, but I eventually came up with a method; however this technique required them to be friction mounted instead of solidly connected. I probably spent about thirty minutes of my photography time, trying to keep the wheels in place. Thank goodness that's done! (Captain) Jack Sparrow mini-fig Will Turner mini-fig


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