Great remake of the 6277 Imperial Trading Post built by NewRight. He had done a great job with lots of detail improvements. However, I must say that he forgot to build one storehouse with a crane at the top. Nevertheless the MOC is just awesome!!!
Posts Tagged ‘Port’
I’ll announce my returning to writing with this awesome seaport by pif500. The small boat it’s a beauty, the jail with a hole in the roof, the details of the buildings, but for me, the cherry in the top of the cake is the bell’s support in the top of the white church.
Zack Milenius (aka NewRight) presented a cool MOC of a classic battle between the Colony Soldiers and Pirates. The rocks and fort’s wall follow very good construction techniques in addition to other small details such as the pile of wood and the small boat’s water-trail. But also has some strange and uncommon features… Why did he place the cannons randomly through the wall? I like the cannons but I can’t understand why he place them like this. At first I thought that were enemy fire hitting the wall but then… And why the pirate is rowing backwards?
These small and uncommon features almost stopped me of posting this MOC, but I really liked the overall design and the other good details. Plus, the construction technique of the wall is great and deserves to be publicized.
See more pictures here.
Swash buckler built a nice and uncommon Indian trading post. The buildings are nicely integrated into the Indian architecture, the daily tasks of the natives and English settlers turns the construction very dynamic but I still think that the MOC wins by the originality of the chosen theme.
Read more about the MOC at MOCPages.
A new entry by Derfel Cadarn of a great colonial village. The buildings have great details, which one with its own architectural style.
See more pictures at flickr.
I have found an interesting fortress made by Slyowl on Brickshelf where he applies very cool techniques. Look how he managed the curved walls. It’s an amazing idea. I also liked the way he made the streetlamps and some of the details in the interior.
You must see the other photos of this great work on brickshelf.