This Lego built paddle steamship was launched from Southampton in 1839,is a courier ship,design for the Atlantic run,ferrying small cargoes between Europe and the Americas and then on to Africa,Quickfeather has the average speed of 12 knots under steam and 15 under sail and steam.
This is not a real ship!
About this creation
the front sticky outy thing(any suggestions for its real name)
One of the Duel paddles
The central cabin, which houses the ships weel
A cannon hatch
The Rear mast
The main mast with all 3 sails unfurled to catch the wind.
The Ship,head on.
The Bow cannon deck.
Although she was built a cargo ship,she was armed with 8 12 pounder cannons, encase of pirates so she was given 2 cannon decks each one contained 4 cannons and could be manned by only 2 men to a cannon,cutting down costs and ships compliment.
The stern cannon deck
A birds eye view with the cannon hatches open
A side view of the cannons revealed
The ships side,
The hatch to the lower decks
The inside of the cabin
The ships wheel
A keg of grog keeps the sailors warm on a cold night.
The top of the boiler which is located below decks
a musket encase of boarders
The ships anchor,yeah it needs improving
The Featherlight is lossy based of the real steam ship,SS Sirius,here it is...
And here is mine,so what do you think?
Rate and comment if the mood strikes you down,if not meh.
The design is a bit rough but she looks well-equiped, nicely done
I like it
Mechmadicus Prime .(A.K.A S.T.S)
July 22, 2011
Hey Zac! I need you to see my Strategy Plan in the WT/CF Strategy Group, ok? Because I need yours and Dues' approval. Because Kyle Peckham likes my plan a lot. And so I need you to see it and see if we could use it! Its in the CF/WT Alliance Topic.Please reply to it!
July 22, 2011
The pole is named "bowsprit". 1) I don't like the blockiness and the inevitable exposed studs. It seems you tries to build a big MOC, but didn't have all the right pieces for it (mainly slopes and tiles). 2) There was nothing really new or innovative (except for the "side propulsion", as Deus called it). Nothing really clever or interesting, although it seems you've put a lot of effort into it. Sorry for the bluntness. 3) I usually don't find any use to normal bricks in MOCs except for the invisible support or walls. 4) Not your best, IMO. It's pretty much "quantity of quality". Not many details. Again, I'm sorry for being so blunt, but I want to be honest.
That's a great ship, you've made her, Zac! With a really cool presentation, we can see every details you wanted to show us! I'm impressed!
No offending, but your vessel is more massive, and a bit blocky, for the original you wanted to represent.
With your turtle, you've once again made one of your best MOCs! ;-)
5, 5, and 5!!!