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Elizabeth . 12 gun Brig . You want one? Support my LEGO Ideas project! - - - - Making port at Brickmania 2013 My latest ship, I went for something more realistic this time (the tall masts and sails). A 12 gun trading ship, built for speed, the Interceptor from Pirates of the Caribbean inspired me here. Although I picked some other colors. She's built on old prefab hulls (3 midsections). The decks are gray because I ran out of (dark) tan :/ Wait, what's Mell Gibson doing there ? :P For those that don't know, a Brig is defined as a two-masted vessel, square rigged on both masts and the main mast (last mast) typically has a brigsail attached, also called the spanker (the trapezium-shaped sail). (If you're thinking about a joke right now I can add that the upper deck near the stern is called the poop deck ) ...Oh sorry, was it boring ? The lifeboat. And now some comparison pictures: a family picture (all the ships in this picture have been made using the same building technique). ...Engaging the Phippy Christine, better watch out for that.. eh.. brig-sail :P ...Engaging the...wait...I didn't have a name for that ship either :O Three ship sterns, let me know which one you prefer. And last but not least, engaging Farore's Wind This picture made me realize the sails of this ship are too big while those of Farore's Wind are too small... I hope you like it, I made this ship within a timespan of 2 weeks while I could have done it in a day :/ Well, it's the result that counts I guess. See ya! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Support my LEGO Ideas project! If this creation gains 10000 supporters on LEGOŽ Ideas, LEGO considers to make a real set out of it. This means you might be able to buy this in the stores!

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