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Now Captain Redbeard is
captured. That will might give some peace in the Caribbean…. Or will it?…
The background for this fortress
is my childhood love for the LEGO
Pirates Series.After I was one of two to build a huge pirate display at Skærbæk
Fan Weekend 2019, I felt it was time to take on my Lego Ideas project
again. I could feel the love for the pirate theme from the LEGO community
for real when I met people in Skærbæk. Also online on facebook I could feel the
hunger for more sets/mocs/builds/dioramas from the Caribbean Sea. So I went home and started on the project
again. So I'm pretty sure that it will make a great set after I'v recived so much positive feedback.
Its “handcrafted” with no
digital help. So I’m building and trying something,. Then looking at it for
some days. and then making some corrections. Also in the last minute I
made a correction.
Just before I was going to the
photographer, I had the honour to meet Niels Milan Pedersen,. One of the
founding fathers of the pirates-series. This gave me the opportunity to hear
all the stories from the past. So cool. Therefore, on the fortress I paid a little tribute to him… Go find it. ☺
Numbers of bricks : 2800.