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WIP Fort Monck
Fort Monk is massive and when complete will serve as the main fort for the Port of Brick Royal. It sits on 15 48x48 plates
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Here is my latest creation. I have been working on it for some time.



Comments

  December 30, 2010
wow thats awesome. cant wait till its finished.
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  December 15, 2010
Cool! :O
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  December 15, 2010
Cool! :O
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  December 15, 2010
Cool! :O
Commodore Hornbricker
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Manthan Dutta
  October 19, 2010
Excellent work, can't wait to see i finished.
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  December 23, 2009
Quoting Mark Legorski Amazing, you're still working on it though, cause I'm hoping for more WIP shots, this will and must get attention on Mocpages.
Thanks. I haven't worked on Monck in a while. I will finish it though. I have it all nicely stored in boxes while I build a table for the port itself. It is currently much more complete than in the original WIP pictures. Probably you'll see an update on Monck in the next two weeks.
Commodore Hornbricker
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Mark Legorski
  December 18, 2009
Amazing, you're still working on it though, cause I'm hoping for more WIP shots, this will and must get attention on Mocpages.
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  September 1, 2009
Quoting Steve Michael I really dig those angles on the walls! What technique did you use to make it slope like that? I can't wait to see the finished product. :)
If you look at the last picture that should give you a pretty good idea. The outer walls are built with 1x2 with 75 degree slopes at the edges. The walls are just leaning back against the support you can see in the picture. The you just put a brick at the base to pin in the bottom of the wall (the grey you can see in the picture). Then when you put the top on you overhang it by a brick and then add a prick or a plate to the bottom of the overhang to keep the top of the wall pinned in place. That's it.
  August 31, 2009
I really dig those angles on the walls! What technique did you use to make it slope like that? I can't wait to see the finished product. :)
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  August 13, 2009
Very big!
 
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