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Blacksmith Shop Duel
Pirates of the Caribbean Lego! This is my entry for Lee Muzzy's 18x12 (or smaller) "Famous light-saber/sword duel contest"; a two stud overhang was permitted, which I took full advantage of in some areas of the MOC, but I made certain never to exceeded the limits. Here we have (Captain) Jack Sparrow and Will Turner dueling on the cart in the blacksmith's shop. This was a rather difficult build to do. First off, I spent hours just studying the set in the movie and then built my entry almost directly off the film; there are some tid-bits of "artistic license" here and there, but nothing drastic in anyway. It's Lego people! Of all my creations thus far, I think this MOC wins the award for "most-time-spent-on" designing and building, so I hope you all enjoy! Thanks, Ian
About this creation




Swords clash! "He's a pirate" soundtrack theme plays in background









Some pictures of the blacksmith shop set, minus the mini-figs:



The cart: This was definitely one of the hardest parts of this MOC to create. I wanted to build it just like the cart in the movie, which is five boards across, with thin raised sides. Naturally I made the Lego cart five studs across, but the raised sides were throwing me. In the end (as you can see) I just set four 1x6 flat brown pieces vertically along the sides to accomplish this feat. Next came the wheels, they were very difficult to mount, but I eventually came up with a method; however this technique required them to be friction mounted instead of solidly connected. I probably spent about thirty minutes of my photography time, trying to keep the wheels in place. Thank goodness that's done!







(Captain) Jack Sparrow mini-fig



Will Turner mini-fig



Comments

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  February 19, 2014
Wow epik so smoov no studs maby you could get them up on the planks
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  August 26, 2012
Thanks everyone!
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  October 18, 2011
SWEET!!
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  September 30, 2011
You are definetly the most underrated builder on the pages
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  September 23, 2011
I love your clean little vigs! I liked this scene in the movie and I think you captured it really well in this build! Nice work!
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  September 20, 2011
This is great and one of my favourite scenes from the movie. I can't beleive you didn't make R2 of the MO, your builds are so nice an tidy :)
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  September 20, 2011
Quoting Max Pointner Hi Ian! Just thought I'd bump you up to fifty likes. I love the doors.
Haha, thanks Max! Didn't I do that for your Princes Bride Duel too?
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  September 20, 2011
Hi Ian! Just thought I'd bump you up to fifty likes. I love the doors.
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  September 19, 2011
An amazing creation!
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  September 17, 2011
Wow! This is EPIC! I really like how smooth this moc is. The use of snot is nice too. It looks right out of the movie! 5/5
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  September 17, 2011
Sweet!!!Love it!!!
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  September 13, 2011
Lovin' it! Your creations are all so realistic with beautiful SNOT!
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  September 9, 2011
Excellent good sir. It was as if I were watching the movie.
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  August 17, 2011
Great job! Just like the movie!
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  June 30, 2011
Ian your a genus!!!!! wow wow wow 10/10
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  June 7, 2011
finely someone where making this scene, i havent even seen it before with just normal mini figs, but awesome job, im a big fan of pirates and specialy POTC 1,2,3,4. really nice details, then you can make a second vignette, with the donkey, and the swords hanging from the chain/string around the fireplace thing.
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  June 7, 2011
awesomely epic epic it looks just like in te real moive nice build :)
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  June 2, 2011
Simple, clean, yet detailed in all the good ways.
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  May 30, 2011
Accuracy: 10. Awesomeness: 10. Building techniques: 10. This may get monotonous. In short: THIS DESERVES MOC OF THE DAY!
Ian Spacek
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Mark E
  May 28, 2011
Well done I love that scene especially when they are in the rafters.
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  May 28, 2011
love all the brilliant details!
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  May 28, 2011
Ugh! This is so awesome! Where did you get the Will Turner fig? Did you buy the cannibal escape or did you bricklink the fig? Also, I love the walls, chains and flipping cart thing. SO COOL! Great work Ian!
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  May 28, 2011
Please check out the Fellowship of the Brick. you are now one of the top candidats!
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  May 28, 2011
This scene is excellent! You should use Will Turner's face for your next Legolas version... XD PS: Today I will buy my first "Pirates of the Carrebean" sets. Which would you reccomend?
Ian Spacek
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Christian H.
  May 27, 2011
It looks great, Ian!
Ian Spacek
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Lewis McAdow
  May 27, 2011
Good build!
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  May 27, 2011
You've put a lot of effort into this! Nice job!
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  May 27, 2011
Wow, Very great job! 5/5
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  May 27, 2011
Great job Ian! I hope to see lots of good POTC mocs now.
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  May 27, 2011
Very nice! Just like in the movie. :)
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  May 27, 2011
I love that scene, and your MOC is a fabulous representation of it! Hope you do well in the contest!
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  May 27, 2011
I am ridiculously impressed by your stunning devotion to an accurate reproduction of the movie set. It pays off huge. I haven't seen the film, but I can say that this scene really represents an emerging style of yours that I really like a lot! The studless tiling, the genius composition, and the attention to context and detail make me want to see it in person! Again, well done, and you definitely caught me with my jaw dropped as I read through what you did to replicate the cart! Do some more!
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  May 27, 2011
I love it, nice wagon
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  May 27, 2011
Wow Ian, the presentation is wonderful... Spectacular design.
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  May 27, 2011
Very nice representation of the scene, I like the cart
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  May 27, 2011
Nice.
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  May 27, 2011
There's really no need to apologise for using a bit of "artistic license". I love doing movie MOCs and in my opinion, it's always important to catch the essence of a scene. A 1 to 1 copy is never possible and probably boring. You put a lot of thought into your MOC (obviously) and produced a nice, clean creation.
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  May 27, 2011
Interesting, a decent enough recreation. I'm not saying I would have done it better, but artistic lighting is crucial for the perfecr recreation.
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  May 27, 2011
I love this scene
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  May 27, 2011
Amazing job! I've been waiting for someone to make this scene!
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  May 27, 2011
Do I have to see the movie to find out who wins?
 
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