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Singapore Junk
This singapore junk was highly influenced by the Hai Peng from pirates of the caribbean at worlds end, and it was originally going to be the hai peng until I realized that it wasn't long enough and I didn't have the pieces to make it larger. So, the only main difference between this and the hai peng is size, obviously, and that the hai peng has 3 masts were this only has 2. The cabin area and some minor details on the ship may not be accurate because there is very little information or pictures on the internet about the hai peng. I hope to some day make an accurate model of the hai peng, but for now I guess I'll have to settle for this. Also, I didn't have to take apart my other 3 ships to build this, so I now have 4 ships built!
About this creation



The anchor.











Barbossa as TLC made him.

My custom Elizabeth minifig.

My custom Marty minifig.





Sebeus I's lantern technique.

Sebeus I's lantern technique again.



The bow.

Inside the cabin area.

No figs.

Inside the hold which is located underneath the main mast.

I hope you like my junk ship and please leave a comment or criticism.

Thanks,
Ben



Comments

 I like it 
  April 14, 2013
This ship is JUNK!! JK lol. A very nice ship! I haven't seen the third movie yet but it is still a very good looking ship.
 I like it 
  October 18, 2011
Splendid!
 I like it 
  October 18, 2011
Awesome!
 I made it 
  September 27, 2011
After recently re-watching at worlds end I realized that I built the steering mechanism wrong. I built a wheel and in the movie it is steered with a tiller.
 I made it 
  September 20, 2011
Quoting Max Pointner I love it! I'm not sure if I could do something like this. Although I haven't seen the movie, certainly looks sweet. I love the music for that film though.
I agree, the music is awesome! You should watch the other movies when you get the chance.
 I like it 
  September 20, 2011
I love it! I'm not sure if I could do something like this. Although I haven't seen the movie, certainly looks sweet. I love the music for that film though.
 I like it 
  September 3, 2011
Nice.
 I made it 
  August 31, 2011
Quoting Sebeus I Nicely done, I like how you placed the anchor on the ship, the most recognizable detail from the movie I think, I like the red and green lamp, don't think ships had those in that time though :P However, it is a legal ship now :P Good job on the small cover in the middle of the ship. The costum hull is great too, especially near the stern, it has a great curve there. Well done
I wasn't sure about the lanterns either but I saw a picture of it from the movie and it had a red lantern on one side, and since I origanally was making it like the movie I added that. So either the researchers for potc messed up, or maybe the ship has a red lantern on both sides.
 I like it 
  August 31, 2011
Nicely done, I like how you placed the anchor on the ship, the most recognizable detail from the movie I think, I like the red and green lamp, don't think ships had those in that time though :P However, it is a legal ship now :P Good job on the small cover in the middle of the ship. The costum hull is great too, especially near the stern, it has a great curve there. Well done
 I like it 
  August 30, 2011
I like the arched middle section, it's my favorite detail.
 I like it 
  August 29, 2011
Cool. I don't get what junk ships are for, but it's still cool.
 
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