My new battleship, a fast three master.
Built using my own technique I used earlier on the Elizabeth (3 midsections) and the Christine (4 midsections).
The Beatrix' hull is a 5 midsection ship.
Interesting fact, these three ships are named after three sisters in my family, so they kind of really are sister-ships.
After this one I intend to focus on larger, costum hull-based ships.
I hope you like it.
See more at Eurobricks.
As well as the WIP thread incase you want to know more about the buidling proces.
As usual the capstan can be used to haul up the anchors (both port and starboard anchor at the same time).
I didn't bother to make a video though, I've made plenty for my previous ships.
Some interior pictures:
The candles in the cabin really light up.
I had to dismantle my old frigate Farore's wind in the proces unfortunatly.
I wasn't sure to post my latest creation here as I'm not very active here at mocpages anyway.
Yet I feel an urge to keep my pirate folder here up to date ;)
What a beautiful ship! I love how you made the aft cabin area. The use of the wings upside down for decoration was just brilliant! I like the interior details. The lanterns are pure genius . I love the shot looking at the ship through the scope very nice effect . Most impressive work!
She's a beauty, Sebeus! Lovely colors and details throughout. The rigging is very impressive, what material did you use for those sails? The interior looks great as well, and I love how you used the wings above the windows to the captains cabin. Brilliant part usage there.
Yup, this is awesome! This is why you are one of the best shipbuilders on MOCpages! Really amazing detailed work here! I especially like the parts usage of the flying mummy wings on the back! Perfectly done and marvelous job! 5/5! :-) Oh yes and please keep posting your MOCs! MOCpages needs you! :-)
She's a real beauty!! Now I don't know if it's intentional, but the photos look a bit misty and it's giving the ship an almost mysterious feel, but otherwise it looks amazing in the blue&white scheme, and the beige sails (are they custom?) really suit it. The glowing lanterns on the table are my favourite detail, it's a tiny thing that adds a lot to a creation, but this one is marvelous even without that.