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Mechanical pirateship II . the body dies but the soul is eternal... . ...Atleast that what Christians, Muslims and many other religieus folks believe, I just think it fits the description of my newest creation ;) This is my new technic ship, you need to see following video to appreciate it: this is basically old technic ship with a new exterior, here's a picture of the old one: And a picture of the "inner workings" The coolest thing about all technics in this ship is that you don't see any of them. There are two buttons coming out of the stern holes and two pnuematic cilinders in the bow, everything in between them has been hidden under the deck. Because all features are pretty much the same like the previous version I'll move on to the new exterior right away: Side view, the masts are a bit on the short side... Comparison with my spanish sloop. I have been experimenting with more technic systems to include in pirateships. I don't want to brag or anything but I can tell you I'm talking about unique features here, never seen before :) I'm planning a guide to mechanizing pirate ships, just need to find a good way to present. It's funny that I used to want to post my mocs right away all the time but now, years later I simply even forget to post some creations... Did I become lazy or more modest ?


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