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Scottish Claymore
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Life-sized historically accurate replica of the Scottish Claymore. I really worked hard on this, and am extremely pleased with the result!
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MOCmaster
2 months ago
WoW!
Yours looks way fancier than mine, and way more accurate!
I love the ring and how you connected them!
Shipmaster
2 months ago
Aww thanks MM! I went with the historical approach, but you went with the aesthetics! of the two, yours is waaay cooler, but I appreciate it!
AmyOak
2 months ago
Beautiful
AABuilds
2 months ago
That's so awesome!
AmyOak
2 months ago
Did you two deliberatly both build swords at the same time or was this a coincidence?
Shipmaster
2 months ago
we challenged each other to make them
AmyOak
2 months ago
It was a good idea
Shipmaster
2 months ago
well thanks! OP is also working on one, and if you're so inclined, MM and I are doing Viking axes next...
AmyOak
2 months ago
Ive got covid and have to self iscolate for nearly 2 weeks so ive got plenty of time so i might do yeah
Shipmaster
2 months ago
ouch. I hope you recover!
AmyOak
2 months ago
Thanks, i appreciate it, I feel aweful but on the bright side it gives me more time for this kinda thing
Shipmaster
2 months ago
hahaha that's the spirit!
AmyOak
2 months ago
So viking axes? anything more specific than that? or do i just go with creative liberty?
AmyOak
2 months ago
Congrats on getting featured btw
AmyOak
2 months ago
Pretty normal for you at this point though tbh
Shipmaster
2 months ago
hahaha the first time I got featured I was so excited I called everyone I knew right then.... Now i just smile a little... alas, things have changed XD
AmyOak
2 months ago
"suffering from success"
justyouraveragebuilder
2 months ago
when I think of the word "sword," this is what I think of.
nicely done, mate!
Isayyes
2 months ago
AWESOME MODEL !

Thanks for add the parts are GOLD ! Like me !
legofan752
2 months ago
the gold parts are not because of you.
NinjaDude2011
2 months ago
Awesome Ship❗❗❗❗
This should be a lego set❗❗
I would totally buy it❗❗:>
Shipmaster
2 months ago
Thank you all so much!

NinjaDude, I would submit this to Lego Ideas, but they don't allow for life- sized weapons. a real pity there.

And just to settle the debate, there are gold parts because historically this weapon had gilded engravings, usually in a clover (I did my research here!)
NinjaDude2011
2 months ago
Dang, that stinks.... why not❓That's kinda dumb....
Fireblade28
2 months ago
Very very nice. this is just, so good.
Operator011
2 months ago
Woah, this is awesome, Ship! Love the clover-leaf detailing, a nice historically accurate touch. I feel like what I'm gonna have to go for is structural integrity, though.
Still, I'm quite inspired by your guy's builds!
Shipmaster
2 months ago
hahaha thank you all!

OP, Structural Integrity is a very nice thing to have... almost as nice as SuperGlue XD
Clif
2 months ago
Incredible!
Isayyes
2 months ago
I_O I_, thanks for add the gold's parts !!! I aggree with @Shipmaster !
AmyOak
2 months ago
Incredible!!!
AmyOak
2 months ago
Also looking at this model a little closer it would be fairly structurally secure, most parts of the blade are attached with at least 5 studs exept for the three tip parts which each only have 1 stud connecting them but if this was real you would just need to not hang it from the end and it should stay together
Shipmaster
2 months ago
thank you all! Im gonna go so far as to say you're all "Incredible!"

@Amy, I did design the blade to be extremely stable, going with a technique I dubbed Double SNOT Stacking (XD)... nevertheless, in real combat I think I would choose a different blade, most likely made of metal
Operator011
2 months ago
Wait, the whole blade of this thing is attached with only one stud?
Shipmaster
2 months ago
but there is padding on both sides
Shipmaster
2 months ago
thanks will!

Hey OP, take another look at the "1 stud" attachment point. I added 2 clip joints, so it should hold up fairly well now!
Operator011
2 months ago
Ah, yes. One stud and two clips should definitely hold a 1-pound 2-foot long blade. Mhm.

(No shade intended)
Isayyes
2 months ago
I________________ O I_______________________
x567
2 months ago
this is awesome! I think you should try to build it in real life!
Shipmaster
2 months ago
@Op, don't undermine my poor clips....

(and superglue)

@x567, can you buy me the parts?
Operator011
2 months ago
Ship:
No worries, I’m just kidding. And I’m building mine IRL before I build it digitally.

(
No offense meant at all.
)
Shipmaster
2 months ago
Hahaha nah OP I'm just messin with you

But thanks all!
Twiggy9997
2 months ago
Way Epic looking, fantastic job Shipmaster!!
Shipmaster
2 months ago
Thank you everyone for 50 likes!!!
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