Creating LEGO ships and boats may seem like the easiest things to build, but in reality, they are one of the most difficult objects to create. The next layer, known as the supporting layer, is what makes a double bottom a double bottom.
The Hull is the backbone and the largest part of a ship, so design is key when it comes to making a good-looking hull.
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However, LEGO ships don't always require double bottoms if they are not going to be used in water. The base layer is always the starting layer when creating the ship as it forms the basic outline for the ship. What you have to do for this is overlap flat bricks over one another, as the name suggests. What one needs to do is place flat 1x pieces along the outer edge of the base plates or layer one.
Someone ask me to build one and it has been a real pleasure because I wanted to make such a model for a long time. After reading this, all you have to do is put it together and enjoy your marvelous creation! The picture to the left shows what a basic base layer would look like if one were to use a double bottom hull.
There are a couple of different ways of making the supporting layer, but on this page, I show two of the most common methods of making double bottom hulls.

Then, the builder must place 2x pieces on the seperating lines between each base plate (as seen in the picture to the right.) This method is almost as effective as overlapping, however, this design is slightly more prone to flooding. Hulls can have the double bottom placed at the center of the hull or at the bottom of it (I prefer it in the center for a more realistic feel.) There are many ways for creating a hull.
The overlapping method allows for even distrabution of weight along the ship and it creates a watertight seal. Here we show three different ways, two of which are variations of one, each one using the double bottom in some way. It even makes me wonder if they didn’t have this concept in the works when designing the Battleship sets. The TTBP is so obviously inspired by the vintage Joe toy; was there something like this in the Battleship movie?

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