Author Archive

Siege and Blockade of Yorktown 1781 by KillaGorilla

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

And another great entry came just on time before the deadline. There is so much to see in this MOC that it may take a while to notice all the nice details, such as decapitation, a serious leg wound, an unseated British Lancer, and a bayonet stab. KillaGorilla shows us all the glory and horror of big Napoleonic battles. And for all the ship-fans there is also a big French ship of war in this MOC.

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Capture of the Eagle of the 45th by Tanotrooper

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

Between all the big battles and huges armies, there was suddenly an entry in the Bayonets at Dawn contest with less than 10 minifigs. But it's still one of the better entries, and very original. Tanotrooper has made his own unique soldiers and horses with great techniques and details. And he was just on time; the deadline for the contest was may, 31st. So if you still have an entry not posted, you'd better do it fast and hope the best of it! Anyway, Tanotrooper did it on time so you can vote for this awesome creation (or others) within a few days!

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Battle of Hagelberg by Aalak

Monday, May 31st, 2010

The Battle of Hagelberg is also known as "The Battle of the (Musket)Butts". That's because it rained all day, the powder was wet and muskets and pistols were of no good use, other than to be used as clubs. Aalak grew up close to the former battlefield so it's a wise choice for him; he probably knows a lot about this battle. He did a great job with many minifigs with custom-made decals and he very clearly shows us the chaos in big battles like this.

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French attack on the Pratzen Heights by Michaelozzie

Sunday, May 30th, 2010

Austerlitz, 1805. Austrian an Russian soldiers are on the Pratzen heights. They can't see much through the fog. Suddenly the fog disappears and they see a giant French army! But it's too late already and Napoleon wins this part of the battle.

This is the scene michaelozzie has made with Lego. The soldiers are made with the smallest details and there is a lot of smoke and action in it. It looks very realistic, there's even a soldier who's leg is shot off! This is again an entry you can't miss!

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Siege of Sevastopol by Burman

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

Eurobricks member Burman has made a fantastic MOC of a battle in the Crimean War. There is a lot of action going on in this creation so it's definetely not boring! The images are of a very fine quality and it's exciting to follow a few soldiers through a hole in the rocks on to the big fight. You should really take a look at this MOC if you want to vote in the contest.

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(you can also give your opinion in a poll!)

Review: 6245 Harbor Sentry by Lord Arjay

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Eurobricks member Lord Arjay has made a very good review of the 6245 Harbor Sentry. With clear pictures, a funny story and lots of information he tells us everything there is to know about this set!

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‘Admiralty’ by Kerntechniker

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

Look at those lovely windows!

EB-member Kerntechniker has made a lovely building. It's the house of a naval admiral with a big anchor in front of it. The windows are made in a very nice way and you should also take a look at the magnificent interior (on the bottom of page 1).  Overall this is a good way of making an 18th century residence and it also provides lots of ideas to other MOC'ers.

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The former ‘Albion’ by Koffiemoc

Friday, May 14th, 2010

Some time ago, Koffiemoc made a ship for the Jolly Roger Contest (on another forum). Somehow he didn't post it on our forum, but now he did! And it looks great! It's almost minifig-scale (!) and based on the building plans of a swedish coaster which makes it almost completely historically accurate. It also has some fine details like an anchor-windlass instead of a regular capstan. Koffiemoc also said he wants to make more ships in the future. Until then, we'll keep this beauty within out memories!

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HMS Lively by Kurigan

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

A brand new LDD MOC!

A new ship is setting sail! It's HMS Lively, one of Jack Aubreys ships in the Aubrey/Maturin series. Kurigan did a great job on this LDD MOC. The shape is perfect and it also has some nice details like a very inventive capstan design. This ship may be very helpful to all shipMOC'ers. Furthermore Kurigan has also made a lot of other ships, all looking excellent.

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Latest update ‘Prins Willim’ by Captain Greenhair

Friday, April 9th, 2010

Real minfig scale it is!

Finally a new update of the mammoth ship 'Prins Willim' by our respected Captain Greenhair! The hold is now almost finished so it won't take long anymore before Greenhair will start on the gundeck(!). And that's not all. This ship is also going to have real LED-lights for the lanterns! Many EB-members say this is the best lego ship ever made. It's real minifig scale and made exactly after the plans of the real ship. Furthermore, it uses the best lego shipbuilding techniques and it has inspired a lot of other MOC'ers. If you're interested in Lego-ships, you just can't miss this beauty!

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