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Classic-Pirates.com new volunteers!

Saturday, April 21st, 2012

Classic-Pirates.com new volunteers

Walt and darkdragon

After long deliberaton and drinking many a bottle of rum, the Classic-Pirates.com crew has chosen reinforcements. We are very glad to present you our newest crewmembers: Walt and darkdragon! They will put their writing and computer skills into practice by blogging all the great stuff that our forums may offer. We would like to thank everyone for their submissions.

Time to congratulate these scoundrels in the forum!

Nail their gizzards to the yardarm! by SlyOwl

Thursday, April 19th, 2012

Nail their gizzards to the yardarm! by SlyOwl

Using chairs for the gunports!

Hold Fast! These ships are fighting in a freezing gale! High brickwaves are smashing against the sides and the stern is on fire! Eurobricks member SlyOwl has made a fantastic scene with two large ships, custom sails/rigging and a lot of action. Don't hesitate, visit the Pirate MOCs forum!

Check out Nail their gizzards to the yardarm! by SlyOwl in the forum.

Pirate Town by brickcitydepot

Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

Pirate Town by brickcitydepot

Made on 9 full baseplates!

Eurobricks member brickcitydepot has made a fantastic pirate port with the typical narrow streets and tall buildings you can also see in places like Tortuga in Pirates of the Caribbean. This MOC also includes a wide variety of roof techniques, a nice pavement technique and a beautiful fort. It was worth the effort for sure!

Visit Pirate Town by brickcitydepot in the forum!

Caribbean Clipper MOC by Warspite03

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012
Caribbean Clipper MOC by Warspite03

Capable of taking on any pirate ship, including the Imperial Flagship!

Well, actually it's more like a MOD, with elements borrowed from the best classical LEGO ships, like the Caribbean Clipper and the Black Seas Barracuda. It has a nice colourscheme, a modular stern and a fine crew. Overall a very decent ship.

Discuss Caribbean Clipper MOC by Warspite03 in the forum.

Farore’s Wind by Sebeus Iniwum

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012
Farore's Wind by Sebeus Iniwum

An impressive new ship for the Bluecoat fleet!

Eurobricks member Sebeus Iniwum has made a fantastic new update on his ship Din's Fire, which is now called Farore's Wind. New features are among other things a third mast, electric light and a slightly different colourscheme. Also notice the new figurehead.

Check out Farore's Wind by Sebeus Iniwum in the forum!

Jack Sparrow Bust by pabloglez

Sunday, April 1st, 2012
Jack Sparrow Bust by pabloglez

"Stop blowing holes in my ship!"

I guess I don't have to explain who this bust represents. It's the man who spoke the famous words Dirt. This is a jar of dirt. If you look close, you'll see that even the beads are very close to the original ones. Overall a very fine MOC.

Discuss Jack Sparrow Bust by pabloglez in the forum.

Redbeard’s Cove by maedhros1980′s

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Treasure, rum and fishin'. Only missing a ship.

Redbeard's Cove by maedhros1980's

This lovely classical pirate scene was found by our News Scout SirSven7. It's full of ship elements, there's a nice rock technique and there are a lot of typicial pirate scenes going on like drinking, fishing and fighting. Yo-ho-ho! Check it out in the Pirates LEGO forum!

Discuss Redbeard's Cove by maedhros1980's in the forum.

HMS Beagle by Chris Melby

Monday, March 19th, 2012
HMS Beagle

The ship that circumnavigated the globe between 1831 and 1836.

The famous ship on which a young Charles Darwin became inspired for his theory of evolution, has now been made in LDD! As far as I know it's the best LEGO model of this ship so far. Especially the deck details can be very inspirational for other ships. And of course it's nice to have a small virtual tour on this vessel.

Visit HMS Beagle by Chris Melby in the forum.



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