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Hello Beastie! by Skrytsson

Saturday, September 3rd, 2011
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Look at those ferocious teeth!

The LDD version of this MOC had already been posted for the Pirates of the Caribbean Contest, and here's the real version! It took a month to complete this famous scene in which Captain Jack Sparrow jumps into the Kraken's mouth.

Visit Hello Beastie! by Skrytsson in the forum.

The Outpost, 1700s by Brickdoctor

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011
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Flex tube arms, a SNOT wall, an interesting bird and more!

This MOC may seem quite small and easy to you. But think again, because Eurobricks member Brickdoctor accompanies his photographs with a rather long and interesting story about the used techniques. This creation can be very inspirational to people with a small number of LEGOs and great ideas.

Be sure to check out The Outpost, 1700s by Brickdoctor in the forum.

Bricks ‘N Pieces Magazine scans by TalonCard

Monday, August 29th, 2011
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Does this give you nostalgic feelings? Then check it out!

Raise the anchor and set sail! We're going back to the first year of LEGO Pirates: 1989! We now have a number of scans of Bricks 'N Pieces, the official magazine of the UK LEGO Club. It contains a small LEGO model of HMS Victory, a comic, a LEGO eye-patch and much more. After all these years, it's still fun to take a look!

See more of Bricks 'N Pieces Magazine scans by TalonCard in the forum.

Galleon: Annaconna by qwarek7

Sunday, August 28th, 2011

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The Annaconna.

It doesn't have an interior or kitchen yet, but outside of that the Annaconna is already a very seaworthy vessel. This beautiful LDD-model was made by Eurobricks member qwarek7. This ship has a nice stern and a very subtle but realistic colourscheme. An excellent example of a LEGO galleon.

Check out Galleon: Annaconna by qwarek7 in the forum.

Discovery of America by Alibabo

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011
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The first Spaniards in America.

Eurobricks member Alibabo has made a very decent MOC of one of the most famous events in world history: the discovery of America by Columbus in 1492. With a great ship, some tropical plants and of course a number of conquistadores this creation seems pretty complete.

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The Singapore Situation by Burman

Monday, July 11th, 2011

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Welcome to Singapore!

Only two days before the deadline, Eurobricks member Burman came up with this nice MOC called The Singapore Situation. It depicts the movie scene in which the pirate crew, hidden below the floorboards, throws Elizabeth and Barbossa swords at the mention of the word "weapons".

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Port Royal’s Mouse-Hole by Sabarrus

Sunday, July 10th, 2011
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Look at that beautiful little fishing shop!

Entering this Royal Colony is very hard, especially for pirates. At least, that's how it seems, because outside the walls are various shops and baithouses with secret tunnels under the wall. Have a look at this excellent MOC and welcome our new member Sabarrus.

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Tia Dalma’s Shack by Matn

Thursday, July 7th, 2011

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"Now, that's the very question Jack wants answered. Bad enough, even, to go visit...her."

Another great entry for the LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean contest! And another famous scene. Tia Dalma's Shack: a shack in a distant part of the swamp on Pantano River in Cuba. This house isn't only famous because of Tia Dalma, but also because it contains the notorious jar of dirt in the movie. Take a look at this fine piece of LEGO-art and share your thoughts.

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