Great forum user Admiral Green Buns shows us that he is also a great brick flick director! Not a long animation and not the best quality image, but clearly a brilliant piece of work with humour all around!
Anyone for a heated debate? Forum member David Thomsen brings up the question: Now that we know there will be no new sets in 2010, what will we have in 2011? Is there a chance for POTC? Or should The LEGO® Group stick with Classic LEGO Pirates? What do you think?
Although not 100% a Pirates creation, this MOC was so well done that we just had to frontpage it. Forum user Ralph_S demonstrates his talent with the brick with an outstanding pleasure cruiser. One very interesting part of this MOC, other than the SNOT hull, is the clever use of round 1 x 1's for furled sails. If only there were a few stripey shirts and some bandanas on the crew...
Although not a huge pile of minifig animation, forum user curtisrlee shares with us a cheesy brickflick with some nice mouth animation. An amusing little piece, this is a great way to start out in our great community!
Ahoy there ye scallywaygs, it be a special time fer Classic-Pirates.com. Along with Pillage the Village II being announced, we have launched a whole new concept of 'Behind The Helm' interviews. We're running a few episodes in audio format rather than text to see how things pan out. Joining me for the first of hopefully many audio interviews is again Tom "Bonaparte" Jacobs to discuss the new contest from Classic-Pirates.com. Check it out below:
But we need your input! Do you like this new format? Would you like to hear more of these audio interviews, or would you prefer to continue reading them? The more feedback we get, the better we can provide for your needs.
Yet again Derfel Cardarn treats us with an amazing port MOC, this time with more cobblestone than you could shake a yard stick at! Durnovaria is a modular part of the Dumnonian island project, an amazing project that is well worth following.