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Elephant Knight’s USS Constitution

Sunday, November 11th, 2012

The USS Constitution

Check out that rigging!

It's more common for pirate builders to build Spanish or British ships, as they are more renowned for running into Pirates. However Elephant Knight decided to build this American vessel instead. The details, rigging, and color scheme work so well. What do you think of this adaption of the USS Constitution?

Let us know, then discuss the USS Constitution in the forum!

Boomchil Reviews 6249 Pirates Ambush

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

6249 Pirate's Ambush

Pirates love forts.

Boomchil reviews the classic 6249 Pirate's Ambush set. Reviewer Academy approved and very professional, this review is a great read for any Classic Pirates fan.

Read the review and discuss 6249 Pirate's Ambush in the forum

Sebeus I’s Merchant Brig

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012

A Merchant Brig

What a brig!

Sebeus I built this lovely Merchant Brig. The sails, stern, and crew are very nice. There is even a rowboat!

Check out all the details and discuss the Merchant Brig in the forum.

Matthew Hurt’s “At The Sign of The Spyglass”

Thursday, October 4th, 2012

"At The Sign of The Spyglass"

The Spyglass

Matthew Hurt constructed a small inn based off the one in Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island. The details include great woodwork, a clever "spyglass" sign, and the classic ship wheel piece that looks great almost anywhere.

Discuss Matthew Hurt's "At The Sign of The Spyglass" in the forum.

Happy International Talk Like a Pirate Day!

Thursday, September 20th, 2012
Talk Like a Pirate Day

Ahoy matey! Photograph by cjdc's

Ahoy there! T'day be International Talk Like a Pirate Day! Celebrate all things piratey by talking like a salty sea dog. You best be doing it, or we might make ya walk the plank! Arghh!

Earn yer sea legs, then discuss International Talk Like a Pirate Day in the forum.

Franko Komljenovic’s Pirate Ship

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

Franko's pirate ship

The looks of this rival the Imperial Flagship.

Franko Komljenovic recently constructed this amazing pirate ship. It bears no name, but its looks alone are enough to make one remember it. The details are so crisp and clean, yet they maintain an almost LEGO set like quality.

View more photos and discuss Franko's pirate ship in the forum.

Tear in the Sand by Petronel

Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

Tear in the Sand

The pirates travel the desert in search of water.

It isn't every day you see a band of pirates in the middle of a dry desert. Petronel tells the story of a group of pirates in search of the world's purest water. The landscaping, architecture, and pirate crew are worthy of note when discussing the great details on this awesome LEGO creation.

Read the story and discuss Tear in the Sand in the forum.

Treasure Cave by Mark of Falworth

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

Treasure Cave

A band of pirates reclaim their hidden treasure.

This magnificent diorama by Mark of Falworth depicts some pirates visiting their treasure cave. The scurvy band of misfits have apparently reclaimed their loot and are taking it out of the cavern. There are many noteworthy details including the sea weed, foliage, and the water technique that Mark has become well known for.

Marvel at the details, and then discuss the Treasure Cave in the forum.



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