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Imperial Trading Post by 2 Much Caffeine

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011
LEGO Pirate Imperial Trading Post MOC 2 Much Caffeine

2 Much Caffeine shows all the right skills.

Have you ever imaged updating a classic LEGO Pirate set with modern colors and techniques?  The Jolly Roger Competition invited participants to do just that.  This update version of LEGO set 6277, Imperial Trading Post, showcases Flickr member 2 Much Caffeine's skills.  Some of the highlights of 2 Much Caffeine's creation include an all tiled look, beautiful palm trees, excellent stone work and a new take on the original's trading ship.  Even with the updates, the spirit of the original still shines through.

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Lady Guinevere by Derfel Cardarn

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

The Lady showing us what she's got!

Recently promoted Eurobricks Fellow and "Grand Master" Derfel Cardarn takes a break from showing us how to build a medieval village to display his fantastic ship, Lady Guinevere.  Some of the many highlights of this ship include the shape, coloration, rigging and custom made sails.  Derfel promises to bring us more ships as an entire English fleet is on its way.

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Stop Motion 4195 Queen Anne’s Revenge by yys4u

Friday, October 21st, 2011
Stop motion video of building 4195 Queen Anne's Revenge - by yys4u

See it built brick by brick!

While debating the relative merits of LEGO® Pirates of the Caribbean™ set 4195, Queen Anne's Revenge, and LEGO® Pirates of the Caribbean™ set 4184, the Black Pearl, Eurobricks member yys4u brings us a "stop motion" build of Queen Anne's Revenge.  Notice the way yys4u "snakes" the plastic bits for an added dramatic effect.  Check out the video and vote for the ship you prefer now!

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The Hunt for Redcoats by TheBrickAvenger

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

Look at those great minifigs!

Eurobricks member TheBrickAvenger may forever change our opinion on "fleshies".  Using minifigure parts from LEGO® Prince of Persia™ and LEGO® Pirates of the Caribbean™ lines makes the detailed characters in this action sequence superb.  The minifigures,  interesting angles of the base and building backdrop as well as TheBrickAvenger's excellent photography skills make this a scene worth checking out.

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The Athena by Legonardo Davidy

Saturday, October 15th, 2011

Legonardo Davidy's Athena

Flickr member Legonardo Davidy shows off his first ship MOC ever, the Athena.  He says building, rebuilding, and rigging this French frigate took him 113 hours to complete.  With so much time devoted to the frigate, it is easy to see why he nails the shape, color combinations, custom sails and custom string rigging on this ship.

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