Pirates of the Caribbean Archive
This is your last weekend to vote for the Pirates of the Caribbean Contest Winners!
Voting officially closes at 11:59PM/23:59 UTC±0 on July 31st 2011.
And if you've entered, you're insane not to vote because you can allocate upto 2 points to your own entry! That could give you a winning advantage!
So VOTE NOW!!!
Vote the MOC Forum Division Winner (Building Contest)
Vote for the Mailing List Division Winner (Story Contest)
Jut remember claiming Bonus Points is a 2 Step process. Some people have only completed one of two the steps and if this is not corrected by close of voting, ALL their points will be invalidated.
To learn more read the Bonus Points thread in the LEGO Pirates Forum.
Voting in our LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean contest is almost over! In our blog we've shown you quite a few of the entries that were submitted, and here's one more - the giant Jack Sparrow figure built by Classic-Pirates.com member Toltomeja. Definitely an original and noteworthy creation!
Discuss Giant Jack Sparrow by Toltomeja in the forum!
Another fine entry in the Classic-Pirates "Pirates of the Caribbean contest". It may be small but that's the whole idea when building in mini scale and George G has done a great job packing in the detail with some clever piece usage.
Discuss Maelstrom by George G in the forum
A very memorable scene from the Curse of the Black Pearl film is when Captain Barbossa and Captain Jack Sparrow are fighting it out as immortally cursed men. Sok117 has depicted this scene in a wonderful way with plenty of scattered treasure and a beautiful scene that needs to be seen.
See all of Isla de la Muerta in the forum
Our Pirates of the Caribbean Contest has come to an end so now its time to vote for the winners.
You get 5 points for each division and you may even allocate 1 point per division to your own entry.
To get started visit the Voting Rules & Questions thread.
P.S. The Creative Critic continues through voting so don't miss this opportunity to review the entries and leave your final thoughts.
Davy Jones famously said "I am the see" and he was right. With control over the most powerful creature of the sea, he call's on the Kraken to crush his enemies ship's and send them to Davy Jones locker. This is spectacularly done and deserves a closer look, the Kraken is hiding behind the ship.
Comment on Attack of the Kraken in the forum.