Weapons & Accessories Archive

British Mortars by Captain Braunsfeld

Tuesday, May 20th, 2014

Bombs Away!

EB member Captain Braunsfeld shared his custom British mortars for his Royal Horse Artillery.   They are of excellent and sound design, and feature some very nice custom made figures and accessories!

 

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Aztec Sacrifice by Thrash

Thursday, May 8th, 2014

Aztec Sacrifice

A new user recently bumped an old topic and much to my surprise it was Aztec themed, I'm a sucker for anything Mesoamerican.  Eb member and BrickWarriors creator Thrash created this excellent scene depicting ritual human sacrifice complete with custom torsos and weapons.  If your into that, this is one MOC you'll want to check out!

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BrickArms Musket and Flintlock Pistol Now Available!

Friday, June 15th, 2012

BrickArms Musket and Flintlock Pistol

"Look at the detailed flintlock mechanism on my pistol!"

After a two year process with discussion, development and prototypes, BrickArms has now perfectionized and produced a LEGO musket and pistol. It's realistic, yet not overly detailed, making it look like it could be a real LEGO product. A must have for every non-purist army builder!

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My Grand Armee by DucadiYork

Monday, December 12th, 2011

LEGO Pirate Grand Armee Customization by DucadiYork

Napoleon's army never looked so sharp!

Classic-Pirates.com has been blessed with its fair share of excellent Napoleonic War customizers and Eurobricks newcomer DucadiYork shows he should be counted among them.  The Italian customizer is molding his own weapons and articles of clothing as well as modifying LEGO elements including helmets and saddles to outfit his "Grand Armèe".  This project looks like a massive undertaking and though it has just begun, DucadiYork has already produced several finished figures.  This looks like a thread to watch, so get to the forum and bookmark it now!

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3D Printed Minifig Customs by Woody64

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

A realistic Napoleonic soldier!

One of the many realistic Napoleonic soldiers!

Eurobricks member Woody64 has recently shared his update with 3D Printed Custom accessoires for minifigures!  Especially the custom headgear is worth looking at. The wide selection of  weapons will surely come in handy for customizers, in addition with the custom torso's.

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New Brickforge items released!

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

Check out the new Brickforge items!

Check out the new Brickforge items!

Hound Knight presents us the latest Brickforge items, including very useful utensils for a pirates' life! The Cutlass is great for swashbuckling while the Hatchet can be used for chopping wood or fending off local savages. The Bayonet clips onto the BrickForge Musket or any other accessory designed with a standard 3.1mm section; such as the Battle Rifle or Coilgun, making for a truly painful experience.

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Tutorial: custom Accordeon/Concertina, by Brig. Brick

Friday, September 10th, 2010

One of our more devoted members, Brig. Brick, brings us a very easy tutorial on how to make an accordeon/concertina in only a few minutes time.

All you need are two flat tiles and some deskapparel like paper, scissors and glue!

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Ready in 10 minutes or less!

Wikipedia: A concertina is a free-reed musical instrument, like the variousaccordions and the harmonica. It has a bellows and buttons typically on both ends of it. When pressed, the buttons travel in the same direction as the bellows, unlike accordion buttons which travel perpendicularly to it. Also, each button produces one note, while accordions typically can produce chords with a single button.

The concertina was developed in England and Germany, most likely independently. The English version was invented in 1829 by Sir Charles Wheatstone and a patent for an improved version was filed by him in 1844. The German version was announced in 1834 by Carl Friedrich Uhlig.

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Woody64′s latest custom items

Monday, September 6th, 2010

Because we like to support our members who are running  projects for the community, I decided to write an item about Woody64's latest custom items.

These are the items from his 20th mold, together with some already existing ones:

Woody64's custom items, suitable for LEGO Pirates.Click here to discuss Woody's custom items in the Pirates forum!Woody64's custom items

A Spontoon, a Pistol model 1806, a Baker Cavalry Rifle, the Hussar Hat...Woody makes it all! 

If you want to see more of Woody's items, here is a link to his shop.

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