Though originally intended as a building exercise for non-90°-angles, TitusV ended up creating a very nice fort in it's own right. The fort itself sits atop a rocky hill, surrounded by simple garden landscape. The angular walls of the fort come together perfectly and show of a nice technique for interesting castle and for design.
Flickr user Adam Dodge has posted this creative picture of pirate figures meant to represent characters from the Star Wars universe. It's a great idea and well executed, as any Star Wars fan should be able to identify who the figures represent. He has incorporated pieces from classic pirates all the way to pieces from Pirates of the Caribbean and even other themes. If you check out his photostream he also has some other great creations.
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Pirate reviewer extraordinaire and former crew member Boomchil has finished his first MOC, and it's a true work of art! He recreated the classic LEGO pirate Captain Redbeard minifigure in large scale. Perfect proportions and excellent attention to detail make this a superb creation.
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It's been almost 20 years since LEGO gave us some non-licensed islander minifigs. The new figure from Collectible Minifigures Series 11 is a great addition to your island family. The new mask is painted with bright colors that go well with the new print on the torso and legs, as well as a new face print including a tribal tattoo.
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A surprising find at official LEGO Brand stores in the USA, new pirate minifigure packs! Not only does this small set come with four figures, but also chrome gold coins and bar previously only seen in licensed sets! There are also animals, palm leaves, and a printed map tile.
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Captain Braunsfeld created this beautiful house on the rocks for the Admiral. Complete with a cave on the side, in case the Admiral has to sail away on short notice!
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Eurobricks member ACPin is back in fine form with this vignette showcasing Redcoat soldiers in formation. Using cheese slopes to affect a kneeling position for some of his troops makes them look that much more prepared, and the new horse in its reared-up position just seems made for scenes like this!
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Brig. Brick has taken full advantage of the Collectible Minifigs in building up his armies. These hardened soldiers are battle-ready and armed to the teeth. Pirates don't stand a chance against them!
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The official images for the LEGO Collectable Minifigures Series 10 are out! There are some great Pirate theme figures this time around including a new Bluecoat Soldier with powder wig, and islander with a mohawk, and a Sea Captain with a seagull!
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Brickington has posted this ongoing story in the Pirates Forum. Who is Joe Gardner, and what does he know about the rebellion at Port Imperial? Read on to find out more!
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