Imperial Soldiers Archive

HMS Brunswick by lego fox

Friday, February 19th, 2010

HMS Brunswick by lego fox

Note the crew working on the yard

EB-member lego fox has made a nice 14-gun ship. It's for patrolling the british rivers and it has a good number of both soldiers and cannons. The hull design might need some improvement, but lego fox shows us he knows what he's doing on the rigging. He also uses a great technique for building the masts, so if you want a good mast on your ship, take a look! That's all for now, want to know more about this great vessel?

Check out HMS Brunswick by lego fox in the forum!

New update of the French ship Vesta by Admiral Croissant

Monday, January 11th, 2010
A new French Frigate in progress!

A new French Frigate in progress!

Eurobricks member Admiral Croissant has been working on a magnificient vessel! A new ship will sail the seven seas once the masts and sails are completed! A ship with great aspects and filled with details. With great colours, a nice figurehead and a nicely decorated stern this ship is a pleasure to the eye!

Sail to the forum and discuss the Vesta's New Update by Admiral Croissant!

Achille, a French Frigate in progress by Perfectionist

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009
What is that on the horizon?

What is that on the horizon?

What was a sub-project first turned out being a spectacular build! Eurobricks forum member Perfectionist is working on his Achille a few weeks now, and it becomes better every day. One of it's many features is it's incredebly detailed interior! The whole ship is modular, which makes this vessel even more spectacular.

Make sure you follow the Achille Frigate progress in the forum!

MOC: Malborghet, Vignette based on painting by Woody64

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

Click here to discuss Malborghet a Vignette based on a painting by Woody64 in the Classic-Pirates.com forums

Woody64 has created for us this vignette based off the respective painting. Not only is this accurate top to bottom to the original painting piece of work but also historically, so all you history fans will be pleased. This was also a great opportunity for Woody to show off some of his excellent moulded minifig accessories such has the hats some of the troops are wearing. Woody has also gone to the effort of producing custom torso decals for his men providing a source of inspiration for all the customizers out there. It seems like this vignette has something for everyone!

Click to view Malborghet by Woody64 in the forump

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Grenadiers a Cheval by michaelozzie

Thursday, September 17th, 2009
Check out this fantastic customization work in the forum!

Check out this fantastic customization work in the forum!

And yet again, michaelozzie brings us an amazing ammount of highly detailed and accurate custom minifigures! This time it is the famous Grenadiers a Cheval, nicknamed "the gods" because they were never defeated in the campaigns they took part in. With an outstanding job of customization you really don't want to miss it!

Check michaelozzie's Grenadiers a Cheval out before they march to battle!

Hardee’s Manual of Arms

Saturday, August 15th, 2009

Ateennn...tion!

Ateennn...tion!

It's all very well to send your Bluecoats and Redcoats marching off to battle, but any real soldier knows that the only way to win a battle is to be trained and prepared, and the only way to train and prepare your troops for battle is with Hardee's Manual of Arms. And luckily for you, manual-loving Imperial Scouts has provided us with just that!

Learning the many accurately described positions and formations can help you  authentically reproduce various actions in MOCs, BrikWars games, and Brick Flicks alike, so make sure you read the whole of ImperialScouts' Manual of Arms. Then remember to sail by the Discussion Thread and compliment his efforts!

The Battle Rages On…

Friday, August 14th, 2009

Standing on opposite sides of the battlefield, Redcoats and Bluecoats stare at each other, hatred burning in their eyes. An orange fox in pirate attire steps between the two: moderator doubling as a mediator Zorro determines which side goes first. Redcoats begin! Bluecoats begin! All around the Mediterranean, one army raises scaffolding while the other assigns spies. That's right, Pirate fans - the 1st Annual Redcoat VS. Bluecoat Tournament of Retribution is well under way!Tournament of Retibution on Classic-Pirates.comFour skirmishes are currently in progress in the Pirate forum. These are...

Raging Redcoats Regiment vs. Out of the Blue

Courageous Redcoat Company vs. Big Bad Blues

Bloody Brilliant Redcoats vs. Bluecoat Team 3

Ravenous Redcoats vs. Blue Thunder

    Each team has spectacular builders and fantastic entries - but only one side can prevail. As devoted team members work to get in their two vignettes, the tournament judges have the difficult job of choosing the winning side amongst the hordes of notable creations. Twenty creations must be taken into account per thread, each being scored points for build, wit, historical accuracy, and much more. And so far, the judges have been presented with a difficult challenge!

    Part of that challenge, unfortunately, involves finding the entries themselves. Useless spam, cruel insults, and other garbage have been paraded around each tournament thread, and something has to be done about it. There are some comments that are constructive, and others that are not. Try to stop bashing the other side - though at times, it can seem so fun - and provide criticism and compliments that don't insult or upset someone else. We're glad that everyone's having fun, but this is just a game.

    Are some of you in the dark and somehow have no idea what this commotion is? You can learn all about it in the tournament enlistment thread!

    Custom Napoleonic Army by michaelozzie

    Monday, August 3rd, 2009

    Custom Napoleonic Army by michaelozzie

    Classic-Pirates.com and Eurobricks member michaelozzie is proud to share with us his fantastic new creation - an army of custom Napoleonic troops. With eye-catching details like the plumes in the shakos and the brilliant torsos, this custom army is enough to blow anyone's socks off!

    Head on to see Custom Napoleonic Army by michaelozzie in the Pirates forum!



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