MOCs Archive

Captain Redbeard Blindeye by Sparkytron

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Captain Redbeard Blindeye

Flickr user and EB member Sparkytron constructed this awesome Bionicle pirate.  This is something we don't see often in the Pirates forum or in the Bionicle realm for that matter.  Very creative part usage, and building techniques almost make this model come alive.  This truly is the best Bionicle MOC ever!

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Pirates Hideout by Legonardo

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014
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Pass me another bottle

The amazing angles on this little shack will get you wondering "How". Throughout the build, Legonardo has used parts in wonderful unintended ways. There are quite a few very nice close up detail photos in the post. All the strange angles in the build really make for a lively scene even though it has no live minifigures roaming.

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Battle of Mollwitz by cash.lego

Friday, April 11th, 2014
The Battle of Mollwitz

The Battle of Mollwitz

EB member Woody64 was kind enough to show us this splendid brickfilm by Flickr user cash.lego. The brickfilm was exquisitely done with great techniques and effects. Even the landscapes are aesthetically well done. Not to mention that the minifigures in brickfilm are world-class.

 

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Isle De Arco by K.kreations

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Isle De Arco

Flickr user K.kreations made this awesome MOC for the 2014 MocAthalon, Pirates' Haven category.  The rock work is just stunning!  He has also incorporated great new part usage.  Definitely one of the best pirate MOCs I have seen in a little while!

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14 Gun Brig: Pinnacle by Mr. Townsend

Thursday, April 3rd, 2014
14 Gun Brig: Pinnacle

14 Gun Brig: Pinnacle

Mr. Townsend has shared his ship building expertise again with us, this time in the form of a 14 gun brig called the Pinnacle. He has displayed some amazing custom sails that look very authentic, and even used 5 different kinds of string to simulate the rigging. The blue flag is a great touch as well. Bow to stern this sailing ship is a masterpiece.

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A Pirates Hideout by Stijn Oom

Sunday, March 30th, 2014

A Pirates Hideout

Flickr user Stijn Oom created this wonderful entry in the 2014 MocAthlon: Pirates' Haven category.  It features excellent snot work on the rocks, a neat color scheme rarely seen in pirate creations, as well as many other awesome details.

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Gilded Crow – 22 Gun Galleon by Ummester

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014
Gilded Crow - 22 Gun Galleon

Gilded Crow - 22 Gun Galleon

Ummester has shared with us his LDD build galleon and what a beauty she is! With a traditional brown overall look, this ship looks very realistic. To add some flare the ship has been lined with dark blue, gold, and red colors, resembling an Ozzie football team and ultimately leading to this 22 gun galleon being called Gilded Crow. Currently in the brick ordering stage, lets hope Ummester can recreate this master piece in the flesh!

To get an look inside Gilded Crow - 22 Gun Galleon head over to the forum!

 

PTC The Miss Elizabeth and Cliffs of Bricksburg by Frank Brick Wright and Mr. Townsend

Saturday, March 22nd, 2014
The Miss Elizabeth and the Cliffs of Bricksburg

The Miss Elizabeth and the Cliffs of Bricksburg

Another splendid contest entry! This time it's contestants Frank Brick Wright and Mr. Townsend have shared with us The Miss Elizabeth and Cliffs of Bricksburg. The ship utilizes some great custom sails, and although small, it's still a stunning display piece. The second half of the build has a great cliff side, and a well designed tower. There's some extra detail thrown in there too, even some custom torso decals!

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