A magnificent ship from MrOutlaw, the "Admiral's Eagle" is made of 877 parts complete with a 5 man crew ready for battle at any time. The sides and top can be opened for access to the captain's cabin. The play doesn't end there! The prison cell is also accessible from the top and the ship sports two full size and 3 mini shooting guns as well as a working anchor winch.
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.
It's not every day you see a Miniland scale Pirates scene. Cesbrick has challenged the typical Minifigure vignette with this ultra detailed pirate and treasure scene. Not only are there numerous tiny details on the pirate himself, with tons of nice part usages, but there is also quite a bit of attention paid to the treasure and even the environment the whole thing is staged upon.
For the Battle of Waterloo 200th anniversary, michaelozzie has created a scene from the start of the battle. The Napleonic soldiers move into position in front of the Inn La Belle Alliance in preparation to attack Wellington's left flank.
TheBrickAvenger presents his last creation, the lighthouse of Whitecap Bay and its mermaids, which was inspired by a picture
It is undoubtedly the biggest MOC he has have ever created, the lighthouse is more than 35 cms (14 inches) tall!
"Old forgotten guard tower, known as La Torre Olvidada is located somewhere in the Caribbean. For a long period it has belonged to the Spanish armada. After a long siege it has been abandoned, and some years after the Capt. Cristóbal and his men found their hideout there. When they aren't busy drinking rum, they take off from there to steal the gold, using the island as the storage for their loot."
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EB member Tobiasz has created this beautiful rendition of the HMS Hispaniola from the classic pirate story Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. This MOC is based on the ship used in the 1990 movie. It is a wonderful ship with many great details.
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With the eminent return of LEGO Pirates, we're starting to see more and more classic pirate sets redesigned, and they're truly works of art! This one, done by Robinson is particularly amazing because it's instantly recognizable as set #6263, however it exhibits advanced build techniques, as well as more realistic colors.
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EB member BaronSat created this nice pirate scene for the end of summer. It is well built and features wonderful architecture and great part usage. Definitely worth checking out!
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EB member Dubbadgrim has made a stunning creation loosely based on the classic Pirates set 6246 Crocodile Cage. Besides making it more realistic and larger, many play features were added, like a bone lever and access to the cage.
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