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.
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.
Go watch and comment on the Battle of Mollwitz in the forum!
Our own ACPin has done it again! This diorama beautifully shows off his Redcoat army in formation, defending a tropical beach against some unseen invaders. Well-armed with cannons and muskets aplenty, these guys aren't giving up this beach anytime soon!
See more pics and comment on Red Coat Beach Defense in the forum.
User michaelozzie is amassing a huge army for an upcomming MOC based on John H. Gill's epic "Thunder on the Danube: Napoleon's defeat of the Hapsburgs".
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We have all seen hundreds of imperial soldiers, Napoleonic armies, or pirates with the same blue and red bandanas, so Tanotrooper spices things up by bringing us three new pirate era minifigures of his own design. My favorite part is there are no stickers or specialty parts, it's pure LEGO!
Bust out your box of minifigures, then discuss Pirate Era Minifigures in the forum now!
Just take a look at all those troops presented by Classic-Pirates.com user Commodore Hornbricker! As he explains, there are a total of 1602 soldiers shown here! This impressive scene was arranged by him to pay tribute to the late Zorro, who used to be a very active member of our website's crew. We will never forget Zorro!
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When it comes to armies Napoleon Bonaparte had one to be feared. Jackdaw has amassed a grand army to fight for Napoleon with some great photography to show it off. With more blue coats than you can shake a fist at and lots of great looking gear, this army is worth a look.
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There are armies, there are grand armies, and then there is Dirk72's army. With more Imperial soldiers than LEGO's own stockpile this army is beyond massive. But wait, if you are still scratching your head as to how this massive army is even possible, click the source link to see the rest of this army, and all the buildings that come with a massive army. It's size is only enhanced by the great MOC's that are included with this build.
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Armybuilder and MOC expert ImperialScouts had a stand at Brickworld 2010 and brought two MOCs with him. Due to the fact I was quite impressed by them, I could not resist making a small overview of them.
First we have one of his masterpieces called The Battle of Willow's Creek:
And the second one is called Le Coup d'État du 18 Brumaire.
Visit the Classic-Pirates MOC forum to find more beautifull creations from our dearest members!
Classic-Pirates.com user DanMov has shown us his Bayonets at Dawn contest entry. The MOC represents the beginning of the Battle for La Haye Sainte.
It's a very big diorama which could probably be easily used for miniature wargaming of some sort, using Lego soldiers!
Discuss Battle of La Haye Sainte from DanMov in the forum.