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.
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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Mark of Falworth has shared another one of his great creations! This time in the form of a diorama, Battle in Buccaneer Bay depicts an intense battle for the ship. There is some great effects such as cannon fire and varying colors of the beaches water.
There's too much detail to see in one picture, so go check it out in the forum or his flickr album!
EB member and Castle builder Simon_S decided to try his hand at Pirates and built this wonderful scene. Great part usage along with building techniques make this a great creation.
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EB member Mark of Falworth has created another masterpiece! Stunning brickwork, amazing details, and great minifig action bring this creation to life. It really showcases Marks ability to create spectacular landscapes rich in texture, color, and interesting building techniques. Truly a work of art by a great artist!
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Maydayartist has created this gorgeous masterpiece he calls Colonial Harbor Scene. There's a lot of huge buildings in this MOC, as well as a large ship you can see if you follow the link to the forums. The cobblestone street is my personal favorite part, but there are many great designs throughout! Even the Photoshop images are stunning.
I implore you to head over to the forum and check out what he's built!
First time poster Takkata has shared this massive creation The Falls of Skara Kikos. It depicts some stunning rock creations and great use of color to add realism. The bridges are a nice touch as are all the creatures scattered throughout the scene. The hut in the center utilizes some creative build techniques and almost resembles something from the Ewok Village. His flickr page even has a time lapse video of this build.
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Floating around the forum lately has been this beautiful scene, The Courtroom from the 18th Century. It was created by user Dzoni90 and his brother. The statues in this scene are very fun, as is the second level with all the onlookers. It's a perfect use of the Collectible Minifigure Series 9 Judge, but there's also some other great uses of minifigures from the past.
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Eb member Ben King presented his latest creation, an amazing pirate MOC! It has some wonderful details like the excellent rock work, palm trees, great foliage, and nice water.
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