Dioramas Archive

Maya, Inca, and Aztec Diorama by Subix

Sunday, December 1st, 2013

Maya, Inca, Aztec Diorama

Eurobricks member Subix created this awesome Mesoamerican diorama for his local LUG. The main temple modeled after Temple I in Tikal, and smaller buildings in other architectural styles of the ancients.  Subix has managed to pack many details in this MOC, including custom made stickers, and lights in the temples.  If your a fan of Mesoamerican history like I am, this is one MOC you will not want to miss!

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Well, that’s something brilliant! by Lego Kocka

Tuesday, November 26th, 2013
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Those waters seem a bit choppy today!

It's possible none of us has seen this before, and it's about time we do. Though it is a bit old, it's still a wonderful build. Lego Kocka has posted this moc on Facebook a while ago, but it deserves some attention here for some great timeless techniques and an overall neat and clean build.

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Brick Mania Antwerpen – Pirate Layout by Sebeus I et al.

Thursday, November 14th, 2013
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No touching!

Several of Eurobricks' own, including Bonaparte and Sebeus I, collaborated on this massive display for Brick Mania Antwerpen. With 12 ships, 4 forts, 2 islands, and somewhere in the neighbourhood of 1000 minifigs, this might just be the largest Pirates display we've ever seen!

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Port Callao Invasion by El_Pirotecnico

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013
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Port Callao Invasion

Eurobricks newcomer El_Pirotecnico has made a memorable first impression with this diorama, which he built for an expo in his native Peru. Featuring a mix of MOCs and official sets, old and new, the result is a very busy scene with tons of hidden details.

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Matthew Hurt’s Treasure Island – Bristol

Friday, September 27th, 2013
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"Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum!"

Matthew Hurt brings us this wonderful bustling port. The ship has arrived and the crew is unloading the goods. The tight design of each building really brings a sense of life to the whole scene. There are many close-up photos to see all the intricate details of the ship, house, and stonework so be sure to click through to the forum.

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Beware the Tikis! by sweetsha

Thursday, September 12th, 2013
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An island paradise? Not likely.

Eurobricks member sweetsha built this amusing island scene to show off his CMF Tiki Warriors, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy it! Of particular note are the snake statue and the adorably carnivorous man-eating plants. These bumbling pirates are definitely in over their heads!

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Pirate Paradise by Mark of Falworth

Friday, August 23rd, 2013

Pirate Paradise!

Mark of Falworth has done it again!  Built by Mark and his brother Steven for an Iron Builder match up against other builders, this moc has great details!  This was a seed part challenge using the green flexible spike.  From the looks of it they have a good chance at winning!

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Red Coats Beach Defense by ACPin

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013
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No pirates will drop anchor here!

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!

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