Dioramas Archive

Imperial Port Display by Grimmbeard

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013
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Drop anchor here, lads!

Our own Grimmbeard built this impressive display for the inaugural Scouting for Bricks event in Virginia. Featuring his own custom ships, as well as a fortified Bluecoat stronghold, this "Best In Show" winner is definitely deserving of the title!

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Spanish fort under English siege by pucelabricks

Saturday, May 18th, 2013

Spanish fort under English siege!

Eurobricks user pucelabricks shares with us this excellent Spanish fort.  Unveiled at Madbrick 2013 in Madrid Spain,  this MOC is packed full of intricate details, and is sure to please all LEGO pirate fans!

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Giant Pirate Diorama by Belug Members

Friday, May 10th, 2013
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A birds-eye view of this massive scene.

This monstrous diorama, originally presented at Brickmania Wetteren 2013, is the result of the cumulative efforts of Eurobricks users Damaximus, Sebeus I, synbiote, and J.L. Hornblower. Clocking in at a whopping 736x384 studs, this scene features everything from a bustling city port to a replica of the Flying Dutchman as seen in the Pirates of the Caribbean films!

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Set 1592 – Town Square: Remade by Invicta Bricks

Sunday, April 21st, 2013
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The First Capture and Attempted Deportation of Captain Jim

Invicta Bricks has remade the classic pirate set 1592 Town Square with modern styling and flesh color figs. The build is extremely detailed and very sharp and clean. It does a great job of being recognizable as the classic pirate set while adding the great detailing and colors that we have come to expect from modern sets.

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High Tide Vengeance…by Mark of Falworth

Thursday, March 14th, 2013
High Tide Vengeance

A Bullet to the First Enemy Head!

What be the signal, cap'n? Mark of Falworth does it again in another thrilling LEGO Pirate MOC! Using his trademark water technique, along with amazing foliage, he continues his action-packed story!

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A Day of the Pirates’ Life by KZB

Sunday, March 10th, 2013
A Day of the Pirates' Life

A Day of the Pirates' Life

Yo-ho, yo-ho, a pirate's life for me! This busy diorama by Eurobricks member KZB depicts the hustle-and-bustle lifestyle of a merry band of pirates on an island in the middle of the ocean. Of particular note are the small ship made from a dinghy and the very realistic water. Watch out for those sharks!

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Blasted Ashore! by Mark of Falworth

Wednesday, March 6th, 2013
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We've got them this time!

All the action in this scene will blow you away. Will the pirates escape the mighty Spanish galleon or will they be hauled back to face the gallows? Mark of Falworth dazzles us with his newest dynamic scene full of life.

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“Now What?…” by Mark of Falworth

Friday, February 22nd, 2013
"Now What?..."

How We Gonna Row With One Paddle?

Row fer yer lives, men! Using a nice water technique along with a creative story, Eurobricks user Mark of Falworth leaves the audience hanging (or sinking) with this great new MOC.

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