Dioramas Archive

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!

Read on and Share your Thoughts on High Tide Vengeance... in the Forum.

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!

Discuss A Day of the Pirates' Life in the forum.

Blasted Ashore! by Mark of Falworth

Wednesday, March 6th, 2013
Discuss Blasted Ashore! in the forum

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.

Discuss Blasted Ashore! in the forum.

“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.

Read the story and share your thoughts on "Now What?..." in the forum.

Spanish Colonization of Latin America by ACPin

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Spanish Colonization of Latin America

This great scene comes to us from ACPin and features many Spanish Conquistadors arriving to the small island to talk to the natives. Be sure to check out all the photos and get a good look at the excellent water detailing and simple but effective vegetation.

Discuss Spanish Colonization of Latin America in the forum.

Soldier’s Bastion in Tortuga By Zergu

Monday, November 26th, 2012

The Soldier's Bastion

Fear the wrath of - Is that a Hello Kitty flag!?

Zergu just completed a great diorama of a Redcoat Bastion. They are quite the army and shouldn't be messed with. Still, they better not let the Bluecoats see their flag or they'll never hear the end of it.

Discuss the Soldier's Bastion in the forum.

Mark of Tortuga Strikes again! by Mark of Falworth

Sunday, October 28th, 2012

Big power in a small package.

Everyone loves a good underdog story, well here's one on the high seas! One little canon, will they be able to take out the ship and head home with much needed gold and rum? It's going well so far!

Discuss Mark of Tortuga Strikes again! in the forum.

Matthew Hurt’s “At The Sign of The Spyglass”

Thursday, October 4th, 2012

"At The Sign of The Spyglass"

The Spyglass

Matthew Hurt constructed a small inn based off the one in Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island. The details include great woodwork, a clever "spyglass" sign, and the classic ship wheel piece that looks great almost anywhere.

Discuss Matthew Hurt's "At The Sign of The Spyglass" in the forum.

French Spanish Skirmish by ACPin

Monday, September 10th, 2012

Faites-leur les garçons!

Looks like the French have set up an ambush for the Spanish soldiers in ACPin's latest creation. Goes to show that sometimes you can use some larger LEGO elements such as raised baseplates and printed wall bricks to create an interesting scene. All the greenery really pulls the whole thing together and makes me wonder what happened next!

Discuss French Spanish Skirmish in the forum.

Treasure Cave by Mark of Falworth

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

Treasure Cave

A band of pirates reclaim their hidden treasure.

This magnificent diorama by Mark of Falworth depicts some pirates visiting their treasure cave. The scurvy band of misfits have apparently reclaimed their loot and are taking it out of the cavern. There are many noteworthy details including the sea weed, foliage, and the water technique that Mark has become well known for.

Marvel at the details, and then discuss the Treasure Cave in the forum.



LEGO Company Ltd


Classic-Pirates.com is an unofficial Pirate LEGO® fan website which is not endorsed by the LEGO® Group. Please visit www.LEGO.com