Dioramas Archive

Jungle Adventure by Corioso

Friday, August 24th, 2012
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Crossing the Bridge

Corioso has created this wonderful diorama with a group of Spanish explorers crossing a rickety bridge. The minifig combinations here really work great and there is a lot of life in the posing of them. The build itself has many great techniques including SNOT, wonderful slope sculpting, and some really nice riverside trees. You owe it to yourself to take a look at the thread for some great closeup photos.

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Get on yer boat! by Thoy Bradley

Wednesday, July 25th, 2012
Get on yer boat! by Thoy Bradley

Gators Must Like Wine

It doesn't take a lot of brick to build an interesting scene. Thoy Bradley has done a great job here showing the dynamic water of the river as the captain escapes from a crocodile with his precious wine. I really like all the vegetation along the river banks and the water bubbles give a great sense of movement and direction.

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Don’t look behind now by Evildead

Wednesday, July 11th, 2012

Don't look behind now!

Don't look back!

Evildead depicts a giant squid chasing after a light snack. The poor pirate seems to be in quite a panic. The details on the squid are great, and the water technique is unique and different from what is usually seen when depicting water in Lego form.

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The Tower at Black Rock by JimKeepers

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012
Black Rock Tower

The Tower at Black Rock

Flickr user JimKeepers recently constructed this unique scene. A small pirate band of misfits row toward a tall watch tower encrusted against a rocky black shore. The water, tower, and black rocks help make this small diorama eye catching and worth a look.

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Fortress in Caribbean by Brian Abildgaard

Thursday, March 15th, 2012
Fortress in Caribbean, a Pirate LEGO MOC by Brian Abildgaard

Simply stunning!

Check out this amazing giant MOC built by MOCpages user Brian Abildgaard. There's so much going on in here that it's virtually impossible to describe it, so there's no point in even trying. Just follow the link and see more pictures of this outstanding LEGO creation!

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Turtle Bay by Diidy

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

The incredibly clever Turtle bay

Eurobricks member Diidy brings us a wonderful diorama called Turtle Island. There are more specialized building techniques in this one Diorama than you can shake a fist at. From the Turtle to the two roofs to the chimney and chimney smoke, there is a lot packed into Turtle Island.

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CGI Pirate Scene by mali

Saturday, October 29th, 2011
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A modern recreation of classic Pirate sets...

Eurobricks member mali has created an amazing pirate scene featuring several classic Pirate sets, all lovingly rendered using 3ds Max and LeoCAD.  That's right; each and every brick in this amazing scene is a computer generated image!  Mali's scene includes the Lagoon Lock-up, the Eldorado Fortress, and several variations on the Caribbean Clipper.  Be sure to check out the excellent fly through animation!

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Puerto de la Cruz exhibition by Daniel G & Captain K.

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011
Puerto de la Cruz, a public exhibition of a MOC by Daniel G. and Captain K.

A pirate world on a table!

We've already discussed this wonderful MOC called Puerto de la Cruz - built by Classic-Pirates.com users Daniel G & Captain K. However this is an upgraded version, also now we can see the pictures of it being shown to the public during an exhibition. Take a look once more at this enormous creation!

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The Battle of Eylau by TheBrickAvenger

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

The Battle of Eylau, a historical LEGO MOC by TheBrickAvenger

8 February 1807

Classic-Pirates.com user TheBrickAvenger presents a historical MOC - the Napoleonic battle of Eylau, a bloody confrontation that took place in 1807. Check out all the amazing details, including the custom minifigs.

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Brickbeards last stand by Brickbaron

Monday, August 8th, 2011

He who falls behind, doesn't necessarily get left behind

This is much more than it seems, a hanging of a criminal Pirate, or a rescue mission. You must visit the Pirate Forum to see more of this scene, this is only a glimpse of the full picture. Brickbaron has created an incredible scene worth a details look.

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