Dioramas Archive

Caribbean Fortress by Erdbeereis

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

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Where are they going?

Erdbeereis has finally finished his huge Redcoat fortress. The Moc comes complete with pier and rich landscape. Particularly interesting is the architectural style and color scheme of the buildings. But it's worthwhile to discover the many other details. For example, his interesting way to build the water.

So come along and visit Caribbean Fortress by Erdbeereis in the Forum.

Port Marché Mediéval by Adrian86

Friday, April 15th, 2011

The Imperial Colony

With numerous sets that we all know and love, such as The Medieval Market, Kraken Attackin, and Loot Island just to name a few, this Diorama has it all. There is so much to see and it is truly a work of art.  Be sure to check it out in the forum for many more pictures.

See all the details of Port Marché Mediéval in the forum

My very first Pirates display by Captain Green Hair

Monday, February 7th, 2011

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A great battle with great ships!

Last weekend there was a LEGO show in Tielt, Belgium. There was only 1 pirate display, but a very good one. In a MOC full of action and humor, Eurobricks member Captain Green Hair shows us the finished product of his famous frigate from the tutorial Build a frigate with Captain Green Hair. This diorama also features an epic battle between Cpt. Blue Hair and Cpt. Green Hair. Which of the two Hairs seems the strongest?

Decide it for yourself in My very first Pirates display by Captain Green Hair.

Lighthouse by maydayartist

Monday, January 24th, 2011

Lighthouse by maydayartist

Out the stormy sea.

Better late then never! This outstanding lighthouse settled on a cliff over the shore was originally build for the 2010 Community Build, but never published until now. It's a great mood that comes to mind when you watch the fine vessel alongside the cliff, swaying in the waves. But there is more to discover like the working lighthouse fire and the scenic beauty.

So come along and visit Lighthouse by maydayartist in the Forum.

Ancient treasure by moc2

Monday, January 17th, 2011
The ancient treasure awaits.

All Pirates want treasure, some is easy to find, and some is not.  Eurobricks member moc2 brings us this simple yet beautiful MOC showing how inviting some treasure may be. With clever lighting a great effect is achieved, and it looks great.

Be sure to comment on ancient treasure in the Pirate Forum

Port Stinemouth by kabel

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011
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A port with mysterious water...

Eurobricks member kabel has made a very nice port full of activity and with many great details. There's also an interesting story linked to the village: "Stinemouth is a peacefull coastal village at the mouth of the 'Stine' river, and until recently there wasn't much going on here. However, legend has it, that the water form the village's well contains the world's best drinking water, as it is said to cure and protect from scurvy and other typical sailors' diseases..."

To explore the village and read the full story, visit Port Stinemouth by kabel in the forum!

Blimey, Pirates! by NewRight

Monday, September 20th, 2010
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You must be a very brave pirate if you want to attack this fort!

Redcoats, Bluecoats, pirates, a boat, a statue, a wall full of cannons, tropical trees, a monkey, special rifles, and a pirate shooting sideways in a very clever way. It's all there in NewRight's latest MOC "Blimey, Pirates!

Check out Blimey, Pirates by NewRight in the forum!

Fort McHenry by Blake Baer

Saturday, September 18th, 2010
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Not only a fort, but also a big ship!

Now and then Eurobricks gets a new member who immediately impresses everyone on the forum. Blake Baer is one of them. His first post on classic-pirates.com is a wonderful MOC full of action and the fort is excellent as well.

Find out more about Fort McHenry by Blake Baer in the forum!

2010 Brickworld Pirate Collaboration by mm falcon

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

 Flickr sometimes holds Pirate treasure we don't find in the classic-pirates forum on EB.  Mister Phes has found this gem in the rough and now you are seeing it too.  Flickr user mm falcon had a great setup at brickworld with multiple islands and both Pirates, and Islanders.  You really must see all  the pictures to get the whole picture, it's a great Pirate creation.

Comment on this Brickworld Pirate Creation in the forum.

Freelug’s Pirate little diorama by Guss

Friday, July 9th, 2010

A nice diorama, with 2(!) Imperial Flagships!

Guss finally has a new camera and a new job, so now he's ready to be back on Eurobricks! For the occasion, he shows us some pictures of his diorama at Japan Expo 2010, in Paris. It's a very nice one with a strange and funny combination of Space- and PirateLEGO. There are also a lof of fine buildings with great details, and things like spaceships coming out of a rock with forts and houses on top of it. And don't miss the poor guy in the barrel!

Check out Freelug's Pirate little diorama by Guss in the forum!

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