Dioramas Archive

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.

See all of Brickbeard's last stand in the forum

Caribbean Fortress by Erdbeereis

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

Click here to see this Moc in the forum!

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.

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