Dioramas Archive

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
pirates fort cannons bluecoats redcoats water snot

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
fort war rockets fire ship soldiers cannons beach water

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!

Tortuga- modular build by Swash Buckler

Thursday, July 1st, 2010
Pirate haven

The six modules together!

Eurobricks member Swash Buckler has been working on six modules, which create the harbour of Tortuga when connected to eachother! Each module is crammed with details, and each module is actually already a great creation on it's own. Tortuga is a cramped town, and Swash Buckler really gives it the feeling of the good old pirate days!

Discuss Modular Tortuga by Swash Buckler in the forum!

Fortress Redband by Tycho McKorley

Saturday, June 26th, 2010
A massive Imperial fortress

Fortress Redband

If a massive well layed out fortress is what you are looking for then look no further.  Tycho McKorley has delivered with Fortress Redband.  The details are phenomenal.  From a full barracks, a kitchen, a dining hall, a dungeon, an armory, and so much more that you really must see.  I cannot stress enough to view his flickr or brickshelf folder to view them all.  This is one stunning MOC.

Comment on Fortress Redband in the forum.



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