Imperial Guards Archive

Pirates Prison by TheBrickAvenger

Sunday, September 23rd, 2012

The dog won't help you.

TheBrickAvenger has taken it upon himself to recreate some Playmobile sets in LEGO form. This is his second set and it came out looking at least ten times better than the source material. I especially like the look of the prison walls where he has mixed  plates and tiles to give it a real stone feel, as well as the mixing in of a few darker pieces to break up the solid color a bit. Check out the rest of the pictures on the forum, and you'll see the prison has a moving door  and the great details on the dock too.

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Big Redcoat by Kerntechniker

Sunday, September 2nd, 2012

Big Redcoat

Look out Bluecoats!

What's better than one average sized Redcoat? Well a Bluecoat might say a dead one is better, but one might also say that a big Redcoat is better. Kerntechniker has sculpted this towering colossus of a Redcoat. The height, shaping, and details on this statue are great.

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Imperial Trading Post Redux by Peter deYeule

Sunday, November 20th, 2011

LEGO Pirate MOC Imperial Trading Post Redux by Peter deYeule

Imperial Trading Post Redux... Redux...

This is not just another ForbiddenCove.com Jolly Roger Contest entry, this is a beautiful re-imagining of a classic pirate set.  Peter deYeule's version of the classic set really does feel like a place where merchants bring their wares.  The highlights of Peter's version include a light house on the tiled docks, two well built cranes and a great, updated trading ship.

Discuss Imperial Trading Post Redux by Peter deYeule in the forum.

The Hunt for Redcoats by TheBrickAvenger

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

Look at those great minifigs!

Eurobricks member TheBrickAvenger may forever change our opinion on "fleshies".  Using minifigure parts from LEGO® Prince of Persia™ and LEGO® Pirates of the Caribbean™ lines makes the detailed characters in this action sequence superb.  The minifigures,  interesting angles of the base and building backdrop as well as TheBrickAvenger's excellent photography skills make this a scene worth checking out.

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The Outpost, 1700s by Brickdoctor

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011
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Flex tube arms, a SNOT wall, an interesting bird and more!

This MOC may seem quite small and easy to you. But think again, because Eurobricks member Brickdoctor accompanies his photographs with a rather long and interesting story about the used techniques. This creation can be very inspirational to people with a small number of LEGOs and great ideas.

Be sure to check out The Outpost, 1700s by Brickdoctor in the forum.

Fortress ‘De Ruyter’ by Bjornu

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

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A well-defended fortress.

A new and impressive fortress has been made by Eurobricks member Bjornu. It sure pays honour to the Dutch admiral Michiel de Ruyter, with a harbour, cannons and strong walls. And it's filled with soldiers!

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WIP: Phantom MkII by ZCerberus – updated!

Thursday, December 9th, 2010
Phantom MkII by ZCerberus, a work in progress LEGO ship

Pretty impressive, isn't it?

As you may remember from our previous blog entries (here, here and here), Classic-Pirates.com and Eurobricks user ZCerberus has been working (for over a year now!) on an enormous MOC ship called the Phantom MkII.

Recently he's posted some more updates, including pictures of the bow. This ship is going to be a masterpiece when it's finished!

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The Little Outpost by Nick McLego

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

The Little Outpost for the Imperial Guards - a LEGO creation by Nick McLego

Cute, isn't it?

Check out this sweet little land-based MOC made by new Classic-Pirates.com and Eurobricks user Nick McLego. It's the very first creation he shared with us and you must admit it's a pretty good way to introduce oneself!

There's a whole lot of detail for a MOC this size, including a cave, the interior of the outpost itself and even a small ship!

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