Land Based Archive

The Battle of St. Lucia by Mark of Falworth

Sunday, August 10th, 2014

EB member Mark of Falworth has created another masterpiece!  Stunning brickwork, amazing details, and great minifig action bring this creation to life.  It really showcases Marks ability to create spectacular landscapes rich in texture, color, and interesting building techniques.  Truly a work of art by a great artist!

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Colonial Harbor Scene by Maydayartist

Wednesday, August 6th, 2014 Colonial Harbor Scene

Maydayartist has created this gorgeous masterpiece he calls Colonial Harbor Scene. There's a lot of huge buildings in this MOC, as well as a large ship you can see if you follow the link to the forums. The cobblestone street is my personal favorite part, but there are many great designs throughout! Even the Photoshop images are stunning.

I implore you to head over to the forum and check out what he's built!

The Falls of Skara Kikos by Takkata

Thursday, July 17th, 2014

First time poster Takkata  has shared this massive creation The Falls of Skara Kikos. It depicts some stunning rock creations and great use of color to add realism. The bridges are a nice touch as are all the creatures scattered throughout the scene. The hut in the center utilizes some creative build techniques and almost resembles something from the Ewok Village. His flickr page even has a time lapse video of this build.

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Lush Island Stash by Ben King

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

Eb member Ben King presented his latest creation, an amazing pirate MOC!  It has some wonderful details like the excellent rock work, palm trees, great foliage, and nice water.

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Harbour Town by Captain Braunsfeld

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014

Pirate MOCer Captain Braunsfeld has presented another great creation!  It is built on a raised baseplate, features excellent buildings, and has many play features.  Definitely worth checking out!

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Imperial Fort by Disco86

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

Eurobricks member Disco86 has built this lovely diorama of a bluecoat fort, with its own ship to boot! Inspired by such sets as 6276 El Dorado Fortress and 6280 Armada Flagship, this build features some neat interior scenes, some creative use of masonry bricks, and even a seagull or two!

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Santa Catalina’s Fortress by PRETORIANO

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

EB member PRETORIANO shared his latest creation, and it's a show stopper!  Absolutely stunning work that's  packed with amazing details like the rock work, roofs, stone walls, etc.  Built on 24 baseplates and using 35,000 pieces this is a true work of art.  Also, this is just one part of a larger planned diorama!

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Aztec Sacrifice by Thrash

Thursday, May 8th, 2014

Aztec Sacrifice

A new user recently bumped an old topic and much to my surprise it was Aztec themed, I'm a sucker for anything Mesoamerican.  Eb member and BrickWarriors creator Thrash created this excellent scene depicting ritual human sacrifice complete with custom torsos and weapons.  If your into that, this is one MOC you'll want to check out!

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Small Soldiers’ Outpost by Mestari

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014
Small Soldiers' Outpost

Small Soldiers' Outpost

Eurobricks member Mestari has shared with us his first pirate MOC! He has built a small outpost for a couple soldiers and it looks like something straight from the 1990's pirate theme! Even with its classic feel, there are some modern updates, such as a custom Governor's daughter.  She's probably the one who planted all the flowers. Mestari was even nice enough to upload instructions for this set if you wish to build it yourself.

Hit up the forum to view more pictures or get the instructions for Small Soldiers' Outpost!

Pirates Hideout by Legonardo

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014
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Pass me another bottle

The amazing angles on this little shack will get you wondering "How". Throughout the build, Legonardo has used parts in wonderful unintended ways. There are quite a few very nice close up detail photos in the post. All the strange angles in the build really make for a lively scene even though it has no live minifigures roaming.

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