Land Based Archive

Fort Brighton East by ZCerberus Updated!

Saturday, September 12th, 2009

Fort Brighton East by ZCerbeus Updated on Classic-Pirates.com

One of the handfull of MOC experts who you would truly call a Pirate master has created a Pirate masterpiece. His name is ZCerberus and he is right in the middle of constructing an amazingly detailed harbour! With fortifications and a large church, the sheer size is enough to impress anyone before they even encounter the level of detail included in this stunning work!

See the latest updates in the Pirate forum!

WIP: Fort Monck by Commodore Hornbricker

Saturday, September 5th, 2009

WIP: Fort Monck by Commodore Hornbricker on Classic-Pirates.com

Commodore Hornbricker is in the process of constructing a brand new fort for his redcoats. It is indeed a mighty fort, just look at the above picture to see the mere beginning - it's huge! Fit for hundreds of men and 40 cannon, this is a powerful fort that would scare the shako off of any bluecoat minifig!

Check out WIP: Fort Monck by Commodore Hornbricker in the Pirate forum.

Soldier’s Harbor by Erdbeereis

Sunday, August 23rd, 2009

Soldier's HArbor by Erdbeereis on Classic-Pirates.com

Pirate forum Regulator Erdbeereis has been at work again with his superb creation Soldier's Harbor. With an innovative clear cheese technique for water, this is a very pleasing MOC to look at.

Sail to see Soldier's Harbor by Erdbeereis in the Pirate forum.

Mikhail’s Watch Modular Fortress by Fatespuppet

Friday, August 7th, 2009

Fatespuppet has brought us a new Modular fortress! Armed to to the teeth, Mikhail's Watch extends from the side of a rocky cliff to defend the coast.

Your Perfect modular base for your troops

The Perfect modular base for your troops

The base is the perfect coastal defense to defend from Pirates and other foes who oppose your Imperials. Around the back of the base is a hidden jetty and many more details and because it is modular you can easily rearrange and expand the fortress to your liking!

Discuss Mikhail's Watch by Fatespuppet in the Pirates forum.

Imperial City by NewRight

Wednesday, August 5th, 2009

Imperial City by NewRight on Classic-Pirates.com

With wonderful techniques hidden around every corner, and eye-pleasing scenes, NewRight has come up with a very high quality MOC to share with us. The small merchant town lined with cobblestone streets is a great piece that you should really have a look at.

So come and do so! See Imperial City by NewRight in the Pirates forum!

Pirate Island by maydayartist

Monday, July 27th, 2009

Pirate Island by maydayartist on Classic-Pirates.com

Member maydayartist has gone for quality and quantity in this imressive port MOC. With way to many features for a mere blog, only pictures can do this work justice!

So go and see Pirate Island by maydayartist in the Pirate forum!

St. Elizabeth Parish Church by Commodore Hornbricker

Saturday, July 18th, 2009

St. Elizabeth Parish Chuch in the Pirates forum

The recently knighted Commodore Sir Horatio marries Lady Barbara in this MOC. With outstanding architecture built into the church, this is certainly a structure to look up to. Boasting lovely rare colours such as tan and dark red, this is a beautiful creation, not to be missed!

Check it out in the Pirate forum!

Pirate Buildings by maydayartist

Thursday, July 16th, 2009
Captains House - one of the pirate buildings from maydayartists collection

'Captain's House' - one of the pirate buildings from maydayartist's collection

Eurobricks and Classic-Pirates.com member demonstrates that he really is a master of the brick with this wonderful collection of minifig scale Pirate buildings for his upcoming island. With 5 buildings complete and more to come, the series of structures all share the same level of intricate detail. When his island is complete, it will sure be a spetacle!

So what are ye waiting for? Head over to the Pirate forum to discuss the 5 Pirate island buildings by maydayartist!



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