Kris Kelvin has packed in incredible detail - but it's the brick and woodwork that really turn the heads.
Land Based Archive
Stranded on a remote island - but wait! Is that the wreckage of a ship? It appears our intrepid hero has constructed shelter from whatever he could muster and somehow gathered a fine selection of food. How he baked that bread we may never know...
See the shipwreck for yourself and discuss to your heart's content!
Bonaparte presents us with an amazing Brickshelf find. Cranium Crag, as called by it's builder Legohaulic, is a masterpiece in many ways. With it's characters, shape, interior - not to mention the fantastic aplications of SNOT, this is a MOC not to be missed. If only the builder would make himself known on Eurobricks!
Discuss this wonderful LEGO® creation in the Pirate Forum.
oo7 gives us another amazing MOC. This time a lighthouse placed upon a sheer cliff face - Will it keep ships safe at night? oo7 has used intuitive building techniques to really make it special.
Discuss it in the forum or look at the rest of the pictures.
by Cpt. Pegleg Blockbeard
Ever thought, "LEGO Digital Designer is great for trains, but for pirates, it's terrible"? Well now, Cpt. Pegleg Blockbeard has proved you wrong with his new MOC, the Imperial Trading Post Remix - LDD Style. It is a great MOC, utilising clever techniques and ideas into creating an Imperial Trading Post inspired merchant port. You need to see this one properly to fully grasp its complete creativity!
"It is a vile drink that turns even the most respectable men into complete scoundrels!"
So says Elizabeth Swann. Yet every pirate needs his heavenly elixir, so what better way to get it than through I Scream Clone's Rum Trade? Great landscaping, waves and a crow's nest top it all off, but rum remains - and always will - at the heart of a pirate's life!
Behold the Volcano Island! In the heart of this calm and pleasant Island is a fiery volcano.. and that volcano demands a sacrifice!
Duke's latest is a wonderfully tranquil island with lucious vegetation, chattering monkeys and a bathing pool. Only... watch out for the fiery volcano and inevitable sacrifice!
Evildead's scene is reminiscent of classical Pirate sets, yet retains the aura of a fine MOC, capturing the slightly shanty-town-esque feel of the real-life port which inspired this. Watch out for the rat wars!
This port has an Inn with a bar, two bedrooms and a warehouse with a working crane. All the roofs and rooms are detachable. This turns the moc even more playable!