Land Based Archive

Hurry Gibbs by majkol87

Monday, January 28th, 2013

Get Moving, Trouble Comes

It's not often we see such a great mix of rock work, architecture, and landscape in a small pirate build, but majkol87 has really come out swinging with his first MOC. Lots of details packed into this small scene from Pirates of the Caribbean. Check out all the photos to see what Jack and Gibbs are running from as they head straight for the house.

Discuss Hurry Gibbs in the forum.

The Bell Tower by eurotrash

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013

The Bell Tolls for None

Utilizing some great detailing techniques and adding a bit of action, eurotrash has created this solid crumbling bell tower. Jack Sparrow and Wil Turner are just watching the redcoats taking care of some repairs or maybe even stealing some supplies. At least the horse can get a short water break.

Discuss The Bell Tower in the forum.

Treasure on the Mind by wunztwice

Monday, December 3rd, 2012
Treasure on the Mind by wunztwice

This island reminds me of something...

While almost everyone will be looking at this island thinking "what a weird shape", every Classic Pirate fan will shed a tear for sure, seeing this fantastic land-based rendition of the classic Lego Jolly Roger flag.

Discuss Treasure on the Mind in the forum.

The Spanish Fort by TheBrickAvenger

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

LEGO Pirate Spanish Fort MOC TheBrickAvenger

Lights, camera, awesome!

Another new creation by TheBrickAvenger shows the power of good photography.  The build is clean and beautiful, I especially like the two-tone sand and the palm tree, but the MOC is enhanced greatly by the perfectly clean background and evenly lit photo.

Sharpen your photography skills then discuss The Spanish Fort in the forum.

Tear in the Sand by Petronel

Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

Tear in the Sand

The pirates travel the desert in search of water.

It isn't every day you see a band of pirates in the middle of a dry desert. Petronel tells the story of a group of pirates in search of the world's purest water. The landscaping, architecture, and pirate crew are worthy of note when discussing the great details on this awesome LEGO creation.

Read the story and discuss Tear in the Sand in the forum.

Pirate Lagoon by TheBrickAvenger

Saturday, September 8th, 2012
LEGO Pirate Lagoon MOC TheBrickAvenger

Inspiration can come from odd places...

Inspiration can come from many places.  TheBrickAvenger based this MOC on a PLAYMOBIL® set by the same name.  TheBrickAvenger's version is packed with fine details like brick-built cannons and bird, a dinosaur tail palm tree and the subtle and well executed ground shading.  As a bonus bit of fun, see if you can spot all the collectible minifigure parts used in this MOC as well.

Look for inspiration in a strange place, then discuss Pirate Lagoon in the forum.

Treasure Cave by Mark of Falworth

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

Treasure Cave

A band of pirates reclaim their hidden treasure.

This magnificent diorama by Mark of Falworth depicts some pirates visiting their treasure cave. The scurvy band of misfits have apparently reclaimed their loot and are taking it out of the cavern. There are many noteworthy details including the sea weed, foliage, and the water technique that Mark has become well known for.

Marvel at the details, and then discuss the Treasure Cave in the forum.

Hut and Statue by Mariko

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

Islander hut and statue

An Islander and his pig share this lovely hut!

Islanders have always been a fun branch off of the Pirate's theme. Mariko brings us this lovely hut and statue built for every common Islander to enjoy. With an awesome statue, tiki torches, and a pig by their side, who wouldn't want to visit this lovely home?

Discuss the hut and statue in the forum.



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