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Shine on Little Lighthouse by Walt

Sunday, April 29th, 2012

LEGO Pirate Shine on Little Lighthouse MOC Walt

This little lighthouse of mine, I'm going to let it shine!

Classic-Pirates.com's own new blogger Walt shows he can do more than write articles with this beautiful lighthouse.  If you don't fall in love with the gorgeous water, great rock technique or awesome working light tower, maybe you will fall in love with the details like an adorable sandcastle, creative brick-built birds or the excellent mini black ship model.  Welcome to Classic-Pirates Walt!

Watch the coastline, then discuss Shine on Little Lighthouse in the forum.

Port Cantina by George G

Thursday, April 5th, 2012

A long long long time ago, in a tavern near you

What do you get when you mix Star Wars and Pirates? Port Cantina of course.  There are lots of fun details to see and there are many more pictures to see, including a lineup of his mixed up cast. I think Jack is lost.

Comment on this Port Cantina in the forum.

Waterfall by rdennis81

Friday, March 30th, 2012
Waterfall - a LEGO MOC by rdennis81

Marvellous!

This lovely seashore with a waterfall was built by Brickshelf user rdennis81 (full name Ryan Dennis). As you can see, it's a really, really big MOC, and it also includes a cave, a mine, and you can even take a peek at what goes on under the water surface. It's definitely a good scenery for some pirate action!

Discuss Waterfall in the forum!

Church of the Holy Spirit by Corioso

Wednesday, March 28th, 2012

Church of the Holy Spirit, a LEGO MOC by Corioso

First building of a new town

Classic-Pirates.com user Corioso presents his latest MOC - Church of the Holy Spirit, which is going to be a part of an all-new Caribbean town he's planning to build. So far the project looks very promising, wouldn't you agree?

Discuss Church of the Holy Spirit in the forum!

Castaway Island by Flare

Monday, March 26th, 2012

LEGO Pirate Castaway Island MOC Flare

Wilson... WILSON!!

Eurobricks member Flare dazzles us with this incredibly detailed creation of a castaway's island built for MOCpages' MocAthalon.  There are so many details to check out, it is hard to know where to begin.  There are the rocks with evidence of the ship wreck, the brick built banana tree, the treasure cave, the stored supplies the castaway must have been able to salvage, the S.O.S on the beach, the islander's idol, the remains of other castaways who weren't as luck, and even a hidden interloper in a barrel!

Signal your S.O.S then discuss Castaway Island in the forum.

Without a Paddle by Captain Beerbeard

Sunday, March 11th, 2012

He probably floated for days

Captain Beerbeard brings us an unfortunate scene of a Pirate lost without a paddle. The water technique is really well done and you can tell it took time, judging from all those clear pieces. A great scene that would fit perfectly in any Pirate story.

Be sure to comment on Without a Paddle in the forum!

Pirates Lair by Captain Heineken

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

If you're a Pirate you'll find what you need here.

Captain Heineken is no stranger to the Classic-Pirates.com front page and today he presents the Pirates lair. It's a simple MOC with all the right details, from Pirates on guard, cleaning up, a blue coat on the advance, and a parrot or two.

Comment on Pirates Lair in the forum.

Rum Runners by Roboslob92

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Rum Runners, a Pirate LEGO creation by Roboslob92

We all love rum!

Please take a look at this MOC built by Flickr user Roboslob92. As the creator describes it, it's a small island used to transit rum tax free. Not a big creation indeed, but it looks very nice and in fact might work as a genuine LEGO set.

Discuss Rum Runners in the forum!



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