Miscellaneous Archive

Thar be Pirates! by Vitreolum

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014

Thar be Pirates!

Eb member Vitreolum came up with some very clever part usage with this excellent pirate themed MOC!  This creation has it all - hooks, parrots, swords, and treasure!  Truly a great MOC that will please any pirate fan.

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The Falls of Skara Kikos by Takkata

Thursday, July 17th, 2014
The Falls of Skara Kikos

The Falls of Skara Kikos

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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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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Star Wars Pirate Figbarf by Adam Dodge

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014
Star Wars Figbar

Star Wars Figbarf

Flickr user Adam Dodge has posted this creative picture of pirate figures meant to represent characters from the Star Wars universe. It's a great idea and well executed, as any Star Wars fan should be able to identify who the figures represent. He has incorporated pieces from classic pirates all the way to pieces from Pirates of the Caribbean and even other themes. If you check out his photostream he also has some other great creations.

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Captain Redbeard Blindeye by Sparkytron

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Captain Redbeard Blindeye

Flickr user and EB member Sparkytron constructed this awesome Bionicle pirate.  This is something we don't see often in the Pirates forum or in the Bionicle realm for that matter.  Very creative part usage, and building techniques almost make this model come alive.  This truly is the best Bionicle MOC ever!

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(Micro) Pirates of the Caribbean by Anonymous Bricks

Friday, February 14th, 2014
(Micro) Pirates of the Caribbean

(Micro) Pirates of the Caribbean

Flickr user Anonymous Bricks has uploaded this creative micro build using only 11 pieces! Some parts are cleverly used, such as the Bionicle head and the plastic waterfall sheet from the Fountain of Youth set. This small display goes to show that you don't always need to build a huge creation to showcase creativity.

Discuss Pirates of the Caribbean micro build over in the forum!

Venetian War Galley by Mark of Falworth

Thursday, January 30th, 2014
Venetian War Galley

Venetian War Galley

Eurobricks member Mark of Falworth has shared with us his unique galley aptly named the Venetian War Galley! Even with its compact design, Mark managed to incorporate a lot of historically accurate features. The deck is also packed with a mighty crew and great minifugre creations. I personally enjoy the rudder design and the forward facing cannons.

Check out the forum to see more of the Venetian War Galley!

Maya, Inca, and Aztec Diorama by Subix

Sunday, December 1st, 2013

Maya, Inca, Aztec Diorama

Eurobricks member Subix created this awesome Mesoamerican diorama for his local LUG. The main temple modeled after Temple I in Tikal, and smaller buildings in other architectural styles of the ancients.  Subix has managed to pack many details in this MOC, including custom made stickers, and lights in the temples.  If your a fan of Mesoamerican history like I am, this is one MOC you will not want to miss!

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