Miscellaneous Archive

(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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USS Monitor by Mr Misty

Saturday, August 31st, 2013

USS Monitor

Eurobricks member Mr Misty created this excellent rendition of the famous Civil War ironclad!  Excellent use of 4 x 6 modified plates to mimic the iron plates used for armor.  While not pirates, it is within the Age of Sail and fits in nicely in the pirates forum.

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“This is just like what the Greeks done at Troy” by “LL”

Sunday, May 12th, 2013

POTC Scene!

In his latest MOC, Eurobricks member "LL" has created an iconic scene from Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.  Packed full of interesting parts usage, excellent building techniques, and a forced perspective, this MOC captures the scene perfectly!

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6267 Lagoon Lock-Up REDUX by the_real_punch

Monday, April 15th, 2013
Not so rickety fort.

Not so rickety fort.

Courtesy of the_real_punch, here is very nice upgrade to the classic pirate set 6267 Lagoon Lock-Up. As well as finishing and strengthening the fort with more modern build techniques, the addition of a snot base gives a clean look to the build. There are just enough details in the surroundings to tie the whole scene together and not complicate it.

Discuss Lagoon Lock-Up Redux in the forum.

Captain Jimmy by Jalkow

Monday, March 18th, 2013
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Make sure to get my good side, lads!

Jalkow has created this scurvy-looking scoundrel for a contest at Forbiddencove, but was kind enough to share it with us nonetheless! The red crowbars make for a very shaggy beard and the minifig torsos create a nice raised-eyebrow effect. Looks like he's already planning his next looting!

Discuss Captain Jimmy in the forum.

Officer’s Furniture by WesVDell

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Spruce Up Your Room

Simply detailed. Adding these furniture items to an Officer's cabin is a great final touch to a ship or even as part of a vignette or comic scene. It's great how WesVDell has created some iconic furniture and kept it in a nice minifig scale without looking bulky or out of place.

Discuss Officer's Furniture on the forum.



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