Miscellaneous Archive

Dead Man Tell No Tales by Sir Nadroj

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

Dead Man Tell No Tales

Ye be warned, Pirates!

Sir Nadroj built this great scene from the first Pirates of the Caribbean film during his time working with the LEGO group. The rock work, water, and minifigures make me wish this was a real set.

Discuss Dead Man Tell No Tales in the forum.

Matthew Hurt’s “At The Sign of The Spyglass”

Thursday, October 4th, 2012

"At The Sign of The Spyglass"

The Spyglass

Matthew Hurt constructed a small inn based off the one in Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island. The details include great woodwork, a clever "spyglass" sign, and the classic ship wheel piece that looks great almost anywhere.

Discuss Matthew Hurt's "At The Sign of The Spyglass" 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.

Big Redcoat by Kerntechniker

Sunday, September 2nd, 2012

Big Redcoat

Look out Bluecoats!

What's better than one average sized Redcoat? Well a Bluecoat might say a dead one is better, but one might also say that a big Redcoat is better. Kerntechniker has sculpted this towering colossus of a Redcoat. The height, shaping, and details on this statue are great.

Discuss the Big Redcoat in the forums.

Lighthouse by BardJaskier

Sunday, August 5th, 2012

Work from Home

Lighthouses crop up a lot in the pirates theme, but it's not so common to see a whole little scene built up for it. Instead of just having a stone building on a rock island, BardJaskier has created a great little scene here with some surprising details and a very nice lighthouse too!

Discuss Lighthouse in the forum!

Don’t look behind now by Evildead

Wednesday, July 11th, 2012

Don't look behind now!

Don't look back!

Evildead depicts a giant squid chasing after a light snack. The poor pirate seems to be in quite a panic. The details on the squid are great, and the water technique is unique and different from what is usually seen when depicting water in Lego form.

Discuss Don't Look Behind Now in the forum.

KadasBence’s Map Vendor

Monday, June 18th, 2012

The Map Vendor

A Map Vendor and his cart

Flickr user KadasBence recently built this splendid little cart for a map vendor. This scurvy salesman goes about selling maps to fellow pirates who are in need of instructions to a specific location, whether it leads them to some buried treasure or the nearest drinking tavern. The lovely little details make this cart and minifigure superb, and the whole style feels reminiscent of LEGO's Classic Pirates theme.

Buy a map, and then discuss the Map Vendor in the forum.

Libertatia Microfigura by V&A Steamworks

Monday, May 28th, 2012
Libertatia Microfigura by V&A Steamworks

A Tiny Big Scene

The first thing to catch my eye was the use of microfigures which drew me in deeper, and that's when I noticed all the great stuff here. A whole port built on a 16x32 baseplate (plus a little overhang) and the ocean side the same size with a great little ship. The dock itself is my favorite part and it looks perfect for the microfigure world, but there are lots of little details to see like the buildings and the ship.

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