Miscellaneous Archive

PTVII: Back To Work! by Ratshot

Sunday, December 27th, 2009
Teamwork!

Teamwork!

Now that there's not a strong need for soldiers and nothing for the pirates to pillage, unemployment levels rise, to unbelievable heights. To counter this issue, the governments of all the different groups Redcoats, Bluecoats and Pirates start work projects like bridge building, road repairing and mass farming.

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PTVII: Skeet Club by Ratshot

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009
The first contest, a skeet tournament

The first contest, a skeet tournament

Pirate captains often suffer from 'Post- war Syndrome', a long hatred for their enemies. After regular visits to the crazy house the waring captains are given a regime where they are set against each other in a number of contests.  Only time will tell to see if these contests really work out, or if they'll just increase the tension.

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Captain Morgan: Scourge of the Pond by 2 Much Caffeine

Saturday, August 22nd, 2009

Hey peeps,

We saw this and thought it was brilliant, such a small model but with so much life, detail and humour. We especially like how 2 Much Caffeine did the smoke for the cannon ball and the expressions on the people's faces.

Captain Morgan: Scourge of the Pond by 2 Much Caffeine

Captain Morgan: Scourge of the Pond

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BigFig Redbeard by countblockula

Sunday, August 16th, 2009
BigFig Redbeard by countblockula

BigFigs aren't something we see every day - check it out!

From a Flickr search, this BigFig Captain Redbeard has turned up! It is not only wonderful to look at, it also is packed with functions like these:

  • Head can rotate
  • Face / hairpiece can be customized
  • Arms are connected with Technic axles to prevent "drooping" when holding objects
  • Hands can rotate
  • Torso and hip-piece fronts and backs can be customized
  • Legs are connected using Technic rotating / ratcheting click hinges, allowing for some rotation backward and full 90 degree rotation forward (into the seated position)
  • Head, arms, hands, hips and legs all separate in the same places that a regular-sized minifig's do
  • The rear and bottoms of the legs have "holes" built into them to resemble those on the legs of a regular-sized minifig and are spaced so as to fit onto "studs" built 2x2 and spaced 2 studs apart from one another

This is a great MOC full of pleasing details, features and suprises.

Check it out in the Pirate forum!

Calamari Calamity! by 2 Much Caffeine

Friday, July 10th, 2009

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Watch out for the giant squid!

 

The tale begins with Hook Hand Harry,
Who had a taste for calamari,
He rustled up a motley crew,
Two other pirates; Hugh and Pugh,
And in a little punt this bunch,
Set out to hunt a little lunch.

Alas, despite their preparation,
And much to Harry's consternation,
The hunting trip went quite awry,
Their boat was hoisted to the sky,
They fell into the ocean water,
And ended up as octo-fodder.

Discuss ''Calamari Calamity'' by 2 Much Caffeine in the Pirate Forum

Model Gal’s Sand Castle

Sunday, April 19th, 2009

Not only does Model Gal's "Sand Castle" have an amusing concept, but it's packed with details, such as the brick-built flags and effective use of SNOT:

The crabs new home.

The crabs' new home.

Discuss her efforts in the Pirates forum!

 

Two Pirate MOC’s by DNL

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

"Sir, What is that rumbling sound?" "What rumbling sound? I have no idea what you are talking about!"

Next stop: the end of the world!

DNL, not a regular pirate MOCer, contributes some of his latest work to the Pirate forum. So if you like this ship, what are you waiting for? There is another big MOC in the Pirate forum just waiting to be seen!

Discuss this ship and the other MOC in the Pirate forum.

RBR MOCing Alternatives by Eric Albertson

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009
The possibilities are endless!

The possibilities are endless!

Tired of your old Red Beard Runner? Then imitate Eric Albertson and build a MOC with the same pieces!

Check out his alternate models in the Pirate forum!



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