LDD Archive

HMS Lively by Kurigan

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

A brand new LDD MOC!

A new ship is setting sail! It's HMS Lively, one of Jack Aubreys ships in the Aubrey/Maturin series. Kurigan did a great job on this LDD MOC. The shape is perfect and it also has some nice details like a very inventive capstan design. This ship may be very helpful to all shipMOC'ers. Furthermore Kurigan has also made a lot of other ships, all looking excellent.

Check out HMS Lively by Kurigan in the forum now!

WIP HMS …? By Alamai

Sunday, March 7th, 2010
Ship MOC by Alamai

A new beauty is almost ready to set sail...

Although we don't know her name yet, she has made her name on the forums already! While she is still a Work In Progress, we can see she is turning out really good! Based on Alamai's own LDD creation he decided to go for the real bricks!

Time for you to check out WIP HMS...? by Alamai in the forum!

Dutch Fluyt by Captain Cavinano

Sunday, May 3rd, 2009

Dutch Fluyt by Captain Cavinano in the Pirate forum.

Tumblehome effect in CAD? You've got to be joking! But no, Captain Cavinano has done just that with his model of a Dutch Fluyt. This 3-masted ship built entriely digital brick with no pre-fab hulls is quite stunning in its shape, design and colour scheme. And, it has great custom cannons!

Rush over to the Pirate forum and discuss Captain Cavinano's Dutch Fluyt!

LDD Imperial Fort Isle by Joey Lock

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

LEGO® Digital Designer has many uses, so it goes without saying that a great LDD pirate MOC rakes up a fuss. So prepare to be fussing pirate fans, because Joey Lock has something HUGE in store for us!

Here Joey demonstrates that LDD can be taken seriously as a tool for designing awesome fortresses. What lies before us spans three unique structures, all maintaining that classic piratical atmosphere, further aided by coastal details built into the foreground. This fort would definitely make a fine addition to anyone's collection, but - of course - there is the price tag...

Discuss it - now!

LDD MOC: Fort Laurence, by Joey Lock

Thursday, August 14th, 2008
A LDD creation.

A LDD creation.

Joey Lock proves once again LEGO Digital Designer has much usefulness to Pirate LEGO fanatics.
This time he shares Fort Laurence, a sprawling Imperial Fort and Harbour.

Visit the Pirates forum for more information

The possibilities of LEGO Digital Designer

Monday, July 14th, 2008

13-year old Neal McClatchey showed the Piratical world what could be done with LDD; his micro-scale version of the Black Seas Barracuda was even included in LEGO set 5525.

Click here to take a look at Neal's Pirate Ship in the Pirates forum!

13 year old Neal McClatchey won the first LEGO Factory Design Competition!

 Discuss Neal's creation in the Pirate LEGO Forum

When faced with the daunting task of creating a model, many builders just give up, claiming to be victim to an inadequate brick palette, however, there are superb LDD Pirate MOCs.

Checkout LDD creations by our users:

Captain Cavinano's Black Pearl
Medib's Ship-wrecked Island
Joey Lock's Fort Laurence and HMS Unicorn

You could produce something like this, and what's more, you can also have the bricks sent straight to your front-door!

Download LEGO Digital Designer today!



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