MOCs Archive

PTC -The Shark Reef by Yatkuu and 6Kyubi6

Saturday, March 15th, 2014
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Teamwork Across on the Seas

Working together over email, Yatkuu and 6Kyubi6 have created two sets that fit together perfectly in style and function. The wrecked ship has been masterfully changed into a place for the remaining crew to live on Shark Reef's rocky outcroppings. The creations have a lot of great details from the pirates re-purposing parts of the ship, very much worth checking out the close up photos.

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Spanish Armada 14 Gun Brig by -DONE-

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014
Spanish Armada 14 Gun Brig

Spanish Armada 14 Gun Brig

Eurobrick user -DONE- has shared with us another one of his creations. This time he brings us his first pirate ship in years. Built from the back bone of the Armada Flagship, he has chosen to stick with the white, blue, yellow color scheme which come together all quite nicely. With custom cannons and some quaint detailing, the ship is a great creation!

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PTC Contest Entry by Captain Nemo/MstrOfPppts

Monday, March 10th, 2014

PTC Contest Entry by Captain Nemo/MstrOfPppts

The contest entries keep rolling in, and here is another wonderful entry by Captain Nemo and MstrOfPppts.  They have incorporated several great play features and details.  Most interesting is their unconventional  way of connecting the modules with technic pins!

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Captain Redbeard Maxifig by Boomchil

Monday, March 3rd, 2014

Captain Redbeard Maxifig

Pirate reviewer extraordinaire and former crew member Boomchil has finished his first MOC, and it's a true work of art!  He recreated the classic LEGO pirate Captain Redbeard minifigure in large scale.  Perfect proportions and excellent attention to detail make this a superb creation.

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PTC Contest entry by Eurotrash/Oirad72

Saturday, March 1st, 2014

PTC Contest entry by Eurotrash/Oirad72

Another contest entry is in and it's a great one!  Eurotrash and Oirad72 have teamed up to create this awesome contest entry, Fort Degas and The Slippery Eel Tavern.  Both entries feature many excellent play features, and a few secrets!  Certainly a top contender in this contest.

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PTC Contest entry by soccerkid6/Simon_S

Sunday, February 23rd, 2014

PTC Contest entry by soccerkid6/Simon_S

The Pirates Teamwork Contest is in full swing, and some entries are coming in.  Soccerkid6 and Simon_S have teamed up and created a excellent modular fort.  It can be combined in several different ways.  It also has many features like a prison cage, working cannons, and hidden treasure chests, just to name a few.  It looks like this is going to be a very competitive contest!

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Eldorado Fortress 2014 by -DONE-

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014
Eldorado Fortress 2014

Eldorado Fortress 2014

Eurobricks member Viktor aka -DoNe- has shared with us his first pirate MOC in two years! This time he's chosen to remake the classic Eldorado Fortress for the Imperial Soldiers. Keeping true to this sets classic nature, he opted to avoid using modern build techniques. Never the less the base plate has been replaced with a brick built rock design and the ramp looks especially accurate with its "circular" rock designs, much like the printing on the original.

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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.

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