MOCs Archive

Port Invasion by Zorro

Friday, June 12th, 2009

Port Invasion by Zorro

Zorro treats us to a great little MOC depicting a port being ransacked by Pirates! This creation took him 'all day and night' and certainly shows the effort put into it. With great techniques such as the bricks in the building and stones on the dock wall, this MOC is sure something you wouldn't want to miss!

So what are ye waiting for? Head on over the the
Pirate forum to check out Port Invasion by Admiral Zorro!

Washed Shako by Jalkow

Tuesday, June 9th, 2009

As you may or may not already know Imperial Soldiers have routine inspections to check up on their standard of uniform. Coming up was one of these 'inspections' and the Soldier desperately needed to wash his kit. So it was off to the launderette for him. Unfortunately for him he managed to leave his Shako behind. When he returned to his horror he had found it had been pinched and emblem rubbed clean off. How would he explain this to the Drill Sarge?

Will he get away with this shiny clean Shako?

Will he get away with this shiny clean Shako?

Jalkow had not only created a realistic washing machine but also a funny vignette for us to enjoy. The SNOT flooring looks great and lifelike. And finally not forgetting the very innocent looking grandma that tops off the this impressive scene.

Go and check out Washed Shako by Jalkow for yourself in the pirate forum!

The Terror of Walrus Island, by Hinckley

Saturday, June 6th, 2009
Go to the Pirate forum to discuss Hinckley' Terror of Walrus Island

Walrus Wedgies all around...

These poor unsuspecting Pirates have stumbled upon the ancient race of the Walrusites. Hoping to hide their treasure in the foreboding walrus-skull shaped island, they have incurred the wrath of this ancient, cruel race.

Go discuss Walrus Island in the Pirate forum

Spaniards’ Bay by Piglet

Thursday, June 4th, 2009

Spaniards' Bay by Piglet
Piglet shows us a wonderful creation depicting a trading post colonized by adventurer and explorer Herman Coldres. With a number of brilliant techniques and building ideas, this MOC has a great Spanish feel to it.
Eurobricks and Classic-Pirates.com member Piglet has done a brilliant job, so go on and congratulate him on this amazing port.

Come and discuss Spaniards' Bay by Piglet in the Pirate forum and see more pictures of this astonishing LEGO® creation!

Wood & LEGO by legofox

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Wood & LEGO by legofox in the Pirate forum
Something not often seen in our LEGO® Pirate community, is LEGO ships built partly with other materials. Sure, we see the occasional paper sail, kebab stick mast, but an entire wooden hull? Classic-Pirates.com forum user legofox presents us with something completely unique. Certainly a first in the LEGO Pirate hobby, this wooden hulled ship is sure an eye-pleaser!

Check out the wood and LEGO ship by legofox in the Pirate forum!

HMS Vanguard, by Lukemax

Monday, June 1st, 2009

Lukemax presents his first ship, constructed 2 years ago but only recently uploaded!

Go to the Pirate forum to discuss the HMS Vanguard, a LEGO ship by Lukemax

A 20 gun Frigate

 The HMS vanguard, based on the HMS surprise and the black and white 1800 british ships at the time.

Now go to the Pirate forum to discuss Lukemax's HMS Vanguard!

HMS Knight by Captain Cavinano

Friday, May 29th, 2009

HMS Knight by Captain Cavinano in the Classic-Pirates.com Pirate forum.

Yesterday, Classic-Pirates.com forum member Captain Cavinano was kind enough to share with us his great work in the line of shipbuilding. His beautiful 6-deck 6285 Black Seas Barracuda, effectively known as the 'HMS Knight', boasts some lovely custom sails as well as some customs on minifig torsos. This ship is sure something for our member Captain Cavinano to smile about!

And you'll smile too if you check out some more photos of Captain Cavinano's HMS Knight!

Fort St Kendra by martinsuper

Wednesday, May 27th, 2009

Fort St Kendra by martinsuper in the Classic-Pirates.com Pirate forum
"My fiance said I should name it after her because she had to put up with me while I was building this." - martinsuper
And what a great fort to have named after you! martinsuper presents us with a brilliantly stunning fortress, as named after his fiance. With big plans for where this fort will sit in his port in the future, martinsuper is happy with the result. And we are too, so thank you for sharing this lovely MOC with us!

Want to see more? Head on over to the Pirates forum to see more pictures of Fort St Kendra by martinsuper!



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