MOCs Archive

Whac-a-Scallywag by Puddleglum

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

Flickr member Puddleglum built this hilarious Pirate MOC, Whac-A-Scallywag.

Whac-A-Scallywag by Puddleglum

Take a look at all of those prizes! A starfish, cutlass and even a banana for your pet monkey. The MOC has a lovely roof, along with some other very creative ideas.

Head on over to the Pirate forum to see more pictures and give the builder some feedback!

Spanish Port Town by Lego_Warlord_8

Monday, July 20th, 2009

Spanish Port Town by Lego_warlord_8 on Classic-Pirates.com
As a practice for a larger MOC, Eurobricks and Classic-Pirates.com member Lego_Warlord_8 shares with us Pirate fans a great little cross-section MOC depicting part of a Spanish port. Although it was originally planned to have lighting, Lego_Warlord_8 was too excited to post his creation to wait for the lights to arrive. But it looks great as it is!

So come and see Spanish Port Town by Lego_Warlord_8 in the forum.

St. Elizabeth Parish Church by Commodore Hornbricker

Saturday, July 18th, 2009

St. Elizabeth Parish Chuch in the Pirates forum

The recently knighted Commodore Sir Horatio marries Lady Barbara in this MOC. With outstanding architecture built into the church, this is certainly a structure to look up to. Boasting lovely rare colours such as tan and dark red, this is a beautiful creation, not to be missed!

Check it out in the Pirate forum!

Pirate Buildings by maydayartist

Thursday, July 16th, 2009
Captains House - one of the pirate buildings from maydayartists collection

'Captain's House' - one of the pirate buildings from maydayartist's collection

Eurobricks and Classic-Pirates.com member demonstrates that he really is a master of the brick with this wonderful collection of minifig scale Pirate buildings for his upcoming island. With 5 buildings complete and more to come, the series of structures all share the same level of intricate detail. When his island is complete, it will sure be a spetacle!

So what are ye waiting for? Head over to the Pirate forum to discuss the 5 Pirate island buildings by maydayartist!

Brickworld 2009

Tuesday, July 14th, 2009
Brickworld 2009 in the Classic-Pirates.com forum

A large Pirate layout

Missed the Pirate action at Brickworld 2009? Well now you can go and view some of the great snaps LEGO® fans took at the event. Many AFOL's attended brought their Pirate set ups with them to show off and display.

Go and check out Brickworld 2009 pirate action in the Pirate forum

Sand Castle MOC by Mariann Asanuma

Sunday, July 12th, 2009

Usually when a pirate tells you to build an outpost, you build an outpost. Not in this case, instead the pirate builds a sand castle! Marriann Asanuma, former model builder, brings us this little, Intriguing MOC.

The captain isnt going to be so happy......

The captain isn't going to be so happy......

To give your opinion about the model and to give feedback, rush to the pirate forum now!

Calamari Calamity! by 2 Much Caffeine

Friday, July 10th, 2009

 Click here to discuss Calamary Calamity in the Pirate Forum

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

Pirates Layout in Berlin

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

LEGO Pirate layout in the Pirates forum

Captain K. shares with us a lovely Brickshelf folder containing images of a fantastic LEGO® Pirates layout at a show in Berlin this year. Also there was the fantastic HMS Victory by DundS previously covered on Classic-Pirates.com.

So race to the Pirates forum for photos of this spectacular LEGO Pirates display!



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