MOCs Archive

Pirate Volcano by Ben Ellermann

Thursday, June 25th, 2009

Pirate Volcano by Ben Ellerman

As more coverage of Brickworld 2009 is released, Mister Phes finds us a great little scenic MOC, a Pirate Volcano created by Classic-Castle.com admin Ben Ellermann. Featuring a light up interior giving the effect of real lava (well, almost real) this nice MOC includes some great techniques including the use of 1 x 2 grey slopes to achieve a stunning random rocky effect.

So hurry over and see Pirate Volcano by Ben Ellermann in the Pirate forum!

Fire at will! by Zorro

Monday, June 22nd, 2009

Fire at Will! by Zorro

Admiral Zorro shares with us a second brilliant MOC. This time, although not big in size, this one is big in detail! Zorro has here used many innovative techniques such as his ship hull roundness and smoke. This is a lovely MOC that we're sure you'll want to check out!

So head on over to the Pirate forum and see Fire at will! by Admiral Zorro!

Redbeard’s Largest Command by legofox

Sunday, June 21st, 2009

Redbeard's Largest Command by legofox on Classic-Pirates.com

As a great addition to the large range of MOCs created by Classic-Pirates.com members, legofox shares with us an amazing ship with an excellent brick built hull and great unique features such as the wooden masts and string rigging. This is a brilliant ship certainly worth a look with bigger pictures.

Hurry to the Pirates forum to see more of Redbeard's Largest Command by legofox.

Bullseye by Ricardo Silva

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

On our hands we have a funny face off between a hard as nails ruffian and a well trained soldier. However the soldier may have a slight advantage, the pirate happens to be chained to a tree and also has a flaming canon ball flying towards him.

Click to discuss Bullseye a MOC by Ricardo silve in the Classic-Pirates.com forum!

Not such a fair fight!

Ricardo Silva has created this funny MOC that incorporates an interesting design of cannon ball. Extra details have been added to the cannon for realism such as the brilliant smoke effect and extra cannon balls ready to be fired.

Click to discuss Bullseye by Ricardo Silva in the Pirate forum

P.S. Happy Birthday Captain Zuloo!

HMS Victory by DundS

Monday, June 15th, 2009

HMS Victory in minifig scale by DundS

We don't usually publish MOCs that aren't already alive and kicking in our vibrant Pirates forum, but in our constant effort to provide you with brilliant MOCs as we find them, we have decided to make an exception.
So without further ado ladies and minifigs, we present to you, HMS Victory in minifig scale by DundS!
We have a member of our Pirates forum also working on an HMS Victory of similar size.

Check Teddy's Victory out in the Pirate forum!

The Eternal WIP: a huge diorama in LCAD, by RoVer

Saturday, June 13th, 2009

RoVer created this massive diorama MOC in LCAD. It is a large Imperial base with a small town in the back, protected by many cannons and soldiers that constantly patrol its borders.

Click to discuss Rovers LCAD diorama in the Classic Pirates forum

One, two, three, four...right turn!

This picture clearly shows the potential of LCAD, that has nearly infinite parts (in contrast to LDD). RoVer promised to continue the work on this WIP/MOC as soon as he graduates from University!

Come on over to the Classic Pirates forum to discuss this magnificent LCAD MOC.

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!



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