MOCs Archive

Nobody move, or the parrot gets it… By 2MuchCaffeine

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009

2MuchCaffeine gives us a hilarious little MOC: "Nobody move, or the parrot gets it..."

A pressure packed situation!

A pressure packed situation!

Enjoy the funny idea, with some nice little details thrown in like the cups, windows and the nicely tiled floor.
Hopefully the soldier doesn't shoot, or he'll dispose of his comrade along with the pirate's parrot....

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‘Marie’ a MOC by Tekka Croe

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009

'Marie' is an impressive ship designed with a sleek round stern, plain white sails and a awe inspiring jet black figure head, ready to instill the most hearty pirates with fear. Laden with cannons and rigging this ship is a welcome addition to any navy.

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A menacing black figure head and plain white sails complete the MOC

'Marie' was designed and built by Tekka Croe who's original design varied quite indifferently from this updated version. The unusual element in the MOC is the sleek curved stern which holds the large captain's cabin. The MOC is full of surprises and interesting LEGO® elements and techniques.

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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!

Laffite’s Landing by SlyOwl

Friday, May 1st, 2009

On a small Island somewhere in the vast blue ocean survives Laffite. Living in a small hand crafted hut with his trusty pig. He hangs up his fish outside his hut whilst making  a pointy harpoon or two.

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Oink! Oink!

SlyOwl succeeds to wow us again with yet another outstanding MOC. A myriad of contemporary building techniques adds to the MOC's interest and features such as a uniqueness. The hut is fully furnished with small details such as furniture and even a skull. The surrounding area is in no way less detailed with  a great smoke technique and much much more.

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Cutlass Island by Sir Dano

Wednesday, April 29th, 2009

Cutlass Island by Sir Dano

Sir Dano presents us with an outstanding MOC in the Pirate forum: Cutlass Island. It is a small island fortification infamous for its lazy gaurds. But all that is about to change...

Sail on over to the forum to discuss Cutlass Island by Sir Dano before you miss out on all the action!

The real army of Armendariz

Tuesday, April 28th, 2009
Left to right: Jipay, Bonaparte, Armendariz, Blackmoor, Zuloo

Left to right: Jipay, Bonaparte, Armendariz, Blackmoor, Zuloo

In the hope of us all forgiving him, General Armendariz has posted his real French army. It's actually looking really nice, and he has included 5 blue coated sigfigs too. With 40 men, this army isn't something to spit at, in fact most AFOL armies would be running by now!

So hurry along to the Pirate forum and discuss General Armendariz's French army to your heart's content!

Apocalypsis, a MOC by Mark Kelso

Monday, April 27th, 2009

The Apocalypsis a mysterious world filled with lush vegetation and beautiful scenery. Mark Kelso has achieved exactly that in this truly stunning MOC.

What a beautiful paradise Mark Kelso has whipped out a scene from his mini comic series Apocalypsis: A Journey Inward. It's filled with amazing details and techniques, so be sure to check out the gallery.

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Imperial Dock by Olog

Sunday, April 26th, 2009

A small Imperial Dock in the midst of the Carribean. The dock can watch for piracy on the high sea thanks to the watch tower and guards, but who is that in the barrel paddling away?

The Imperials can keep watch from there tower. But who is this escaping?

The Imperials can keep watch from their tower. But who is this escaping?

Olog has brought us an imperial dock! It uses inventive building techniques to create the effect the creator was looking for to create a single dock in the midst of the carribean complete with jetty and cooking area, watch tower and warehouse.

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