MOCs Archive

RBR MOCing Alternatives by Eric Albertson

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009
The possibilities are endless!

The possibilities are endless!

Tired of your old Red Beard Runner? Then imitate Eric Albertson and build a MOC with the same pieces!

Check out his alternate models in the Pirate forum!

Can you supersize my Cannon Battle?

Sunday, March 1st, 2009
The bigger, the better!

The bigger, the better!

Erdbeereis: ''I absolutely love the Cannon Battle set, especially as a parts pack. So here's what you get when you bring together 5 of them!''

Click to discuss Erdbeereis' Super Sized Cannon Battle in the Pirate Forum!

Sailing the Seven Seas with Gambort

Friday, February 27th, 2009

Gambort treats us all to a magnificent ship, based off of the French lugger "Le Coureur", complete with a fully brick-built hull, custom cannons, and unique masts: 

Magnifique, non?

Magnifique, non?

Be sure to see the Flickr gallery, then discuss Le Coureur in the Pirate forum!

Tog O’ War by Dan Church

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

Dan Church presents us with a lovely MOC, Tug O' War!

Tug O' War by Dan Church

Don't lose your step!

 The Pirates and Soldiers are locked in a fierce battle over a lost treasure chest. If one loses his step, he will fall to a greusome fate, a crocodile lurking in the raging river surrounded by razor-sharp rocks!

Will the fiesty pirates manage to give a big heavo-ho and claim the booty? Or will the well-trained soldiers use their muscles to grab the loot?

Check out the exciting
Tug O' War by Dan Church
 in the Pirate forum!

MOC: Take Me to Cuba by Crimson Wolf

Monday, February 23rd, 2009

Yar! I be needin' ya to row me ta Cuba ya limey fool! Those are the possible words of the pirate aboard that forced the poor soldier to row him to Cuba. More likely is that fact that he has a cannon shoved up his nose.

Click here to discuss Take Me to Cuba, a MOC by Crimson Wolf, in the Classic-Pirates.com forum

He has a cannon shoved up his nose!

'Take Me to Cuba' by Crimson Wolf is both funny and imaginative featuring humorous details and what looks to be a great background story line. The MOC is well complimented by a neat Photoshop background.

Click to discuss
Take Me to Cuba, a MOC by Crimson Wolf, in the Classic-Pirates.com forum

Project: Willim, by Captain green hair

Thursday, February 19th, 2009

If there's one WIP worth following, it's the minifig-scale replica of the Dutch VOC ship Prins Willim which Captain green hair is constructing. Have a look at all pictures showing the latest status of this project (which is spanning multiple years) by clicking on the picture below.

Discuss this marvelous Willim ship in the Pirate forum.

Click to see more pics!

Discuss his marvelous Willim WIP in the Pirates forum!

Dutch 18th century yacht, the ”Utrecht”, by Captain Green Hair

Tuesday, February 17th, 2009

Look at this amazing Dutch ship!

Another Captain Green Hair creation

Another Captain Green Hair creation

"Harr swashbucklers, I present you my latest ship.
It's an 18th century Dutch yacht, used to sail VIP's around and stay in contact with the larger ships offshore.
Some of these ships were privatly owned by rich merchants and they are basically the first pleasure yachts as we know today.
It is based loosely on the original Utrecht." -
Captain green hair

 Come on over to discuss the ''Utrecht'' now!

One supersized Battle Cannon by RTN LNA

Sunday, February 15th, 2009
A CAD MOC of the huge Tsar Cannon!

Satan's weapon on Earth

Are the LEGO® cannons not big enough for you? Then here is your answer!

Click to discuss RTN LNA's Tsar Cannon in the Pirate Forum!



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