It's not every day you see a Miniland scale Pirates scene. Cesbrick has challenged the typical Minifigure vignette with this ultra detailed pirate and treasure scene. Not only are there numerous tiny details on the pirate himself, with tons of nice part usages, but there is also quite a bit of attention paid to the treasure and even the environment the whole thing is staged upon.
"Old forgotten guard tower, known as La Torre Olvidada is located somewhere in the Caribbean. For a long period it has belonged to the Spanish armada. After a long siege it has been abandoned, and some years after the Capt. Cristóbal and his men found their hideout there. When they aren't busy drinking rum, they take off from there to steal the gold, using the island as the storage for their loot."
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EB member and Castle builder Simon_S decided to try his hand at Pirates and built this wonderful scene. Great part usage along with building techniques make this a great creation.
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EB member Mark of Falworth has created another masterpiece! Stunning brickwork, amazing details, and great minifig action bring this creation to life. It really showcases Marks ability to create spectacular landscapes rich in texture, color, and interesting building techniques. Truly a work of art by a great artist!
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New member Orfeuz built this wonderful rendition of the classic PTOC ship. After a year and a half of work it is ready, just in time for ItLUG Lecco 2014. Truly amazing work with lots of details, and custom sails and rigging!
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Eb member Vitreolum came up with some very clever part usage with this excellent pirate themed MOC! This creation has it all - hooks, parrots, swords, and treasure! Truly a great MOC that will please any pirate fan.
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Eb member Ben King presented his latest creation, an amazing pirate MOC! It has some wonderful details like the excellent rock work, palm trees, great foliage, and nice water.
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Eurobrick member LtFlacon has completed his first MOC and has uploaded some images for us to take a gander at. While the name of the ship is still a work in progress, he's tentatively named it Halia. Some good effort went into making this ship, as it has all the necessities of a ship on par with something TLG would release themselves. The crew is also very diverse as it sports a great collection of new parts and some from different pirate eras, they all work together very well.
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EB member montoumes has built a huge Pirate layout for the Ch'ti Brick Show In France! There are many great details throughout the layout. Don't let this layout's greatness and largeness fool you into believing that it was a collaboration as it was all created be montoumes himself!
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EB member Mestari created this neat little vignette, depicting pirates burying their treasure. The leafy tree, owl, and layering ground texture, give this MOC an inland feel. Most MOCs of this nature are beach scenes, so it's nice to see this activity in a different setting.
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