Eurobricks member and MOC expert, SlyOwl presents us with his latest master piece, "Pirates' Island", an exciting island with lots of crazy stuff for pirates to do. Packed with amazing details such as a swinging rope bridge, a soldier "walking the oar", an awesome cliff, a Spaniard being "smashed" in the head by a flying cannon ball and a Pirate King counting his booty! This Island is far from boring!
Forum member Swash Buckler presents the online community with a brilliant MOC of a Pirate Galleon! The Flying Shadow is a pirate craft not of speed and agility, but brute force. Striking fear into the hearts of every minifig to ever sail the seven seas, she is also a fine ship to view on our forum!
Check out The Flying Shadow by Swash Buckler in the Pirate forum!
After many years of pillaging, the retired Captain Brickbeard and his arch nemesis Admiral Goldbuck find themselves meeting at the good 'ole Beach Bar. They share stories and drink to their hearts content. No prizes for guessing why this charismatic bar is called the Star though!
Click to discuss Star Beach Bar by Badboytje88 a PTV II entry in the forums
Dark times in Port Royal! SlyOwl has been working on an outstanding creation, packed with details and interesting techniques. Undead pirates are attacking Port Royal! That's why this is also filled with action, even with flying toilet contents! Will the port survive the pillaging?
Discuss the Pillaging of Port Royal in the forum, before it burns to the ground!
Standing at least a hundred feet tall in the midst of the great ocean is Pirates Rock. A sort of mix between a sacrificial and execution platform for pirates, scum and the like. This time a scurvy band of Pirates have captured a poor Redcoat. After stealing his treasure they have become bored and are throwing him into the snapping jaws of the hungry shark below.
Rupi, a well renowned vignette builder has produced this latest MOC. It features a tall stack, the perfect location for a Pirate hideout. One of the most interesting features of the MOC is that at the top the brick structure turns on it's side allowing for the jutting edge where you can see the Redcoat being pushed off. The Shark's splash adds extra energy into the scene. Sacrificial platform or just somewhere to feed the sharks? Say what you think in the forum.
Click to discuss Pirate Rock by Rupi in the forum
Classic-Pirates.com member michaelozzie shares a nice creation with us again! This time it is a castaway pirate, landing on the beach in a hilarious way! With some nice techniques for the wave and beach you really have to see it!
Will the poor fellow survive the crash? Find out by checking it out in the forum!
Sailing over the horizon comes the Crimson Dawn! Ready to plunder and to strike fear in even the stoutest soldiers with it's array of cannons and dreaded charcoal black sails. Fitted with three decks and a crew of 28, the Crimson Dawn was not the biggest vessel ever created but it was one of the most feared across all the 7 seas able of crushing a Imperial man o' war hands down.
The Crimson Dawn was created by Logan4880. It features three manble decks, 15 cannons, 18 crew members and 3 masts. You can really see this ship is a force to be reckoned with. On the top deck a swiveling cannon is present aswell as the mighty masts supporting blcak sails. Below deck are the cramped working conditions for the gunners who make it possible to take out forts and other vesseles.
Click here to disucuss Crimson Dawn, a MOC by Logan4480 in the Classic-Pirates.com forum.
Internet pirates have their own challenges...
Click to discuss Internet Piracy by Rocko in the Pirate Forum!