Pirates Archive

Jolly Roger by Choking-Hazards

Sunday, January 6th, 2013
Jolly Roger

One of the scariest pirate flags of all time.

Whether you're a fan of LEGO Pirates, or just Pirates in general, you'll definitely know the good old Jolly Roger when you see it! Brickshelf user Choking-Hazards takes the classic skull and crossbones a step further by creating this awesome 3D design!

Take a closer look and discuss Jolly Roger in the forum.

Classic set 6270 – Forbidden Island revisited by CaptainSpaulding

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013
Classic set 6270 - Forbidden Island revisited

Every true Pirate fan will recognize this instantly

Revisiting a classic set may sound like an simple task at first, but it certainly isn't. There are many things to consider, and it's very easy to loose the spirit of the original set. However CaptainSpaulding has made it without any flaw, in a perfect alchemy. It's packed with details, and at the same time recognizable at first glance. Plus, this has been done in less than four hours! An outstanding work, which makes me wish that Lego revisited its legendary sets...

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Black and White Pirate Photo by Bboarder711

Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

Black and White Pirate Photo

The Jolly Roger in all its black and white glory!

User Bboarder771 contributed this lovely picture to the LEGO pirates photography thread. The extreme contrast really showcases the Jolly Roger.

Discuss the photo here.

Treasure on the Mind by wunztwice

Monday, December 3rd, 2012
Treasure on the Mind by wunztwice

This island reminds me of something...

While almost everyone will be looking at this island thinking "what a weird shape", every Classic Pirate fan will shed a tear for sure, seeing this fantastic land-based rendition of the classic Lego Jolly Roger flag.

Discuss Treasure on the Mind in the forum.

How to become a pirate by Tom Remy

Friday, November 16th, 2012
How to become a pirate

Looks like a peaceful place...

If you're a pirate fan (which is probably the case since you're reading this), then you should already have played The Secret of Monkey Island, a fantastic and humoristic point & click game that tells the story of a man who desperately wants to be a pirate. You may think "Why do he talk about a computer game? I came here to see wonderful pirate MOC!". Well, Tom Remy has created a full story clearly inspired by this fantastic game (did I tell you that you MUST play it?), which is really funny. But don't get too distracted and take your time to enjoy this wonderful MOC with stunning technics and light effects.

Go play Monkey Island and then discuss How to become a pirate in the forum.

Porto de Sao Filipe by Toltomeja

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

Porto de Sao Filipe

Toltomeja has created a simple scene with a fort high up on a rocky plateau. There are a lot of great small details like the uneven planking on the dock, seagulls, and a great statue.

Discuss Porto de Sao Filipe in the forum

Mark of Tortuga Strikes again! by Mark of Falworth

Sunday, October 28th, 2012

Big power in a small package.

Everyone loves a good underdog story, well here's one on the high seas! One little canon, will they be able to take out the ship and head home with much needed gold and rum? It's going well so far!

Discuss Mark of Tortuga Strikes again! in the forum.

Pirates Prison by TheBrickAvenger

Sunday, September 23rd, 2012

The dog won't help you.

TheBrickAvenger has taken it upon himself to recreate some Playmobile sets in LEGO form. This is his second set and it came out looking at least ten times better than the source material. I especially like the look of the prison walls where he has mixed  plates and tiles to give it a real stone feel, as well as the mixing in of a few darker pieces to break up the solid color a bit. Check out the rest of the pictures on the forum, and you'll see the prison has a moving door  and the great details on the dock too.

Discuss Pirates Prison in the forum.



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