Pirates Archive

SS GuppyTowne by V&A Steamworks

Friday, July 13th, 2012
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Living is Better Than Sinking

Another wonderful creation from V&A Steamworks, this little town is full of detail. Turning a ship into a home is not easy, turning it into three homes is amazing. There's some great SNOT work here, and a few little scenes happening.

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DarkTemplar’s Flying Dutchman

Wednesday, June 13th, 2012

The Flying Dutchman

DarkTemplar's take on the Flying Dutchman

The Flying Dutchman has been built by a handful of builders before, with each version showcasing unique features and details. DarkTemplar continues the tradition with his version of Davy Jones' famous ship. The color scheme of grey, black, and dark green works surprisingly well for this vessel, and the white leaf pieces used as sails are particularly creative. The ship is also built in the scale of a set, so that it wouldn't dwarf official LEGO pirate ships like The Black Pearl or the Queen Anne's Revenge.

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Pirate on an Arch by Haplo

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

Pirate on an Arch

A pirate resting on an arch.

The LEGO Pirates theme sometimes lends itself to vignettes better than others, and this is a great example of such a scene. Fellow user Haplo tells that he came across an image of a pirate resting on an arch online when he was searching for some inspiration and ideas. The image is in fact a small scene taken from the famous Disneyland attraction known as Pirates of The Caribbean. The pirate resting on the arch, the parrot, and the other various details around the scene make this vignette a small treasure.

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Witness by Owen_S

Friday, May 18th, 2012

No witnesses

One of our news scouts SirSven7 found this great MOC on flickr. Created by Owen_S this simple but very clean MOC shows what can happen when you go head to head with a Pirate and there is no one else around.

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What Lies in the Shadow of the Statue by Matthew Hurt

Saturday, April 28th, 2012
What Lies in the Shadow of the Statue

What hidden treasure be this?

Matthew Hurt has created an exciting scene with pirates hiding their latest acquisitions in the cache under a forgotten statue. There are  many little details here from the precisely placed trees and vegetation, brick built seagulls keeping a lookout, to  the crumbed ruins of what looks to be a second statue. The whole thing really makes me wonder what else is going on and where that cave opening leads.

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Pirate Town by brickcitydepot

Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

Pirate Town by brickcitydepot

Made on 9 full baseplates!

Eurobricks member brickcitydepot has made a fantastic pirate port with the typical narrow streets and tall buildings you can also see in places like Tortuga in Pirates of the Caribbean. This MOC also includes a wide variety of roof techniques, a nice pavement technique and a beautiful fort. It was worth the effort for sure!

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Feed Him to the Sarlacc Fish! by 2 Much Caffeine

Saturday, April 7th, 2012

Feed Him to the Sarlacc Fish!, a Pirate LEGO MOC by 2 Much Caffeine


This MOC was built some time ago, but it definitely deserves to be featured in our blog! Made by Flickr user 2 Much Caffeine, it shows how a certain pirate captain punishes crewmembers who have failed him.

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Jack Sparrow Bust by pabloglez

Sunday, April 1st, 2012
Jack Sparrow Bust by pabloglez

"Stop blowing holes in my ship!"

I guess I don't have to explain who this bust represents. It's the man who spoke the famous words Dirt. This is a jar of dirt. If you look close, you'll see that even the beads are very close to the original ones. Overall a very fine MOC.

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