Ships Archive

PTC The Miss Elizabeth and Cliffs of Bricksburg by Frank Brick Wright and Mr. Townsend

Saturday, March 22nd, 2014
The Miss Elizabeth and the Cliffs of Bricksburg

The Miss Elizabeth and the Cliffs of Bricksburg

Another splendid contest entry! This time it's contestants Frank Brick Wright and Mr. Townsend have shared with us The Miss Elizabeth and Cliffs of Bricksburg. The ship utilizes some great custom sails, and although small, it's still a stunning display piece. The second half of the build has a great cliff side, and a well designed tower. There's some extra detail thrown in there too, even some custom torso decals!

Head on over to the forum to see more pictures of The Miss Elizabeth and Cliffs of Bricksburg

PTC Contest Entry by Cara/Legonardo

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

The Flying Piranha and Imperial Fort

Eurobricks members, Cara and Legonardo, have teamed up to bring us this amazing entry for the PTC Contest.  This very detailed creation includes a sinking ship and fort that opens up to show many play features! There is way to much to include in this write up.

So stop by the fourm and comment on this PTC Contest Entry by Cara and Legonardo!

Spanish Armada 14 Gun Brig by -DONE-

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014
Spanish Armada 14 Gun Brig

Spanish Armada 14 Gun Brig

Eurobrick user -DONE- has shared with us another one of his creations. This time he brings us his first pirate ship in years. Built from the back bone of the Armada Flagship, he has chosen to stick with the white, blue, yellow color scheme which come together all quite nicely. With custom cannons and some quaint detailing, the ship is a great creation!

Head on over to the forum to see more pictures of the Spanish Armada 14 Gun Brig

(Micro) Pirates of the Caribbean by Anonymous Bricks

Friday, February 14th, 2014
(Micro) Pirates of the Caribbean

(Micro) Pirates of the Caribbean

Flickr user Anonymous Bricks has uploaded this creative micro build using only 11 pieces! Some parts are cleverly used, such as the Bionicle head and the plastic waterfall sheet from the Fountain of Youth set. This small display goes to show that you don't always need to build a huge creation to showcase creativity.

Discuss Pirates of the Caribbean micro build over in the forum!

Small Green Flying Dutchman by Captain Braunsfeld

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014
Check out the Small Green Flying Dutchman in the forum!

Exactly what it sounds like.

Eurobricks member Captain Braunsfeld has created this small sloop, very aptly named the Small Green Flying Dutchman. This little darling comes complete with brick-built sails and guns, not to mention her own backstory and a colourful cast of characters to sail her!

See more pics and comment on Small Green Flying Dutchman in the forum!

HMS Bulldog by MassEditor

Thursday, February 6th, 2014
HMS Bulldog

HMS Bulldog

MassEditor has shared with us his first ship using a brick-built hull and custom rigging. It's appropriately named the HMS Bulldog after it's stubby nature and fierce armaments.  It's even armed with a piercing battering ram! Even the deck is armed with clever weaponry and great detail.

Check out more pics of the HMS Bulldog in the forum!

Bluecoats ship L’Hermes by mrsniady1

Saturday, February 1st, 2014
Check out L'Hermes in the forum!

The good ship L'Hermes

Inspired by Sebeus I's Zephyr, Eurobricks member mrsniady1 has devised this sleek and elegant brig, l"Hermes. Of note are the lovely golden figurehead and the innovative winch design for the lifeboat.

See more pics and comment on L'Hermes in the forum.

Venetian War Galley by Mark of Falworth

Thursday, January 30th, 2014
Venetian War Galley

Venetian War Galley

Eurobricks member Mark of Falworth has shared with us his unique galley aptly named the Venetian War Galley! Even with its compact design, Mark managed to incorporate a lot of historically accurate features. The deck is also packed with a mighty crew and great minifugre creations. I personally enjoy the rudder design and the forward facing cannons.

Check out the forum to see more of the Venetian War Galley!



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