Ships Archive

WIP: Phantom MkII by ZCerberus – updated!

Thursday, December 9th, 2010
Phantom MkII by ZCerberus, a work in progress LEGO ship

Pretty impressive, isn't it?

As you may remember from our previous blog entries (here, here and here), Classic-Pirates.com and Eurobricks user ZCerberus has been working (for over a year now!) on an enormous MOC ship called the Phantom MkII.

Recently he's posted some more updates, including pictures of the bow. This ship is going to be a masterpiece when it's finished!

Discuss WIP: Phantom MkII by ZCerberus in the forum!

Cherno’s Fleet

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

27, yes 27 ships for Evil Stevie's Pirate Game

Evil Stevie's Pirate game has recently moved, check it out here.  If you are unfamiliar with this game, it involves building your own LEGO ships, and Eurobricks member Cherno's has taken this to the extreme.  There are 27, count them 27 seperate ships.  Ranging in size from small cutters up to Black Seas Barracuda status. 

See all of Cherno's fleet in the Pirate Forum.

Ship WIP by TazManiac

Sunday, December 5th, 2010
Click here to discuss this MOC in the forum.

Still a WIP, but already impressive!

And yet another ship is coming on the horizon! The name is still unknown, but it could have something to do with a dog since that's the figurehead. The ship has a nice and realistic colourscheme and the interior is wonderful, containing a bed, a piano and a lovely staircase. It's a very promising ship and a definitely worth to keep an eye on!

Comment on Ship WIP by TazManiac in the forum!

HMS Victory by Big Boy

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

The HMS Victory from the TSL Exhibition in Berlin

A ship of massive proportions, the HMS Victory just might be true minifigure scale,  With more than 100 cannons on board and room for a crew of 1,000, I can't imagine anything that could match it's stature.  The devil is in the details and a closer inspection is required to see all the details and the minifigures which look so small compared to the size of the ship.

Comment on the HMS Victory in the Forum.

VOC States yacht “De Utrecht” by the Inventor

Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

Only the sails, and ropes instead of chains, then it will be finished!

And another fine ship is (almost) ready to set sail. It's an 18th century 'States Yacht', used to sail important people to bigger ships or to different cities within (in this case) the Netherlands. The inventor made it very close to the real ship with a very nice lion figurehead. And in the future, it's also going to have sails.

Check out this VOC States yacht "De Utrecht" by the Inventor!

New update: Build a frigate with Captain Green Hair

Sunday, October 31st, 2010

View the topic to learn how to make such a nice ship of your own!

The magnificent frigate is almost done! In his topic, Captain Green Hair shows you how to make a beatiful frigate of the Napoleonic era. With detailed pictures of all the building techniques and of the rigging, everyone can learn how to make a fine vessel! And you can always ask questions and use your own imagination.

So check out the new update of Build a frigate with Captain Green Hair and discuss it here!

Custom ship by mlucas86

Monday, October 18th, 2010

What a beautiful ship, sailing on the seven seas.

This beautiful vessel is the first attempt in shipbuilding by mlucas86 and immediately a great success.  Apart from the successful presentation, based on the ocean, it has to offer many more well built details. Such as, the sails, the rigging and the stern. But, did you see the mermaid? Further details and a making-of can be seen in the Forum.

Discuss Custom ship by mlucas86 in the forum!

The Mermaid II by Pujo

Thursday, October 14th, 2010

Imperial Soldiers' ship The Mermaid II - a Pirate LEGO creation by Pujo

A fine vessel!

Check out this great MOC built by an Indonesian LEGO® fan. The Mermaid II is an Imperial Soldiers' ship with some nice details!

Discuss The Mermaid II by Pujo in the forum!



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