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PTVII Staff Entry: The Luvly Lady by Siegfried

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009
PTVII Staff Entry: The Luvly Lady by Seigfried

PTVII Staff Entry: The Luvly Lady by Seigfried

Eurobricks Root Admin Siegfried has shared with us his entry in the staff division of Classic-Pirates.com's Pillage The Village II building contest. Although not a classic pirate MOC, still a pirate MOC, and quite a good one at that! With a back story about a half-hearted space pirate and his trial for piracy, this is a great thread to visit.

Check out PTVII Staff Entry: The Luvly Lady by Siegfried in the Pirate forum!

wIP Phantom MkII by ZCerberus – UPDATED!

Friday, December 18th, 2009
WIP Phantom MkII by ZCerberus has been updated!

WIP Phantom MkII by ZCerberus has been updated!

One of the master MOC builders in the Pirates world is a fellow by the name of ZCerberus. Always working on something huge, this time it is a never complete ship back in WIP form. Although Z has done some amazing updates, sure worth checking out!

Come and see WIP Phantom MkII by ZCerbeus Updated in the Pirates forum.

The making of the Galleon Nuestra Se±ora de la Concepci³n

Sunday, November 15th, 2009
A look behind the scenes!

A look behind the scenes!

No doubt you know about the Spanish Imperial Galleon Nuestra Se±ora de la Concepci³n, made by Bonaparte and Captain Green Hair. Now they surprise us with some pictures from the building process! From the first brick to a seaworthly, full rigged Galleon! You can see what teamwork can do!

Hurry to the forum to see how the Spanish Imperial Galleon Nuestra Se±ora de la Concepci³n was constructed!

Nuestra Senora de la Concepcion by Bonaparte and Captain Green Hair

Monday, November 9th, 2009

Nuestra Senora de la Concepcion by Bonaparte and Captain Green Hair on Classic-Pirates.com

Nuestra Senora de la Concepcion by Bonaparte and Captain Green Hair on Classic-Pirates.com

A day many months in the making, a brand new Spanish Imperial Galleon, Nuestra Senora de la Concepcion has been launched by the famous builders Bonaparte and Captain Green Hair. A beautiful ship in every way, she sails the seas striking fear into any opponent. With canvas, hand-painted sails and expertly constructed rigging, this is almost the ultimate LEGO® sailing ship, one of the most beautiful creations ever to be featured on Classic-Pirates.com.

Be amazed by Nuestra Senora de la Concepcion by Bonaparte and Captain Green Hair in the Pirate forum!

Discovering Brazil by evildead

Monday, November 9th, 2009
What will they find on the shores?

What will they find on the shores?

Eurobricks member evildead has been busy assembling this wonderful creation! It recreates the arrival of Pedro Alvares Cabral on the beautiful Brazil beaches on 22 April, 1500. There is also an interesting ship at the horizon which you really have to see!

Check out evildead's Discovering Brazil in the forum!

Build a frigate with Captain Green Hair

Sunday, November 8th, 2009
It's looking good so far!

It's looking good so far!

If you're not so good with building ships and you really want to build one, you can follow the steps of one of our best ship builders; Captain Green Hair! He shows you how to make a good-looking frigate!

Click here to discuss the project, or click here to go directly to the steps!

MOC : The Story of L’Archiveur by Ingmar

Sunday, November 8th, 2009

L'Archiveur a mighty 'Man o' War'. Once when navigating down the treacherous Eldorado River she was attacked and taken over by the French, could it pirates? Sporting a full 40 guns spread across the ships 3 decks. Ingmar's attention to deatil has excelled for him on this ship. It features a consistent recognisable colour scheme to enjoy as well as plenty of rigging that swamp the masts and sails for realistic effect.  At it's bow a majestic figure head spouts from a trail of golden guilding at her stern a ornately decorated aft section can be found.

Discuss MOC : The Story of L'Archiveur a 40 canon ship by Ingmar in the Classic-Pirates.com forums

40 canons of crushing

No matter how awesome this ship maybe the inspiration came from somewhere. In this instance it was out very own Classic-Pirates.com. Member Captain Green Hair also know as CGH recently created a wonderful tutorial showcasing the process of building a master class ship. It was a derivation of this tutorial that inspired Ingmar to create this marvellous vessel.

Discuss MOC : The Story of L'Archiveur by Ingmar in the forums

Achille, a French Frigate in progress by Perfectionist

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009
What is that on the horizon?

What is that on the horizon?

What was a sub-project first turned out being a spectacular build! Eurobricks forum member Perfectionist is working on his Achille a few weeks now, and it becomes better every day. One of it's many features is it's incredebly detailed interior! The whole ship is modular, which makes this vessel even more spectacular.

Make sure you follow the Achille Frigate progress in the forum!



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