Ships Archive

HMS Knight by Captain Cavinano

Friday, May 29th, 2009

HMS Knight by Captain Cavinano in the Classic-Pirates.com Pirate forum.

Yesterday, Classic-Pirates.com forum member Captain Cavinano was kind enough to share with us his great work in the line of shipbuilding. His beautiful 6-deck 6285 Black Seas Barracuda, effectively known as the 'HMS Knight', boasts some lovely custom sails as well as some customs on minifig torsos. This ship is sure something for our member Captain Cavinano to smile about!

And you'll smile too if you check out some more photos of Captain Cavinano's HMS Knight!

Chinese Junk by AtomicBuilder

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

Far away in a distant part of China comes the 'Chinese Junk'. This mighty ship is coloured and decorated with plenty of annotations making it easily recognisable that it is the notorious Chinese Pirates finest vessel! Will they get away with their villainous crimes using the hidden smuggling compartments? Or will the authorities find out who is really behind all this?

Will the authorities find out who is really behind this smuggling business?

Will the authorities find out who is really behind this smuggling business?

AtomicBuilder has created for us this amazing Chinese pirate ship. Using interesting techniques and colours, he has produced a ship even an emperor would be proud of! Fitted put with a shining dragon figurehead, the finest pirate crew sail with pride and dignity as they steal from any ship that comes in their path.

Click to discuss Chinese Junk in the Classic Pirates forum

The Making of the HMS Prince of Wales by Bonaparte

Saturday, May 16th, 2009

Bonaparte shares with us some behind-the-scenes photos in the Pirate forum

After the recently Classic-Pirates.com frontpaged ship, HMS Prince of Wales, by Bonaparte, we have some brilliant news. Bonaparte has been kind enough to offer some behind-the-scenes shots on his somewhat 'community-built' ship - well, at least 'a few great ship builders-built'.

Anyway, rush over to the Pirates forum to check out a backstage tour of the making of the HMS Prince of Wales by Bonaparte!

HMS Prince of Wales by Bonaparte

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

HMS Prince of Whales by Bonaparte

After 6 months in the making and many teaser shots that were making us all spew in envy, Bonaparte releases his new ship in the Pirate forum. The Prince of Wales was a combined effort of Bonaparte, Captain green hair, Errorist, Zorro and HMS243, and it certainly shows that it's built by some of the best ship builders out there.

Featuring beautiful cloth sails and over 160 meters of rigging, this is a ship to be reckoned with. With 60 guns, she's armed to the teeth, and a great addition to Bonaparte's British army.

So come and see this long awaited ship, the HMS Prince of Wales by Bonaparte in the Pirate forum!

The Fire Hornet by Derfel Cardarn

Saturday, May 9th, 2009

Gilded in gold and home to mighty black masts, the Fire Hornet is a ship to be proud of. The ship is housed at Port Gaverne ready to defend against Pirate attacks and and other scallywags who may threaten the docks laden with cargo being prepared for shipping.

Click to discuss The Fire Hornet, a MOC by Derfel Cardarn in the Classic-Pirates.com forum

Unfurl the sails!

Derfel Cardarn, primarily a Pirate theme builder created The Fire Hornet, a mighty ship brimming with munitions and ready to fight. The ship defends the port of his own creation, Port Gaverne. Although the sails are brick built, they have an excellent furled look which is a beautiful detail.

Discuss The Fire Hornet by Derfel Cardarn in the forum!

‘Marie’ a MOC by Tekka Croe

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009

'Marie' is an impressive ship designed with a sleek round stern, plain white sails and a awe inspiring jet black figure head, ready to instill the most hearty pirates with fear. Laden with cannons and rigging this ship is a welcome addition to any navy.

Discuss Marie a MOC by Tekka Croe in the Classic-Pirates.com forum

A menacing black figure head and plain white sails complete the MOC

'Marie' was designed and built by Tekka Croe who's original design varied quite indifferently from this updated version. The unusual element in the MOC is the sleek curved stern which holds the large captain's cabin. The MOC is full of surprises and interesting LEGO® elements and techniques.

Click to discuss 'Marie' a MOC by Tekka Croe in the Classic-Pirate.com forum

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Dutch Fluyt by Captain Cavinano

Sunday, May 3rd, 2009

Dutch Fluyt by Captain Cavinano in the Pirate forum.

Tumblehome effect in CAD? You've got to be joking! But no, Captain Cavinano has done just that with his model of a Dutch Fluyt. This 3-masted ship built entriely digital brick with no pre-fab hulls is quite stunning in its shape, design and colour scheme. And, it has great custom cannons!

Rush over to the Pirate forum and discuss Captain Cavinano's Dutch Fluyt!

HMS Ajax by Lukemax

Saturday, April 25th, 2009

HMS Ajax by Lukemax

Lukemax presents his latest ship, HMS Ajax. Boasting lovey stern windows and a beautiful bow, she has more beautiful curves than the wench at the local tavern...

Head over to the Pirates forum to check her out!

 

On a side note, can all our readers please take a moment today to think about all the brave soldiers that landed at and defended Anzac Cove on this day, 1915. Lest we forget.


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