Ships Archive

R.S. Neptune by mrsniady1

Monday, July 15th, 2013
R.S. Neptune

Ocean's Great Neptune

"I am the Sea. Literally." His second completed ship MOC, yet still not his magnum opus, Eurobricks user mrsniady1 presents the Forums this grand and god-like Redcoat vessel. Using custom machine-sewn sails, a slope-tumblehome technique, two gun decks, and a working capstan, he reminds us who exactly has the powers of the sea in their hands.

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LDD MOC: Black Pearl by Murdoch17

Thursday, July 11th, 2013
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The Black Pearl gets a digital makeover!

Eurobricks member Murdoch17 has given the LDD treatment to everyone's favourite Disney ship, the Black Pearl! With some visual cues taken from the Imperial Flagship, Murdoch17's redesign features a closed deck, an increase in fire power, and a bulked-up captain's cabin. It's a ship worthy of Captain Sparrow himself!

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The Sea Chantey by Redshanks

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013
The Sea Chantey

Song of the Sea

"Sing that again, sailor!" His first completed MOC, Eurobricks user Redshanks brings the forums this mellow and harmonious LEGO pirate ship. Inspired by LEGO ship sets #4184 The Black Pearl and #6243 Brickbeard's Bounty, as well as making use of custom sails, rigging, a rotating winch, and overall fluent design, he keeps the songs of LEGO Pirates flowing through the seas.

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Goodwin-Austen Rigging by Mr. Townsend

Thursday, June 20th, 2013

Crazy Realistic Rigging!

While we don't usually blog works in progress, Mr. Townsend's WIP ship the Goodwin-Austen is coming along nicely.  Here is a preview of his super realistic rigging!  The rigging alone is a real masterpiece, some of the best I've ever seen!

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Redskull Pirate Sloop by mrsniady1

Thursday, June 13th, 2013

Redskull Pirate Sloop

 

New user mrsniady1's first MOC is a cute little pirate sloop.  Complete with many excellent building techniques, and very nice custom sails!  Inspired by our own legendary shipbuilders, this ship has a lot in a small package.

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The Skull Eye Schooner by Yawgmoth

Friday, June 7th, 2013
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An old favourite with a new twist!

Eurobricks member Yawgmoth has put his own spin on the classic Skull's Eye Schooner. While still recognizable with its original colour scheme and figurehead, the updated ship also features some welcome new additions, such as more cannons, a closed deck, and a furnished captain's cabin.

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Old Ship by Hrvoje Majetich

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013
Old Ship

Old and Bold

Age before beauty? It would certainly be fair to say that this is a ship of both. His first attempt at a pirate ship, MOCpages user Hrvoje Majetich brings the forums this magnificent "wooden" craft. Utilizing new and brilliant design, detail, and texture, he reminds us that even the oldies still got their kicks.

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An Imperial Ship by Purple Wolf

Friday, May 31st, 2013
An Imperial Ship

Simply Elegant

Though simply named "An Imperial Ship", one can see that this is not a simple ship at all. His first LEGO Pirate ship MOC, Forbidden Cove user Purple Wolf creates this sleek and defined Redcoat vessel. Using full custom rigging, a creative rolled-up sail technique, and overall nice part usage, he brings one more ship to the Imperial Fleet.

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