Ships Archive

Morthen’s Golden Whale

Saturday, July 7th, 2012

The Golden Whale

Now with RC cannons!

Morthen's Golden Whale shows off a brilliant gold and red color scheme. However this vessel isn't just nice to look at, but it also features working remote controlled cannons! Perfect for taking on Pirates who are up for a watery battle. Be sure to check out the video in the forum of the cannons in action.

Fire at will, and then discuss the Golden Whale in the forum.

The Admirable Admiral by Svelte

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012
The Admirable Admiral

A Mighty Home on the Sand

The story behind this ship is as interesting as the ship itself. The shipwreck became the home of a poor ex Imperial Officer, though she isn't seaworthy any more, she made a fine home for him. There is so much detail in such a small space it amazes me. Using the rock formation as a natural stair case, keeping the look of the ship while adding a "front yard" for the tiny house, and the plants turning the old mast into a tree again, are all some really great details not to be missed. You'll want to check the thread to see the large photos and some great part usage as well as read the whole story behind the project.

Comment The Admirable Admiral in the forum.

Two new Black Pearls!

Saturday, June 30th, 2012
Two new Black Pearls

"what a ship is... what the Black Pearl really is... is freedom!"

Even though there hasn't been a new Pirates of the Caribbean LEGO set for a while now, there are still quite a lot of different new Black Pearls in the make. Here are two fine examples, made by Eurobricks member -DoNe-, and goruzaeru. They both have unique features even though they clearly have been made after the same ship.

Visit goruzaeru's Black Pearl in the forum...

...and -DoNe-'s ship too!

HMS Intersector by Sebeus I

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012
HMS Intersector

A blue Redcoat ships to fight the Bluecoats!

Even though this ship is quite basic, it looks splendid! Euobricks member Sebeus I didn't overdo it on the decorations, but the ship has everything that a good ship needs. And there are also some nice details to be found.

Check out HMS Intersector by Sebeus I in the forum!

More ships for the fleet! by Perfectionist

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012
More ships for the fleet!

f.l.t.r: Furieuse, Médée, Magicienne, Concorde, Sirène, Aigle.

Eurobricks member Perfectionist doesn't share just one or two ships with us, he's made an entire fleet of six ships! Making use of only the best minifig illusion scale shipbuilding techniques these vessels are some of the best ever made. New techniques have also been applied,  making them what Perfectionist calls NextGen ships.

Discuss More ships for the fleet! by Perfectionist in the forum!

DarkTemplar’s Flying Dutchman

Wednesday, June 13th, 2012

The Flying Dutchman

DarkTemplar's take on the Flying Dutchman

The Flying Dutchman has been built by a handful of builders before, with each version showcasing unique features and details. DarkTemplar continues the tradition with his version of Davy Jones' famous ship. The color scheme of grey, black, and dark green works surprisingly well for this vessel, and the white leaf pieces used as sails are particularly creative. The ship is also built in the scale of a set, so that it wouldn't dwarf official LEGO pirate ships like The Black Pearl or the Queen Anne's Revenge.

Discuss the Flying Dutchman in the forum.

Explorer by turambar

Saturday, June 9th, 2012
Explorer by turambar

With four different shades of brown.

A nice, realistic and fast looking brig has been made by Eurobricks member turambar.It's his first real attempt at making a LEGO ship, and it's a good one. There are quite some interesting features to be found, such as brickbuilt sails, a capstan,  and snot hatches and grates. When you're in need of a look-out, this ship is your man!

Explore Explorer by turambar in the forum.

Danish navy brig by Anders T

Monday, June 4th, 2012

Danish navy brig by Anders T

With a beautiful lifeboat as well!

Anders T has made a few very impressive large ships on LDD, and this brig is his first reallife MOC with the same techniques. This ship is refreshing and very historically accurate. It doesn't have sails yet, so an update is to be expected.

Comment on Danish navy brig by Anders T in the forum.



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