Soldiers Archive

Blue Imperial Fort

Thursday, September 12th, 2019

Once again Pantelis has wowed us over in the Pirate Forum with the latest creation of Blue Imperial Fort ... but what is a fort without another Pirate hideout?

So take some shore leave and go check this out today!

Austrian Grenadier charge at Aspern

Tuesday, August 6th, 2019

Eurobricks member Woody64 has shared his 1790 - 1815 Vignettes in the Pirate Forum.

This particular one caught my eye as I love when paintings of history are recreated in Lego!  This scene from the battle of Aspern-Essling was recreated with the help of some custom headgear.

In May of 1809 Napoleon attempted to cross the Danube near Vienna but was driven back by the Austrians under Archduke Charles's command.  This battle was significant as Napoleon had not been defeated in over a decade.  Unfortunately for the Archduke Napoleon was able to withdraw the majority of forces so it was never declared a decicive victory.

So enough of the history lesson go check out the rest of his vignettes post haste!

The road towards peace …

Saturday, July 27th, 2019

Eurobricks user Keymonus shared this great little beach scene as part of a collaborative story about the events unfolding in the settlement of Charlatan Bay.  Charlatan Bay is a Sea Rat port in the Bretheren of the Brick Seas subforum.

So come ashore and check out the story, also be sure to click the spoiler in the thread to read the rest of the story!

6263 Imperial Outpost Redesigned by Robinson

Saturday, October 11th, 2014

 

With the eminent return of LEGO Pirates, we're starting to see more and more classic pirate sets redesigned, and they're truly works of art! This one, done by Robinson is particularly amazing because it's instantly recognizable as set #6263, however it exhibits advanced build techniques, as well as more realistic colors.

Head over to the forum to view more of 6263 Imperial Outpost Redesigned!

Harbour Town by Captain Braunsfeld

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014

Pirate MOCer Captain Braunsfeld has presented another great creation!  It is built on a raised baseplate, features excellent buildings, and has many play features.  Definitely worth checking out!

Stop by the forum and comment on Harbour Town by Captain Braunsfeld!

Imperial Fort by Disco86

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

Eurobricks member Disco86 has built this lovely diorama of a bluecoat fort, with its own ship to boot! Inspired by such sets as 6276 El Dorado Fortress and 6280 Armada Flagship, this build features some neat interior scenes, some creative use of masonry bricks, and even a seagull or two!

See more pictures and comment on Imperial Fort in the forum!

Eldorado Fortress 2014 by -DONE-

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014
Eldorado Fortress 2014

Eldorado Fortress 2014

Eurobricks member Viktor aka -DoNe- has shared with us his first pirate MOC in two years! This time he's chosen to remake the classic Eldorado Fortress for the Imperial Soldiers. Keeping true to this sets classic nature, he opted to avoid using modern build techniques. Never the less the base plate has been replaced with a brick built rock design and the ramp looks especially accurate with its "circular" rock designs, much like the printing on the original.

Head to the forum to discuss Eldorado Fortress 2014

Arriving on Shore by Louie le Brickvalier

Friday, January 10th, 2014

Arriving on Shore

EB member Louie le Brickvalier built this great little scene.  It is packed full of excellent building techniques, and beautiful textures! This is the start of a intriguing story about Louis of Westerham hunting the infamous Captain Talon.

Come by the forum, follow the story, and comment on Arriving on Shore!

British Bomb Vessels by Captain Braunsfeld

Monday, November 4th, 2013

 

British Bomb Vessels

Captain Braunsfeld created these excellent little bomb ships.  They have a old school LEGO Pirates look to them.  They would fit in nice with classic sets, like Eldorado Fortress or Sabre Island.

Stop by the forum and comment on British Bomb Vessels!

Ship of the Line INVICTUS by Radmond_Barry

Saturday, August 10th, 2013
Ship of the Line INVICTUS

My Head is Bloody, but Unbowed

A whopping 66 guns and 5,500 bricks for his first large-scale MOC, Eurobricks user Radmond_Barry aka "Rad Draven" brings the forums this truly unconquerable ship of the line. Using spot-on custom rigging and sails, as well as smooth design and modularity, he shows that even with a simple plastic brick, we are the master of our fate, the captain of our soul.

Share your thoughts on Ship of the Line INVICTUS in the Forum.



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