Soldiers Archive

The Battle of Willow’s Creek and Le Coup d’Etat du 18 Brumaire by ImperialScouts

Friday, August 6th, 2010

Armybuilder and MOC expert ImperialScouts had a stand at Brickworld 2010 and brought two MOCs with him. Due to the fact I was quite impressed by them, I could not resist making a small overview of them.

First we have one of  his masterpieces called The Battle of Willow's Creek:

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And the second one is called  Le Coup d'État du 18 Brumaire.

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Custom fort by Brig. Brick

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

Soldiers' fort - a Lego creation by Brig. Brick

A typical day in the fort...

A new user Brig. Brick has built this nice-looking soldiers' fort, cleverly using the cool Coast Guard-theme baseplate.

This Pirate-themed Lego creation is full of details, such as the jail, the treasury and lots of other rooms and secret passages. Make sure to check them all out!

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Tournament of Retribution Entry by Capt.JohnPaul!

Sunday, June 13th, 2010

Tournament of Retribution II Entry by Capt.JohnPaul

Tournament of Retribution participant, Capt.JohnPaul harasses one of Eurobricks most famous Redcoats.....Joey Lock! In this comic Joey is taunted into battle, has his ship sunk and some of his crew drowned. How will Joey respond to all of these anti-Redcoat actions?

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‘Admiralty’ by Kerntechniker

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

Look at those lovely windows!

EB-member Kerntechniker has made a lovely building. It's the house of a naval admiral with a big anchor in front of it. The windows are made in a very nice way and you should also take a look at the magnificent interior (on the bottom of page 1).  Overall this is a good way of making an 18th century residence and it also provides lots of ideas to other MOC'ers.

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The Second Battle of Trenton by Admiral Ron

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

2nd Battle of Trenton by Admiral Ron

Admiral Ron presents us with his Bayonets at Dawn entry, The  Second Battle of Trenton also known as The Battle of Assunpink Creek. The American Revolutionists stand firm as the British Redcoats advance across the bridge.  Who will emerge victorious?

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The former ‘Albion’ by Koffiemoc

Friday, May 14th, 2010

Some time ago, Koffiemoc made a ship for the Jolly Roger Contest (on another forum). Somehow he didn't post it on our forum, but now he did! And it looks great! It's almost minifig-scale (!) and based on the building plans of a swedish coaster which makes it almost completely historically accurate. It also has some fine details like an anchor-windlass instead of a regular capstan. Koffiemoc also said he wants to make more ships in the future. Until then, we'll keep this beauty within out memories!

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Lying in Wait by Lego Warlord 8

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

Lying in Wait

Lying in Wait

British Scouts in a remote location never saw the American Revolutionaries coming.  This beautiful MOC shows some unique techniques for tree's and rock formations, and is truly a piece of art.  I hope those cherries weren't poisonous. 

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WIP: Achille and Guerri¨re, French frigates by Perfectionist

Thursday, April 15th, 2010
Two splendid frigates in progress!

Eurobricks member Perfectionist is back from the seas, and he shared his progress on the Achille and Guerri¨re with us! Two brand-new highly detailed French frigates! Perfectionist has used several nice techniques to make those ships even more special. There is even an interior!

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Latest update ‘Prins Willim’ by Captain Greenhair

Friday, April 9th, 2010

Real minfig scale it is!

Finally a new update of the mammoth ship 'Prins Willim' by our respected Captain Greenhair! The hold is now almost finished so it won't take long anymore before Greenhair will start on the gundeck(!). And that's not all. This ship is also going to have real LED-lights for the lanterns! Many EB-members say this is the best lego ship ever made. It's real minifig scale and made exactly after the plans of the real ship. Furthermore, it uses the best lego shipbuilding techniques and it has inspired a lot of other MOC'ers. If you're interested in Lego-ships, you just can't miss this beauty!

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The fourth stage of Le Fourageux by Captain Blackmoor

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010
The fourth stage of Le Fourageux by Captain Blackmoor

The impressive stern of the 'Fourageux'

Shipyard Master Captain Blackmoor is currently building a massive ship-of-the-line. It will probably become one of the biggest 'sailing' Lego ships ever build! In the fourth stage, we can see the part from the stern to the main mast, and the bow. This update is very useful for other shipbuilders since you can still see the construction and used building techniques. How big this thing will become, can be explained by the number of used bricks. Just for the hull, Blackmoor has already used more than 1000 'jumper plates' (so 1000 kinds of one specific brick!!). This ship is certainly worth to take a look at.

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