Soldiers Archive

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!

Check out WIP: Achille and Guerri¨re by Perfectionist in the forum!

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!

Discuss the Latest update 'Prins Willim' by Captain Greenhair in the forum now!

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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Fort Magnis by Derfel Cardarn

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

Fort Magnis by Derfel Cardarn

Nice fort, isn't it?

Being a MOC Expert, Derfel Cardarn always impresses everyone on the forum with his creations. They are always full of details and with great techniques. Fort Magnis is no exception, it's a pleasure for the eye! It was made for the Jolly Roger Contest and it will be a very good participant. It's hard to believe that the creator himself isn't totally pleased by the result. If you also want to see the magnificent back of this MOC, I'd say: Head over to the forum, and...

...see Fort Magnis by Derfel Cardarn for yourself!

Yo ho Yo ho! by NewRight

Sunday, February 7th, 2010

Yo ho Yo ho! ...a Pirates life for me!

Discuss NewRight's Yo ho Yo ho! Pirate MOC into the Pirate MOC forum!

Drinking, pillaging and burning!

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Fort Cliff by Puriri

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

Hopefully those soldiers don't have fear of heights!

Classic-Pirates member Puriri has posted one of his MOC's for the first time. It was such a good creation that he made it to the frontpage straightaway! He has made a very high cliff and a great stairway leading to the fort on top of it. It's almost impossible for any enemy soldiers to occupy Fort Cliff. Creator Puriri isn't completely satisfied by the name of it, so any suggestion is welcome.

Do you have a suggestion for the name of his fort, or do you want to see the magnificent stairs?

Then head over to the forum and see Fort Cliff by Puriri for yourself!

Le Grandeur by Captain Zuloo

Friday, January 29th, 2010

A brand new frigate appears at the horizon!

Shipyard Master Captain Zuloo has been working on this wonderful frigate, and now it is finished! With fantastic colours, great curved shape and outstanding sails this ship is a pleasure to the eye. It took some time to build it all, but the work has paid off very well. Be sure to read the small story as well for a good laugh!

Go ahead and discuss Le Grandeur by Captain Zuloo in the forum!

Port Framboise by Unitron6991

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

Bluecoats' land-based MOC Port Framboise by Unitron6991

Port Framboise - a MOC by Unitron6991!

Classic-Pirates.com user Unitron6991 has built a port for his bluecoat soldiers.

Port Framboise was made solely using pieces of three classic sets many of us know and love: 6259 Broadside's Brig, 6267 Lagoon Lock-Up, and 6265 Sabre Island. The MOC itself looks like a set that LEGO created at the beginning of 1990's but somehow kept a secret from us until today!

Check it out to get some classic LEGO Pirates feeling! The MOC is still Work in Progress but already looks like a finished set - we're eager to find out what the final version will look like. Keep checking it for updates!

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