Vignettes Archive

The Courtroom from the 18th Century by Dzoni90

Thursday, June 26th, 2014
The Courtroom from the 18th Century

The Courtroom from the 18th Century

Floating around the forum lately has been this beautiful scene, The Courtroom from the 18th Century. It was created by user Dzoni90 and his brother. The statues in this scene are very fun, as is the second level with all the onlookers. It's a perfect use of the Collectible Minifigure Series 9 Judge, but there's also some other great uses of minifigures from the past.

Head on over to the forum to discuss and view more pics of The Courtroom from the 18th Century 

Burying the treasure by Mestari

Monday, April 28th, 2014

X marks the spot

EB member Mestari created this neat little vignette, depicting pirates burying their treasure.  The leafy tree, owl, and layering ground texture, give this MOC an inland feel.  Most MOCs of this nature are beach scenes, so it's nice to see this activity in a different setting.

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PTC The Miss Elizabeth and Cliffs of Bricksburg by Frank Brick Wright and Mr. Townsend

Saturday, March 22nd, 2014
The Miss Elizabeth and the Cliffs of Bricksburg

The Miss Elizabeth and the Cliffs of Bricksburg

Another splendid contest entry! This time it's contestants Frank Brick Wright and Mr. Townsend have shared with us The Miss Elizabeth and Cliffs of Bricksburg. The ship utilizes some great custom sails, and although small, it's still a stunning display piece. The second half of the build has a great cliff side, and a well designed tower. There's some extra detail thrown in there too, even some custom torso decals!

Head on over to the forum to see more pictures of The Miss Elizabeth and Cliffs of Bricksburg

Imperial Barracks by Soccerkid6

Saturday, January 25th, 2014
Imperial Barracks

Imperial Barracks

Isaac aka SoccerKid6 has taken a break from his Castle MOCs to bring us this stunning Imperial Barracks. The build depicts a great amount of detail and realism, as well as maintaining the classic Imperial Guard color scheme. It also utilizes a non uniform base, and perhaps most importantly, is SoccerKid6's use of Technic pins which give the promise of much more to come!

See more images of the Imperial Barracks over in the forum!

I believe it’s this way by lenjoyLego89

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

 

I believe it's this way, but I'm not sure!

Attempting a new water technique, Eurobricks user lenjoyLego89 built this great little vignette.  I can feel the action in the scene, the boat rocking back and forth, it almost feels as if it is actually moving!

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Aztec Golden Pyramid by ACPin

Sunday, December 8th, 2013

Gold, Gold, Shiny Gold!

Eurobricks fellow and MOC expert ACPin built this micro-scale pyramid for the PhLUG community build.  Excellent photography depicting the view from a conquistador's telescope. Did I mention gold?  Its every pirates best friend!

 

March on over to the forum and explore the mysteries of the Aztec Golden Pyramid!

Port by turambar

Wednesday, December 4th, 2013
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Supplies Abound!

Turambar has created this large 108x96 stud display featuring a brilliant ship, island area, and busting port town. There are some great shots of the town in action on the forum post.   All the little details really give the town life and the design of the buildings is top notch.

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Well, that’s something brilliant! by Lego Kocka

Tuesday, November 26th, 2013
Discuss Well, that's something brilliant! in the forum

Those waters seem a bit choppy today!

It's possible none of us has seen this before, and it's about time we do. Though it is a bit old, it's still a wonderful build. Lego Kocka has posted this moc on Facebook a while ago, but it deserves some attention here for some great timeless techniques and an overall neat and clean build.

Discuss Well, that's something brilliant! in the forum.



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