Vignettes Archive

MOC: Malborghet, Vignette based on painting by Woody64

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

Click here to discuss Malborghet a Vignette based on a painting by Woody64 in the Classic-Pirates.com forums

Woody64 has created for us this vignette based off the respective painting. Not only is this accurate top to bottom to the original painting piece of work but also historically, so all you history fans will be pleased. This was also a great opportunity for Woody to show off some of his excellent moulded minifig accessories such has the hats some of the troops are wearing. Woody has also gone to the effort of producing custom torso decals for his men providing a source of inspiration for all the customizers out there. It seems like this vignette has something for everyone!

Click to view Malborghet by Woody64 in the forump

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Pirates Rock a MOC by Rupi

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

Standing at least a hundred feet tall in the midst of the great ocean is Pirates Rock. A sort of mix between a  sacrificial and execution platform for pirates, scum and the like. This time a scurvy band of Pirates have captured a poor Redcoat. After stealing his treasure they have become bored and are throwing him into the snapping jaws of the hungry shark below.

Snap!

Snap!

Rupi, a well renowned vignette builder has produced this latest MOC. It features a tall stack, the perfect location for a Pirate hideout. One of the most interesting features of the MOC is that at the top the brick structure turns on it's side allowing for the jutting edge where you can see the Redcoat being pushed off. The Shark's splash adds extra energy into the scene. Sacrificial platform or just somewhere to feed the sharks? Say what you think in the forum.

Click to discuss Pirate Rock by Rupi in the forum

Castaway Pirate by michaelozzie

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009
Will the pirate land safe and sound on the beach?

Will the pirate land safe and sound on the beach?

Classic-Pirates.com member michaelozzie shares a nice creation with us again! This time it is a castaway pirate, landing on the beach in a hilarious way! With some nice techniques for the wave and beach you really have to see it!

Will the poor fellow survive the crash? Find out by checking it out in the forum!

War Cows by Sir Wellington

Friday, July 24th, 2009

War Cows by Sir Wellington in the Classic-Pirates.com forum

Sir Wellington has come up with this comical little MOC that depicts a funny cavalry. These guys don't use boring old horses like everyone else, no, they use cows!

So get yourself to the forum to see this amusing
concept of War Cows by Sir Wellington!

Whac-a-Scallywag by Puddleglum

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

Flickr member Puddleglum built this hilarious Pirate MOC, Whac-A-Scallywag.

Whac-A-Scallywag by Puddleglum

Take a look at all of those prizes! A starfish, cutlass and even a banana for your pet monkey. The MOC has a lovely roof, along with some other very creative ideas.

Head on over to the Pirate forum to see more pictures and give the builder some feedback!

Gentlemen, this is a day that you will always remember… by Talon Karrde

Wednesday, July 1st, 2009

Gentlemen, this is a day that you will always remember... by Talon Karrde in the Classic-Pirates.com forum

Talon Karrde recently recieved his Brickarms order, and inspired by one of our favourite Disney Pirate movies, he has come up with a grand little vignette!

Head over to the Pirate forum to see Talon Karrde's vignette.

Who had turned off the light? by Ewok

Sunday, June 28th, 2009

Who had turned off the light? by Ewok on Classic-Pirates.com

Ewok shares with us a clever little vignette depicting a blind pirate - blind because of a barrel! But where the hell did it come from? Using a simple concept and design, this MOC makes a big impression. Check this out and have your laugh for the day!

Hurry on over to the Pirate forum to see Ewok's 'Who had turned off the light?'

Fire at will! by Zorro

Monday, June 22nd, 2009

Fire at Will! by Zorro

Admiral Zorro shares with us a second brilliant MOC. This time, although not big in size, this one is big in detail! Zorro has here used many innovative techniques such as his ship hull roundness and smoke. This is a lovely MOC that we're sure you'll want to check out!

So head on over to the Pirate forum and see Fire at will! by Admiral Zorro!



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