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Lego Pirate Tattoo!

Friday, August 31st, 2012

Lego Pirate tattoo


Whilst pirates usually carry mermaid or anchor tattoos on their arm, some Lego pirate fans choose a pirate tattoo on their turn. There's not much left of the fact that Lego was designed to be a kid's toy. Lego tatoos is an AFOL thing for sure, and they exist of many more themes!

Check out Lego Pirate Tattoo in the forum!

Hut and Statue by Mariko

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

Islander hut and statue

An Islander and his pig share this lovely hut!

Islanders have always been a fun branch off of the Pirate's theme. Mariko brings us this lovely hut and statue built for every common Islander to enjoy. With an awesome statue, tiki torches, and a pig by their side, who wouldn't want to visit this lovely home?

Discuss the hut and statue in the forum.

Soldiers Outpost by Brick Vader

Thursday, July 5th, 2012
Soldiers Outpost by Brick Vader

One of very few MOC's with a soldier doing the laundry.

On tropical island somewhere in the caribbean is a beautiful small outpost. The apples, animal and laundry make the scene look quite realistic. This effect is also enlarged by the variety of plants. Not much is known about the builder's ideas about this, but there seem to be plans for a larger piratical building.

Check out Soldiers Outpost by Brick Vader in the forum.

Marshal Ney’s VI Corps 1805 by michaelozzie

Monday, July 2nd, 2012

Beautifully Done!

I love a good Napoleonic army builder and michaelozzie has delivered 3 regiments fighting under Marshal Ney in 1805.  The figures have great detail and the custom pieces (some from woody64) look fantastic- michaelozzie even gives us a little history lesson on his choices for the regiment details!

Read your history book then discuss Marshal Ney's VI Corps in the forum!

LEGO and Animals

Friday, June 15th, 2012
LEGO and Animals

Wouldn't this make a great LEGO set?

Have you ever made a LEGO farm when you realized there were certain crucial animals missing? For example, there can't be found any LEGO sheep & deer, and pigs are also a very recent addition. Eurobricks member Wrinkledog has designed a few animals, and even if your favourite isn't amongst them, you can still vote for it on CUUSOO.

Check out Article: LEGO and Animals in the Special LEGO Themes Forum!

Fort Royal by Elander

Sunday, October 2nd, 2011

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A fort both strong and full of decorations.

A classic fort for the Armada, that's basically the only information we get about this awesome MOC. The rest will be told by the exceptionally high amount of pictures. The fort is full of great details so the small amount of text will be compensated for sure.

Check out Fort Royal by Elander in the forum.

Port for the Imperial Flagship by Gahrian

Saturday, August 27th, 2011

Where the Imperial Flagship makes birth

With more blue base plates than you can shake a fist at, the Port for the Imperial Flagship is a LEGO masterpiece. Built around the Imperial Flagship, this MOC has so many details and some very clever building techniques.  I always say the devil is in the details, and there are lots of little devils running around this MOC.

Be sure to check out Port for the Imperial Flagship in the forum.

Lots of new LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean stuff

Sunday, April 3rd, 2011

pirates caribbean barbossa jack sparrow elizabeth swann gibbs davy jones theme game black pearl flying dutchman dauntless eic east india company kraken isla muerta setsOur PotC themes discusssion thread may seem a little bit confusing with 111 pages, so here are some interesting new finds:

  • Two trailers of the new LEGO video game: here and here.
  • There is going to be a mysterious wooden Jack Sparrow minifigure.
  • There are a few reviews already on a Russian forum (in Russian, but the pictures tell the tale):

Reviews: Isla de Muerta, The Cannibal Escape and Whitecap Bay, made by VerSen & Zeek.

  • And finally, a few new posters of the movie have been posted here.

And if you've seen all this stuff, it's time to...

...discuss it in the LEGO Pirates Forum!

H.M.S. Saint Matthew by mattb483

Sunday, March 20th, 2011

58 guns can sink anything!

Sometimes size does matter 2 dozen, maybe 4 dozen cannons, no 58.  58 cannons are riding along the H.M.S Saint Matthew ready to destroy anything in her path.  There is much more to see so be sure to follow the link and prepare to be impressed.

Comment on the H.M.S Saint Matthew  in the forum.

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