January 15th, 2013 posted by darkdragon
Spruce Up Your Room
Simply detailed. Adding these furniture items to an Officer's cabin is a great final touch to a ship or even as part of a vignette or comic scene. It's great how WesVDell has created some iconic furniture and kept it in a nice minifig scale without looking bulky or out of place.
Discuss Officer's Furniture on the forum.
January 12th, 2013 posted by Admiral Croissant
Image by Hjmediastudios
The first round of the Tournament of Retribution III was a success with many great entries related to the theme Islanders. Now it's time for the second round which will be open until the 2nd of february. So stay tuned to see more hilarious comics and cruel molestation. The theme of this round is Pirates!
Read what this Tournament of Retribution is all about and keep an eye on the Pirates Forum.
January 11th, 2013 posted by Grimmbeard
Bustlin' Pirate Square!
Looks like we're leaving, Gibbs! A year since emerging from his dark ages, Eurobricks user eurotrash has created this awesome LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean inspired MOC. His first MOC on the Pirates forum, eurotrash uses nice detail, SNOT, and design to create this lively port scene.
Share your thoughts on Pirate Quayside in the forum.
January 8th, 2013 posted by Walter
Admiral Croissant has been making many comics for the Tournament of Retribution. In "Another Pig Tale" we get to feast upon the good Admiral's ingenuity for hunting pesky redcoats. Want to find out what happens?
Read the comic, then discuss Another Pig Tale in the forum
January 6th, 2013 posted by Grimmbeard
One of the scariest pirate flags of all time.
Whether you're a fan of LEGO Pirates, or just Pirates in general, you'll definitely know the good old Jolly Roger when you see it! Brickshelf user Choking-Hazards takes the classic skull and crossbones a step further by creating this awesome 3D design!
Take a closer look and discuss Jolly Roger in the forum.
January 4th, 2013 posted by Grimmbeard
6248 Volcano Island Redux
Many current fans of LEGO Pirates never knew the classic sets back in the day. Sure there are the legends such as the Black Seas Barracuda, but there were in fact many other sets some modern fans never had. Eurobricks user 74louloute leans in to breach this gap by adding his own spin on the 1996 set "6248 Volcano Island" made for the L13 contest on Piratebrick.net. Using different rock techniques, "fleshy" skin tones, a home-made sail, and even a working volcano, he creates a new image for classic Pirates that everyone can now know.
Comment on 6248 Volcano Island Redux in the forum.
January 2nd, 2013 posted by Boomchil
Every true Pirate fan will recognize this instantly
Revisiting a classic set may sound like an simple task at first, but it certainly isn't. There are many things to consider, and it's very easy to loose the spirit of the original set. However CaptainSpaulding has made it without any flaw, in a perfect alchemy. It's packed with details, and at the same time recognizable at first glance. Plus, this has been done in less than four hours! An outstanding work, which makes me wish that Lego revisited its legendary sets...
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January 1st, 2013 posted by Captain Blackmoor
The Classic-Pirates.com Staff wishes you a very creative and happy 2013!
We are very proud of our members and the community, so a big thank you for you for making 2012 a year to remember! Let's make the upcoming year even more spectacular! Now off to the pubs with you scallywags! See you next year and watch yourself!
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