July 11th, 2013 posted by Capt. Redblade
The Black Pearl gets a digital makeover!
Eurobricks member Murdoch17 has given the LDD treatment to everyone's favourite Disney ship, the Black Pearl! With some visual cues taken from the Imperial Flagship, Murdoch17's redesign features a closed deck, an increase in fire power, and a bulked-up captain's cabin. It's a ship worthy of Captain Sparrow himself!
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July 9th, 2013 posted by Capt. Stabbin
Eurobricks member Inconspicuous created this scene, featuring a soldier honoring the ruins of a fort. With interesting building techniques, like the tiles for the roof and SNOT water, this MOC fits right in at Classic Pirates!
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July 6th, 2013 posted by Grimmbeard
Royal Regiment Marches In
"Left, right, left, right." His second MOC in the Forums, Eurobricks user PaladinPL continues his LEGO tales with this bold yet scurvy pirate creation. Using a classic color scheme, attention to detail, and nice overall design, he "reinforces" the pirate scene for time to come.
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July 3rd, 2013 posted by Grimmbeard
Song of the Sea
"Sing that again, sailor!" His first completed MOC, Eurobricks user Redshanks brings the forums this mellow and harmonious LEGO pirate ship. Inspired by LEGO ship sets #4184 The Black Pearl and #6243 Brickbeard's Bounty, as well as making use of custom sails, rigging, a rotating winch, and overall fluent design, he keeps the songs of LEGO Pirates flowing through the seas.
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June 28th, 2013 posted by Capt. Stabbin
War is coming!
User michaelozzie is amassing a huge army for an upcomming MOC based on John H. Gill's epic "Thunder on the Danube: Napoleon's defeat of the Hapsburgs".
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June 24th, 2013 posted by Capt. Redblade
It's a lonely job, but someone's gotta do it.
Eurobricks member Robinson presents this quiet diorama, showcasing the lonely life of a Redcoat stuck on watch duty in the middle of the ocean. Some great techniques are employed, such as the rounding of the tower and the SNOT pier.
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June 22nd, 2013 posted by Grimmbeard
Crib in the Carib'
"Welcome to the crib". Based a bit on LEGO set #6270 Forbidden Island, but with his own unique attributes and style, Eurobricks user Brig. Brick displays this lively pirate "paradise". Using creative details, design, and scenery, he shows all of the "monkey business" of the LEGO Pirates crew.
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June 20th, 2013 posted by Capt. Stabbin
Crazy Realistic Rigging!
While we don't usually blog works in progress, Mr. Townsend's WIP ship the Goodwin-Austen is coming along nicely. Here is a preview of his super realistic rigging! The rigging alone is a real masterpiece, some of the best I've ever seen!
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