March 28th, 2013 posted by Grimmbeard
A Ship of Honor and Glory
They say patience is a virtue, but this ship won't hesitate to blast you to pieces! Made of three midsections and a couple thousand bricks, Flickr user Champics16 creates this bold and truly virtuous LEGO Pirate ship MOC. Using excellent custom rigging, technique, and color scheme, he sets sail well-deserved honor onto the seas.
Share your thoughts on HMS Virtue in the Forum.
March 28th, 2013 posted by darkdragon
Mark of Falworth brings us this beautiful and exciting end to his Mark of Tortuga pirate story. The final chapter is something you won't want to miss with stunning photography and equally stunning builds.
Discuss Sailing into the Sunset in the forum.
March 26th, 2013 posted by Capt. Redblade
Those wascally wedcoats!
Events have taken a festive turn in Frank Brick Wright's latest assault on the Redcoats' dignity in his Round Three entry for the TOR!
Check out An Easter Tale in the forum!
March 24th, 2013 posted by Capt. Stabbin
Here we go, it's a retribution time!
Blackar has created a very original entry in round 3 of the Tournament of Retribution III, based on the classic video game. Can Mario defeat the bad and mad Bowser?
Hop on over and comment on Redcoat Marioworld in the forum!
March 22nd, 2013 posted by Admiral Croissant
The Third Tournament of Retribution has almost come to an end. For almost 4 months, the Pirate MOCs Forum has been flooded with the most humiliating, painful and hilarious LEGO comics we've seen in a long time. A total of 11 finalists have made their way to the third round, and now it's time for you to vote for your favourites!
Read the comics and cast your vote in the Pirate MOCs Forum.
March 20th, 2013 posted by Grimmbeard
Surprise, MOC Forum!
Surprise! Based on the ship from Master and Commander, as well as the books by Patrick O'brian, Eurobricks user Tobiasz takes inspiration from fellow ship MOCers and his own creativity to create this bold LEGO Pirate MOC. Using nice sails, rigging, and technique, he keeps old and new traditions running, reminding us of the awesomeness this classic vessel has.
Share your thoughts on HMS Surprise - 24 gun frigate in the Forum.
March 18th, 2013 posted by Capt. Redblade
Make sure to get my good side, lads!
Jalkow has created this scurvy-looking scoundrel for a contest at Forbiddencove, but was kind enough to share it with us nonetheless! The red crowbars make for a very shaggy beard and the minifig torsos create a nice raised-eyebrow effect. Looks like he's already planning his next looting!
Discuss Captain Jimmy in the forum.