Have you ever seen a broadside quite like this? Or even a ship like this? Vincent Cheung's ship is elaborately decorated using skeletons - and their horses - to give a bone-chilling effect!
Most Pirate weddings are unhelpfully interrupted by Imperial troops;
luckily there's none around in Legolas' vignette!
Click here to discuss Legolas's Pirate Wedding in the Pirates forum?
Mister Phes wants to know...
"Is it OK to mix dark skinned minfigures with yellow skinned minifigures?"
Click here to submit your vote and opinions
TinyPiesRUs puts the might of the Aztec Empire against the invading Conquistadores! As a playset, it is packed full of action features such as a collapsing wall and prison, but it is also a superb MOC, with details including a sacrificial altar and a golden statue!
Che Guevara once said, "The revolution is not an apple that falls when it is ripe. You have to make it fall." Duke has certainly been down to the orchard with his latest MOC, depicting the storming of the Bastille in Paris by rebel soldiers!
13-year old Neal McClatchey showed the Piratical world what could be done with LDD; his micro-scale version of the Black Seas Barracuda was even included in LEGO set 5525.
Discuss Neal's creation in the Pirate LEGO Forum
When faced with the daunting task of creating a model, many builders just give up, claiming to be victim to an inadequate brick palette, however, there are superb LDD Pirate MOCs.
Checkout LDD creations by our users:
Captain Cavinano's Black Pearl
Medib's Ship-wrecked Island
Joey Lock's Fort Laurence and HMS Unicorn
You could produce something like this, and what's more, you can also have the bricks sent straight to your front-door!