December 18th, 2013 posted by Capt. Stabbin
I believe it's this way, but I'm not sure!
Attempting a new water technique, Eurobricks user lenjoyLego89 built this great little vignette. I can feel the action in the scene, the boat rocking back and forth, it almost feels as if it is actually moving!
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December 16th, 2013 posted by Capt. Redblade
The Caribbean Clipper's all grown up.
Inspired by the Lego Pirates audio dramas, eurobricks member Matthias130182 brings us his interpretation of Governor Broadside's flagship, the Cannonball! Taking some cues from the classic Caribbean Clipper, this beauty comes well-equipped with 16 guns and a full crew. Pirates beware!
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December 14th, 2013 posted by Capt. Stabbin
Awesome little pirate ship!
Flickr user lego addict created this great little pirate ship. Featuring excellent details like, 4 guns, rigging, handmade sails, and interesting building techniques. There is a lot packed into this little MOC!
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December 11th, 2013 posted by darkdragon
Relaxing on a rolling lagoon.
Legopard created this wonderful vignette to show off his new moldable water technique, but the whole scene is worth a closer look. Many amazing details in such a small space will make you wonder why you never thought to use parts in these ways.
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December 8th, 2013 posted by Capt. Stabbin
Gold, Gold, Shiny Gold!
Eurobricks fellow and MOC expert ACPin built this micro-scale pyramid for the PhLUG community build. Excellent photography depicting the view from a conquistador's telescope. Did I mention gold? Its every pirates best friend!
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December 4th, 2013 posted by darkdragon
Turambar has created this large 108x96 stud display featuring a brilliant ship, island area, and busting port town. There are some great shots of the town in action on the forum post. All the little details really give the town life and the design of the buildings is top notch.
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December 1st, 2013 posted by Capt. Stabbin
Maya, Inca, Aztec Diorama
Eurobricks member Subix created this awesome Mesoamerican diorama for his local LUG. The main temple modeled after Temple I in Tikal, and smaller buildings in other architectural styles of the ancients. Subix has managed to pack many details in this MOC, including custom made stickers, and lights in the temples. If your a fan of Mesoamerican history like I am, this is one MOC you will not want to miss!
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November 26th, 2013 posted by darkdragon
Those waters seem a bit choppy today!
It's possible none of us has seen this before, and it's about time we do. Though it is a bit old, it's still a wonderful build. Lego Kocka has posted this moc on Facebook a while ago, but it deserves some attention here for some great timeless techniques and an overall neat and clean build.
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