April 29th, 2014 posted by yys4u
Star Wars Figbarf
Flickr user Adam Dodge has posted this creative picture of pirate figures meant to represent characters from the Star Wars universe. It's a great idea and well executed, as any Star Wars fan should be able to identify who the figures represent. He has incorporated pieces from classic pirates all the way to pieces from Pirates of the Caribbean and even other themes. If you check out his photostream he also has some other great creations.
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April 28th, 2014 posted by Capt. Stabbin
X marks the spot
EB member Mestari created this neat little vignette, depicting pirates burying their treasure. The leafy tree, owl, and layering ground texture, give this MOC an inland feel. Most MOCs of this nature are beach scenes, so it's nice to see this activity in a different setting.
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April 23rd, 2014 posted by Mister Phes
Ben Ellerman will be the Pirates coordinator again this year at Brickworld.
Please check out the 2014 Brickworld Chicago information:
• Website: http://www.brickworld.us/
• Date: Wednesday, June 11 - Sunday, June 15
• Location: Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center
• Registration cost: $50 (all access) $70 (full registration – ability to display creations, free goody bag, eligible for prizes, raffles, and awards)
• Hotel room costs: $129 per night (Please be aware that you have to sign up through Brickworld to get the special discounted rate. These rooms will sell out well in advance of the convention dates)
The Pirate layout will again include underwater scenes in addition to islands and a volcano. Please feel free to bring any type of pirate MOCs including ships, islands, forts, sea creatures, boats.
Do not forget to register your mocs on the Brickworld website. Click the “Pirate Collaboration” checkbox when registering. Thanks!
Questions, concerns, comments, or suggestions about the display can be posted in the thread in the LEGO Pirates Forum or sent to Ben Ellermannm, via pm or email (see thread for details).
April 22nd, 2014 posted by yys4u
Small Soldiers' Outpost
Eurobricks member Mestari has shared with us his first pirate MOC! He has built a small outpost for a couple soldiers and it looks like something straight from the 1990's pirate theme! Even with its classic feel, there are some modern updates, such as a custom Governor's daughter. She's probably the one who planted all the flowers. Mestari was even nice enough to upload instructions for this set if you wish to build it yourself.
Hit up the forum to view more pictures or get the instructions for Small Soldiers' Outpost!
April 19th, 2014 posted by Louie Le Brickvalier
Ahoy there mates! It has only been 12 days since the launch of the Design A NEW LEGO Pirates Sub-Theme project and there has already been a quite substantial amount of progress.
The Design A NEW LEGO Pirates Sub-Themes project was initiated by the Classic-Pirates LEGO Ambassador, Mister Phes. He, along with a few other chaps, will ensure that this project will reach its maximum potential. The goal of the project is to eventually submit a presentation to the LEGO Group via the LEGO Ambassador Project and reposition Pirates as one of LEGO's "evergreen" themes alongside City, Castle and Space. If you want to learn more, please visit the Overview or Q&A threads.
At this phase, sub-theme suggestions are currently being submitted and will continue to be until the deadline which is April 26. If you would like to suggest a LEGO Pirate sub-theme, please take a look at the Sub-Theme Suggestions thread. If you have a question concerning sub-theme suggestions, please look at the Sub-Theme Suggestions - Q&A thread.
As a reminder, please remember that the deadline for sub-theme suggestions is April 26 -that date will come sooner than you think. Behind the scenes, Mister Phes and others have been working diligently to make this project fruitful. Thus, keep an eye out on the Pirate forums as new developments will be surfacing in the near future.
April 17th, 2014 posted by Capt. Stabbin
Captain Redbeard Blindeye
Flickr user and EB member Sparkytron constructed this awesome Bionicle pirate. This is something we don't see often in the Pirates forum or in the Bionicle realm for that matter. Very creative part usage, and building techniques almost make this model come alive. This truly is the best Bionicle MOC ever!
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April 15th, 2014 posted by darkdragon
Pass me another bottle
The amazing angles on this little shack will get you wondering "How". Throughout the build, Legonardo has used parts in wonderful unintended ways. There are quite a few very nice close up detail photos in the post. All the strange angles in the build really make for a lively scene even though it has no live minifigures roaming.
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April 14th, 2014 posted by Mister Phes
Have you ever wanted the LEGO Group to produce a particular sub-theme for the LEGO Pirates theme?
Well now's your chance to submit suggestions!
We will develop prototype sets for the most popular suggestions and send the concepts to the LEGO Group via the LEGO Ambassador Program.
First checkout the Project Overview thread and then...