September 29th, 2013 posted by Walter
Studdles knows how to make some nice sails!
Sometimes official LEGO sails can be too pricey for your planned Pirate Ship. Often the most popular alternative is making your own custom sails. Studdles has published a guide to not only making custom sails, but reproducing original LEGO ones!
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September 27th, 2013 posted by darkdragon
"Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum!"
Matthew Hurt brings us this wonderful bustling port. The ship has arrived and the crew is unloading the goods. The tight design of each building really brings a sense of life to the whole scene. There are many close-up photos to see all the intricate details of the ship, house, and stonework so be sure to click through to the forum.
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September 25th, 2013 posted by Capt. Stabbin
Temple of the Monkey God
Captain Braunsfeld created this Islander inspired temple to the Monkey Gods! Very nice design, excellent part usage, and monkeys everywhere! Complete with secret hiding place for treasure, under the main statue.
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September 16th, 2013 posted by Capt. Stabbin
Eurobricks member Sebeus I has created this excellent tutorial for making a functional capstan in your next ship MOC! Covers everything from simple to complex anchor systems, and all the mechanics. It will make a wonderful addition to the Pirates Master Index!
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September 12th, 2013 posted by Capt. Redblade
An island paradise? Not likely.
Eurobricks member sweetsha built this amusing island scene to show off his CMF Tiki Warriors, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy it! Of particular note are the snake statue and the adorably carnivorous man-eating plants. These bumbling pirates are definitely in over their heads!
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September 10th, 2013 posted by Capt. Redblade
A labour of love
Over two years of research, design, and construction have finally paid off for Eurobricks' own Dread Pirate Wesley, who presents us with his truly stunning 64-gun ship-of-the-line, the HMS Persephone! Composed of some 4000 bricks and 14 custom sails, this magnificent labour of love was definitely worth the effort!
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September 8th, 2013 posted by Walter
An extremely impressive version of the USS Constitution has been built by Mr. Misty. The white and black hull, rigging, and other various details really make this interpretation of the famous ship stand out.
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September 6th, 2013 posted by darkdragon
"The Dutchman sails as its captain commands!"
Ash brings us a wonderful rendition of Davy Jones' Flying Dutchman. The moss-ridden ship is frightening with it's masthead full of teeth. Complete with sales, and organ, and captain's cabin, this ship is a hefty 80 cm in length. Check out the rest of the photos on the forum.
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