August 10th, 2013 posted by Grimmbeard
My Head is Bloody, but Unbowed
A whopping 66 guns and 5,500 bricks for his first large-scale MOC, Eurobricks user Radmond_Barry aka "Rad Draven" brings the forums this truly unconquerable ship of the line. Using spot-on custom rigging and sails, as well as smooth design and modularity, he shows that even with a simple plastic brick, we are the master of our fate, the captain of our soul.
Share your thoughts on Ship of the Line INVICTUS in the Forum.
July 30th, 2013 posted by Capt. Stabbin
MOCpages user Nick Barret posted his modernised version of HMS Victory. "Stalwart of the British navy for 50 years, Admiral Nelson's flagship, now equipped for 21st century warfare..."
Stop by the forum and discuss HMS Victory!
July 24th, 2013 posted by darkdragon
Built for the Human Evolution Museum in Burgos, Spain, this wonderful diorama depicts many scenes from the historic Gamonal Battle. The scenes were built by Gobernador and Pucelabricks. There is a lot of action from the battle and great scenes-within-scenes. Check out the post for all the photos and description of the battle!
Discus Gamonal Battle. Burgos Spain, November 1808 in the forum.
July 22nd, 2013 posted by Grimmbeard
Friends, Filipinos, Countrymen...
"Adios, Muchacho!" A small token of history, Eurobricks user ACPin brings the Forums a tragic but important LEGO MOC. Using historical reference, creative design, and innovative parts usage, he reminds us that even though death is a farewell, it is not the end.
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July 20th, 2013 posted by Capt. Redblade
A Redcoat battalion, ready for action!
Eurobricks member ACPin is back in fine form with this vignette showcasing Redcoat soldiers in formation. Using cheese slopes to affect a kneeling position for some of his troops makes them look that much more prepared, and the new horse in its reared-up position just seems made for scenes like this!
See more pictures and comment on Red Coats Firing Line in the forum.
July 18th, 2013 posted by Capt. Stabbin
The Black Bat
Flickr user Sean Edmison has built this awesome two masted pirate ship, but becareful of the kraken that lurks below!! With a little creativity and clever parts usage, even small ships can make excellent MOCs.
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July 15th, 2013 posted by Grimmbeard
Ocean's Great Neptune
"I am the Sea. Literally." His second completed ship MOC, yet still not his magnum opus, Eurobricks user mrsniady1 presents the Forums this grand and god-like Redcoat vessel. Using custom machine-sewn sails, a slope-tumblehome technique, two gun decks, and a working capstan, he reminds us who exactly has the powers of the sea in their hands.
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July 11th, 2013 posted by Capt. Redblade
The Black Pearl gets a digital makeover!
Eurobricks member Murdoch17 has given the LDD treatment to everyone's favourite Disney ship, the Black Pearl! With some visual cues taken from the Imperial Flagship, Murdoch17's redesign features a closed deck, an increase in fire power, and a bulked-up captain's cabin. It's a ship worthy of Captain Sparrow himself!
Stop by the forum to see LDD MOC: Black Pearl in more detail!