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  1. I would really like to start up this, so I start with this. 6251. The front... The back... And the side.(all the sides are the same) Tell what you think about this set's art here.
  2. This began in another thread and it quickly became obvious that saving these stories in one place would be better than posting them randomly in other places, so here we go. To add your own contribution to this effort, you can either post here, and I'll add it to the first post, pending confirmation, or pm me either the text or a picture of the text (preferred) and I'll do the rest. Set: 6270 - Forbidden Island Status: Complete and confirmed Source: imperialshadows Set: 6271 - Imperial Flagship Status: Complete, Confirmed Source: Dreamweb Set: 6273 - Rock Island Refuge Status: Complete and confirmed Source: natelite Set: 6274 - Caribbean Clipper Status: Complete, Confirmed Source: Dreamweb / Piranha Set: 6276 - Eldorado Fortress Status: Incomplete. That section of the pic was unreadable. If I can find my original flap, I'll finish it, but someone out there must have it handy. Source: imperialshadows Set: 6278 - Enchanted Island Status: Complete and Confirmed Source: natelite / imperialshadows Set: 6280 - Armada Flagship Status: Complete and Confirmed (English, Can't read others clearly) Source: natelite Set: 6285 - Black Seas Barricuda Status: Complete and Confirmed Source: natelite Set: 6286 - Skull's Eye Schooner Status: Complete and Confirmed Source: SkaForHire / natelite Set: 6267 - Lagoon Lock-up Status: Complete, unconfirmed Source: TalonCard Note: The formatting of these stories follows the original layout on the boxes as well as I can represent it during the conversion to text.
  3. Lorentzen

    Box Art - 6267 - Lagoon Lockup

    Another classic box - and a very popular set 6267 - Lagoon Lockup Front: Back: Inside: Sides: Comments: I am really impressed with this old classic look. The Pirate line from 1989 was a completely new direction from TLG and they created tons of new bricks (and minifg heads) and they also went far in designing amazing boxes (this one is from 1992 I think) The feature of being able to open up the front "flap" is such a great idea. UPDATE: In post #10 are the pictures of each alternative model idea from the back of the box
  4. 6274 - Carribbean Clipper Box Art Front: Back: Inside: Sides: Comments: This classic set has a magnificent box. Although the pictures aren't as action packed as the 2009 Pirate line, it still works. Maybe it's the nostalgia talking, but I really love the feel that these pictures and background sky creates. Another neat touch is the ability to open the front "flap" and take a closer look inside even before buying the set. I don't know if TLG still does that? UPDATE: In post #10 are the pictures of each alternative model idea from the back of the box
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    Box Art - 6241 - Loot Island

    I saw in the Pirate-index, that an attempt had been made, to start a series of Box Art "Reviews" - and then I wanted to add some of the new Lego Pirates boxes - plus some old classic boxes from 1989-1992 6242 - Loot Island box art Front Back The sides: Comments: The quality of these boxes and their artwork is to me very high. The pictures of the actual set, along with the close ups of functionality and close up of the minifigs makes this box art some of the best by TLG
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    Box Art - 6239 Cannon Battle

    Another Box Art thread, this time for the Cannon Battle. (I hope to see you guys make threads for some of the older big sets' boxes at some point) Front Back 1 Back, close up Sides This box shows perfectly what to expect from this set. Great graphics and pictures :) The back shows all the accessories and features of the set, which I really like. - I REALLY hope to see some new threads with the box art for some of the older Pirates sets. I've always wanted to see in depth pictures of the Black Seas Barracuda, Rock Island Refuge, Eldorado Fortress - you know all the big boxes. Please: If you have those boxes, take som pictures and make threads for it on eurobricks
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    Box Art - 6265 - Sabre Island

    6265 - Sabre Island Front: Back: Sides: Comments: Another Classic - and yet another great box. The back of the box shows the endless modding/moc possibilities that comes with this set. I can't say it enough. Even though I love the 2009 Pirate boxes and their quality, I just can't get enough this older and more to-the-bone kind of artwork that was used for the classic boxes.
  8. 6259 - Broadside's Brig Front: Back: Sides: Comments: In 1991 the second wave of Pirate sets hit the stores, and TLG kept the design from the initial line of sets, as you can see here. This is from 1991, but the design resembles the 1989 sets very much, with only minor changes
  9. 6260 - Shipwreck Island Front: Back: Sides: Comments: Released in 1991, and still keeping in touch with the original design from the 1989 sets. Again, the pictures show exactly what you get, if you buy this, and the back shows alternate ideas.
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    Box Art - 6257 Castaway's Raft

    6257 - Castaway's Raft Front: Back: Sides: Comments: This little classic set is the forerunner of many other raft-sets such as Raft Raiders and the new Kraken Attackin' Compared to the Kraken Attackin' box, this is much smaller, but it stays within the theme that TLG had back when they first started the Pirate line. I love this box, and it was one of my first pirate sets. The pictures show exactly what you get when you buy this, and the back shows alternative models, which is great for those kids who have a MOC'er hidden inside...
  11. Lorentzen

    Box Art - 6242 - Soldier's Fort

    I saw in the Pirate-index, that an attempt had been made, to start a series of Box Art "Reviews" - and then I wanted to add some of the new Lego Pirates boxes - plus some old classic boxes from 1989-1992 6242 - Soldier's Fort Box Art Front: Back: Sides: Comments: Once again, I can only praise TLG for making this kind of box. The quality in both pictures and the actual material used is great. This is a rather large box, and it has a different opening system, which can be closed again, without ruining the box. There's a lot of action shots and great images of the set's playabily on this box. Very clever design indeed. Even though the price is high compared to actual piece count, the size of the box makes this set "look" bigger than it is. Nice close up of the minifigs on the side of the box.
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    Box Art - 6240 Kraken Attackin'

    I saw in the Pirate-index, that an attempt had been made, to start a series of Box Art "Reviews" - and then I wanted to add some of the new Lego Pirates boxes - plus some old classic boxes from 1989-1992 This is the first of 11 different boxes - we've already seen the new boxes in the numerous great set review threads, but I wanted to do this properly, so I'm bringing pictures of the boxes I have in my possession... and maybe at one point, we will have threads with detailed pictures for all the Lego Pirate Boxes ever made 6240 - Kraken Attackin' The Front The Back The sides A closer look Comments: I am in love with the new Pirates design. The colours of the boxes are perfect, and the actual sturdyness of these boxes is pretty amazing. The pictures showcase the playability quite well, I must say
  13. Now we look into the art of the Red beard Runner. The front... Back... Side 1... And Side 2. There! The box art of 6290.
  14. Now I Start with my 2nd box art topic. Forbidden Island. We start with: The front... The back... And the side(and inside)... 1 forbidden isle Box! :-D