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  1. Count Vroskri

    What is this ship and where is it?

    I like this ship and wondered if anyone knew anything about it. Thanks.
  2. Jevil

    Metalbeard MOC

    Oi, I've been busy. STILL working on updating my YOUTUBE Channel since.... May this year? Sitting on a litteral HOARD of lego Sets from the last two to five years I want to pull apart and review, and I've got Mocs out the Yin-Yang. This is a recent one I made with the Systar System Party Crew set as a base (Music-Beard/Party-Time Metal Beard) I took the base model for Metalbeard, and pallette-swapped a lot of pieces until the good Captain was in his classic colors again. I took several creative liberties in his design, however I feel that i've hit a happy middle ground between making this an original creation I'm content with, as well as something that can be recognized as, "Oh hey, it's the Robot-Pirate from the LEGO Movie!" A feature I'm proud of including in this MOC is the right leg (The good one) having a functional joint in the knee. well, with the way the parts fit together, I'm pretty happy about that leg. Left leg/peg-leg has a special pin element on the side of it, that the new Grapple/Anchor piece, found in the latest Batman set (Batcycle Vs. Mr.Freeze) can easily attach to, to keep it out of the way when he's gallivanting about. The back of the model. I took the most liberties here, building up the engine on the back. Since his last stint, Metalbeard has overhauled and upgraded his onboard engine. Four cylinders, five exhaust ports, lots of output! Metalbeard with Accessories. Sword clips into his good hand, and he cradles his cannon under his Hook-arm. Against his better judgement, he has a single black cylinder shot for the cannon rattling around loose in his chest O' Innards! The Captain, in all his glory!
  3. Count Vroskri

    Pirate ship bows.

    I am wip a ship. 16 studs wide, galleon. Any tips on the bow that does not rewlquire prefabs.?
  4. Caspothelegobuilder

    HMS Poseidon MOC

    i also made a youtube video about it, but that was a long time ago, when it still looked ugly, really smart of me ofc
  5. MrOutlaw

    Ship "Admiral's Eagle"

    Hello mates! I am fan of Lego Pirates for a long time, but I've decided recently to register here, because I've created MOC which I would like to share with you. It's a bluecoat soldiers' ship, I called it "Admiral's Eagle". I hope you like it, I have also published project on Lego Ideas ( and so far it is going well. From the most important thing, ship contains 877 parts (without 5 minifigures and their weapons), captain's cabin accessible from the side walls and from the top, prison cell with small entrance (also accessible from the top), 2 shooting cannons and 3 mini shooting guns, winch with anchor. Here are pictures (more images &download link - https://photos.googl...nZVQTdjVVJhMEZn): Brig 21A
  6. Jevil

    Bilge Punk Pirate Mech

    Something I created last night in the studio. Honestly, I wanted to make a gritty, steam-punk inspired airship, mixing pieces parts from the Ninjago: Skybound 70603 Raid Zeppelin, 70601 Sky Shark, and Day of the departed 70592 Salvage M.E.C. All that I got from that was another pile of bricks. Also, a pilotable mech suit for Pirates. My inspiration was the Skeleton Mech that came with Ronin's Salvage M.E.C. Honestly, I wanted to make a diving suit for my LEGO CMF Series 8 Diver. After putting it together and taking it apart and rearranging the pieces so many times, I ultimately converted the Diving suit into a fully weaponized battle suit for the Brickbeard Pirates. Looking at the build, it looks like an extremely scaled down version of Kai's 70721 Fire Mech. Another source of inspiration, is Captain Metalbeard from the LEGO Movie. By far my favorite character, and set, from the entire thing. (I have made heavy modifications to stock Metalbeard from 70807 Metalbeard's Duel, as well as build from scratch with instructions, An Evil Robot variation of Metalbeard I've come to call Steelbeard. The foot on the left leg is the only thing I dislike about the entire build. It seems flimsy as it is supporting the entire thing, and consists of two bricks. I do like the grating on the angle piece, to make it look like a boot tread though. The major difference between this Moc, and traditional Steam Punk, is that this is more in line with the golden age of Piracy. Ergo, in lieu of a Steam Boiler, this battlesuit is fueled by Rum, grog, or anything else foul smelling that can burn in a boiler. Bilge Punk, if you would prefer to call it anything.
  7. legocounty76

    officers outpost

    please visit my instagram account legocounty76 My Youtube account
  8. Hello, I introduce myself my name is Emanuele.I am 29 years old, I stopped playing with LEGO in 1996, when in June 2014 an exhibition of the city I saw guys adults exposing their LEGO, even basic set, In me it is on the bulb, is I back the urge.In the basement of my house I found my baby set time, properly preserved by my parents.I reassembled everything and I had the opportunity to exhibit at a trade show in Italy in Turin, the exhibition center "Lingotto".I'm not a great expert on MOC, but I'm a big fan set Pirates and Castle 90 years.Looking on google I found this beautiful community, the real experts. I feel small in comparison to your ability, I'm almost afraid to ask and post.A friend of mine has done photo shoots in my first presence at the fair in September 2014.I could not bring to the show my entire collection, in a classic car I had no place. In the next year I organize myself better and I will take all the sailing ships created by LEGO.I hope to do something pleasing to show my photographs, maybe someone of you has already seen on my new facebook page dedicated to this magnificent world of the Pirates.Good Vision, any advice, suggestion, criticism is accepted. Will be gold for me as your great experience First Person Continue...
  9. Jreacher

    MOC Pirates Paradise

    So I took Rock Island Refuge, and made it awesome. Added a beach, a sunken ship. I did take ideas from other MOCs ive seen here and I am very happy with the outcome. I kept the original Lego colors :) too. Enjoy Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr by K R, on Flickr
  10. Jreacher

    (MOC) Imperial Port

    My latest creation is an Imperial Fort attached to a small supply port for Imperial ships. I would have liked to add waves and cool water effects but didnt have enough trans white and blue bricks... I also ran out of blue baseplates..... Imperial Port by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Flickr
  11. One Mast 7D This is my modified ITP ship. I increased the length and height and changed the red out for yellow. Also added a below deck storage. The Original Untitled by K R, on Flickr The MOD MOD IMPT ship by K R, on Flickr MOD IMPT ship by K R, on Flickr MOD IMPT ship by K R, on Flickr MOD IMPT ship by K R, on Flickr MOD IMPT ship by K R, on Flickr MOD IMPT ship by K R, on Flickr
  12. I set up all my Pirates legos, built a large Pirates world, hope you like it! FLickr Pirates! by K R, on Flickr Pirates! by K R, on Flickr Pirates! by K R, on Flickr Pirates! by K R, on Flickr Pirates! by K R, on Flickr Pirates! by K R, on Flickr
  13. Fletcher Floyd

    Pirates Moc "Smugglers Bay"

    Hello Folks, I want to show you one of my latest Mocs, "Smugglers Bay" Smugglers Bay by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr It's a place where people can do some business without being bothered by Bluecoats or other unfriednly fellows. 6 2 Pirate Captain Doug Flanders and his Crew want to sell sell some Stuff to Nap Ravelli, who is already waiting for them. 7 7b More fotos on flickr, have fun I hope you like it:-)
  14. Captain Brickboot

    Baynaise (work in progress)

    This is my first post and im looking for some constructive criticism on this vessel :) <table style="width:194px;"><tr><td align="center" style="height:194px;background:url( no-repeat left"><a href=""><img'>"><img src="" width="160" height="160" style="margin:1px 0 0 4px;"></a></td></tr><tr><td style="text-align:center;font-family:arial,sans-serif;font-size:11px"><a href="" style="color:#4D4D4D;font-weight:bold;text-decoration:none;">Pirate ship mocs</a></td></tr></table>
  15. Hello fellow maties! Today, I'd like to show you one of my newest creations; A Green Screen Test. This test is just a test of course. What I'm going to do is to recreate a scene from Master And Commander, the Far Side of the World. Ships I already got, using a custom built french brig and the Imperial Flagship 6271 (From 1992). Now it's only the editing! A good friend of mine learned me how to green screen with Final Cut Pro. So here is the little test, hope you enjoy and stay tuned for updates! Tell me what you think! Regards, Captain Edward
  16. Encountered this on my regular Science website io9: A Lego Pirate Is Sacrificed To A Colossal Wave In The Name of Science The fact that they chose a Lego Pirate for this experiment is rather endearing. They could have chosen anything, like a paper plate or any other basic toy boat, but obviously some AFOL decided to make good use of their old Lego parts. The video itself is rather disappointing, unfortunately... 'sacrificed to a colossal wave' is a good example of journalistic exaggeration.