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  1. Unnoticable ship interiors needed

    So, i have been looking around and have been playing around with my lego silent mary. But sadly unlike other ships, it had no detachable roofs or spaces. I know you can't make a lower floor in this set because y'know... giant broken floor wich is now the zombie sharks' private apartment. But why couldn't they make a captain's hut? Because i'm not good at making unnoticable changes (especially in this set) and my lack of lego building skills are truly disturbing, i haven't yet started. How did all of you tackle this major drawback? And if you somehow made a living space out of the captains hut, what are your other mods to this set? thank you for your time
  2. Silent Mary Interior

    Altough i'm not here to post my moc today, i'm asking any of you for a possible link to a tutorial to see of i can turn that back castle thingy at the end of the silent mary set into an accesible space without many bricks or without ruining the design too much. I've gotten the set and tought something was missing. The living quarters of course. Seeing as tough the hull was completely exploded, i tought i could make a cabin for captain salazar. Only problem is: i don't know how i can mod it. That's actually the only reason i'm on this site righ now. I've searched the internet but there's no tutorial for how to make it an accesible space. (Yes this is my first post and i don't know how i need to form a good comment yet) (please don't ban me for this admins)
  3. All 3 POTC ships together

    Hello everybody, As some of you know, I have a YouTube channel and I specialize in all things Lego Pirates. I just recently did a video comparing all 3 ships Lego has released. I thought some of you might enjoy!!!
  4. Teaser trailer (02/10/16) Trailer #1: Extended Look (05/02/17) General Info: Production Title: 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' Official Release: May 26 2017 Script: Jeff Nathanson (Catch Me if You Can) Producer: Jerry Bruckheimer Directors: Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg Cast: Johnny Depp as Cpt. Jack Sparrow Geoffrey Rush as Cpt. Hector Barbossa Kevin McNally as Joshamee Gibbs Orlando Bloom as William Turner Stephen Graham as Scrum Javier Bardem as Cpt. Salazar Keith Richards as Cpt. Teague Kaya Scodelario as Carina Smyth Brenton Thwaites as Golshifteh Farahani as Haifaa Meni Paul McCartney as ??? Adam Brown as Cremble Filming: late 2014 - early 2015 Synopsis (update 16.08.15) Captain Jack Sparrow finds the winds of ill-fortune blowing even more strongly when deadly ghost pirates led by his old nemesis, the terrifying Captain Salazar, escape from the Devil's Triangle, determined to kill every pirate at sea...including him. Captain Jack's only hope of survival lies in seeking out the legendary Trident of Poseidon, a powerful artifact that bestows upon its possessor total control over the seas.
  5. The Black Pearl Project

    LDD/MLCad 15D The Black Pearl Project - A joint venture by Courleciel and Papacharly EDIT April 1st 2015: Black Pearl mpd-file is available now. Please also note the relevant post #15 below! End of last year I had been invited by Courleciel to join a project he already started. The goal of this project was to virtually build the Black Pearl from the Lego video game “Pirates of the Caribbean” and, in a second step, to “make great renderings”. At this time the ship had already been built by Courleciel in real bricks. Starting point for this project was an “old” lxf-file (Lego Digital Designer) by captainjack. The virtual model was significantly optimized by Courleciel so as to make it more accurate and complete. A lot of parts have been repainted, some new elements were added (such as anchors, bell, grating, cannons...), and some were adjusted or rebuilt (like the capstan, figurehead, lanterns, masts...). After the model was nearly completed, the LDD file was converted to the LDraw format and my job started. According to Courleciels conceptual work I added rigging, rails, ropes and strings by using SR3D Builder and MLCad/LSynth. Sails were directly created in povray. Additionally it was necessary to manipulate some original LDraw parts (e.g. # x1609 batarang, see stern) to make them authentic with regard to the video game. Finally we decided on all setups for being rendered. All renders have status “as rendered”. There was no “photoshopping” applied, aside from scaling down and anti-aliasing. I have not counted all the hours I spent working on this project. But doing all the work Courleciel and me had a lot of fun. So we hope that you also will enjoy our work and have some fun too. High resolution “technical renders” showing the conceptual work of Courleciel can be found here. For high resolution images of the movie scenes click here. And here is the outcome of our project:: First we have some technical renders of the Black Pearl. Then we show some movie scene remakes. For all those which are not familiar with “Pirates of the Carribean”, please find the original movie scene respectively an original video game screenshot below each rendering. Here comes a remake of a video game screenshot: Two movie scenes from part 1 "The Curse of the Black Pearl": Movie scene “Pantano River” from part 2 "Dead Man’s Chest" Two movie scenes “Locker” from part 3 "At World’s End" Last but not least we have an atmospheric and maybe kitschy sunset render which is not related to any movie scene.
  6. The Mermaids Of Whitecap Bay

    Hi everyone I present you my last creation, the lighthouse of Whitecap Bay and its mermaids, I was inspired by this picture "Aye, Whitecap Bay! Every worthless seaman fears the name, and rightly so, though few know why or dare to ask." "Be the stories true?" "Say what robs you of your staunch heart Gibbs, or forever leave it to the whiter fields of fancy." "...Mermaids, captain?" - Hector Barbossa and Joshamee Gibbs The Mermaids Of Whitecap Bay (Pirates Of The Caribbean : On Stranger Tides) by TheBrickAvenger, sur Flickr Don't hesitate to glance at pictures for more details! Deeplinks : 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 - 12 - 13 - 14 - 15 - 16 Brickshelf Gallery It is undoubtedly the biggest MOC I have ever realized, the lighthouse is more than 35 cms (14 inches). I hope it will please you !
  7. [MOC] My Black Pearl

    164D Hi all! Since the end of my Dark Age, one year and a half ago, I have worked on my first big creation: yes, another Black Pearl! My work finished ten days ago, just in time for ItLUG Lecco 2014, and now I am here to present you my creation! More pictures can be found on this Flickr gallery. Other photo on this WIP gallery. Sorry for the quality of the photos but I'm not a photographer! I hope you enjoyed my work!
  8. Hello from Colorado

    Hello everyone! I've been visiting this website for quite some time now, as well as many other Lego related sites. I've been a Lego enthusiast, fan, addict & AFOL, off and on for probably 20 years... I've gone through a couple "dark periods", but i'm finally in it for the duration... Don't know if I have a favorite theme, but I seem to always come back to Classic Castle, Classic Pirates and Classic Space, in no particular order. As far as current themes, my favorite is unquestionably Lord of the Rings / Hobbit.... followed by Pirates of the Caribbean. Others that I've really dug are Aquanauts / Hydronauts / Aqua Raiders, Vikings and Western.... I seem to gravitate towards the, what I describe as, the "escapist" themes... I also really like a lot of the MOC's that I've seen here, and at the Classic-Castle, & Classic Pirates web sites. There sure seems to be a lot of talent here, and one of the main reasons I'm joining up here is that I hope to learn a lot about building my own creations... Looking forward to posting! The Galaxy Explorer
  9. [pid][/pid] 258B Hi there, my newest vignette, hope you enjoy: Pirates of the Caribbean by LF_kofi, on Flickr
  10. PoTC - MOC

    [pid][/pid]228D Hi all! I'm a new member and I want to show my first moc ever: Hurry, Gibbs. I made that September of 2011. I hope you will like it!