This is the first ship I made using big hull pieces,
Since I saw Pirates of the Caribbean I had been searching intensively for LEGO® pirate ships, I was particulary interested in finding the Black Seas Barracuda and Skull's Eye Schooner, that last one I eventually found and I was able to buy it secondhands for 100 euros,
But it was worth it.
My goal was to make a ship similar to the Black Pearl but I wasn't very expierenced with shipbuilding yet so I kinda sticked to the original SES design,
you'll notice the cabin is actually an extended version of the SES's,
Dead Man's Chest was already made when I finally got the SES so this ship has some Flying Dutchman details as well, it is equiped with the Triple gun.
You will notice there are quite some new parts in this ship, like the skeleton idol, that's because I made this ship before I knew about this great website Mocpages,
the design is practically the same, I only spiced it up a little, the idol, the dark red pieces are modifications of my original design,
Anyway, here it is, I hope you like it,
I might make the Black Pearl one day...
Hey captain, don't spill your drink on the piano !
Wow! This is great! I've always liked the old pirate ships. You can do a lot with them. Trap doors, cannons, LOTS of random stuff on the decks. I like the cabin? at the rear of the ship. I thought it was good, then I saw there was an interior and how it folds open and my jaw dropped. Very intuitive! Peace - Patrick
I like it
September 6, 2008
Sebus, WOW this is amazing! I love the music. How do you add it? Please respond via a comment on one of my MOCs.
This is very cool. The ships are very detailed. I like the rotating cannons and the piano. What you used for the background makes it look like there are waves, which is awesome. The music makes this even better. Well Done!
Very impressive.... great pictures of this scene with a realistic looking stormy sea to set the action off. I like the detail of the Demon and the way it comes apart / opens to reveal the interior. The Piano is very cool. Thanks for sharing your work, cheers
The idea of placing the ships on tarp was clever. I'm looking forward to seeing the battle! I once played clarinet in a band; we had to play music from Pirates 3. I will tell you it was NOT EASY! When I was listening to the soundtrack, I started waving my hands like a conductor...C ya~ElNickre
NICE JOB! I would have liked to see those Pirate 'scally wags' board that wussy little whitey though! OH, and most of music boxes on this site work on my computer, but yours doesn’t...you might want to look into that...