A few days ago, we saw the release of the building instructions for some of Tyler’s awesome MOCs particularly the massive, UCS-styled LEGO GOTG Vol. 2 Milano and Baby Groot MOCs. In case you missed it, the instructions for building these awesome creations are now available at Buildbetterbricks.com for only $8 and $5 respectively.
This time, from the far reaches of the galaxy, Tyler’s brick-building adventure now brings us to the high seas with his next swashbuckling chibi-sized MOC, the Mini LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean The Black Pearl MOC. Done in the same style to that of the LEGO Star Wars Microfighters, this micro sized version of the larger LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean The Black Pearl (4184), is the closest miniature counterpart of the iconic ship that we can ever have, perhaps even better than that of LEGO’s polybag version the Mini Black Pearl (30130).
Tyler admits that this micro-sized Black Pearl was a bit of a challenge to make since packing all the details of the larger ship into one small build is not really a walk in the park. We have several pieces placed on the side for its cannons, and the sail in itself has a very nice feel, with Tyler even managing to create that curved look with just a few sloped pieces. Needless to say, he was really glad how it turned out, especially once you place Jack Sparrow’s minifig at the helm of this mini Black Pearl. Here’s Tyler with more info on this impressive build.
So if you’re into micro-scaled versions of the most popular LEGO sets around, be sure to check out the building instructions for this Mini LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean The Black Pearl at Buildbetterbricks.com. For a minimal fee of only $3 USD, you can have the full instructions in downloadable PDF format, a parts list, and Stud.io file so you can easily import the parts list into Bricklink.
While you’re at it, be sure to check our FREE – yes, FREE – building instructions for our super micro-sized LEGO GOTG Vol. 2 Milano also available at Buildbetterbricks.com. This fun and easy MOC is a fitting contrast to its larger predecessor, with only 12 pieces needed to build it. Its Tyler way of paying it forward for the huge support that you’ve shown for his work.
Do you have other ideas and LEGO creations that you want Tyler to build? Let us know in the comments below!