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Re: Alamut Gate by dita svelte

Postby jdarlack » Fri Apr 09, 2010 1:43 am

Anyone know the part number for the camel saddle? The flickr note says it's a "Fabuland saddle" but I'm having a hard time finding anything on Bricklink.

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Re: Alamut Gate by dita svelte

Postby jdarlack » Fri Apr 09, 2010 2:02 am

jdarlack wrote:Anyone know the part number for the camel saddle? The flickr note says it's a "Fabuland saddle" but I'm having a hard time finding anything on Bricklink.
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It's part number 749, "Container Side Bags"
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Re: Alamut Gate by dita svelte

Postby Bruce N H » Fri Apr 09, 2010 8:40 am

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where did he get all the pieces?>

Postby Badbriancool » Sat Apr 10, 2010 1:42 am

Where did he get all those new arches? I dont see any of the pop sets with the tan arches, just the caramel ones, and there are only 4 white ones in the alamut castle set. Did he paint these, or order them from lego digital designer?
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Re: where did he get all the pieces?>

Postby Forestboy » Sat Apr 10, 2010 3:54 am

Badbriancool wrote:Where did he get all those new arches? I dont see any of the pop sets with the tan arches, just the caramel ones, and there are only 4 white ones in the alamut castle set. Did he paint these, or order them from lego digital designer?


He probably got them from bricklink.com. You can view the specific color and piece here.

And the Grand Emporium does have a few in tan though too.
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Re: Alamut Gate by dita svelte

Postby Tanager » Mon Apr 12, 2010 4:58 pm

Athalus wrote:I has been a long white since i've seen such a great arabian moc. I really need to buy me some PoP sets!


It is a great MOC, without question. And since I build mainly in Islamic architecture, I take particular interest in seeing that there are actually some others out there doing so. Yes, buy yourself some PoP sets - I've long hoped that their launch would spur some work in these styles.

My favorite detail is the use of the headlight bricks to simulate tilework. That's a nice touch. The vaulting detail using the graduated archway is really pretty, too.

Just FWIW, it's not an "arabian" MOC, though.

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Re: Alamut Gate by dita svelte

Postby Blego7 » Thu May 13, 2010 7:15 pm

The way he blends the colors and tones together is just stunning! :twitch: PoP alternates are going to be a hit I just know it.
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Re: Alamut Gate by dita svelte

Postby BiggerJim » Sat May 15, 2010 12:44 am

I might just have to use a modified version of that headlight concept for a tapestry or something in a castle. Thats a really cool build.
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