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CCCX-Medieval Life-Cayne's Shop of Antiquities

Postby Elderon » Sun Nov 25, 2012 10:44 pm

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Cayne's Shop of Antiquities by ElderonEldar, on Flickr

Cayne's Shop of Antiquities is a shop where the buyer can get almost everything. If it's legal he will most definitely have, if it's illegal, well, then he will probably have it as well.

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Cayne's Shop of Antiquities by ElderonEldar, on Flickr

Above the store itself there is a storage room where Cayne holds the more 'sensitive' goods. *wink*wink*.

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Cayne's Shop of Antiquities by ElderonEldar, on Flickr

Yet a nother customer has completed a smooth trade.

Judges(and everyone else), the complete set can be found here.

This was actually made as a showcase for my custom minifig entry Darian Darkcloak. But I liked the building so much, I decided to enter it in another category altogether. I'm not expecting much of it, seeing all the other excellent entries in this category so far, but I thought I'd give it shot. Hope you like it.

greetings,

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Re: CCCX-Medieval Life-Cayne's Shop of Antiquities

Postby Sir Tharkin » Sun Nov 25, 2012 11:57 pm

That's a very nice building! I especially like the top floor. Great job! :)
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Re: CCCX-Medieval Life-Cayne's Shop of Antiquities

Postby mrcp6d » Mon Nov 26, 2012 3:09 am

That stack of chairs make this MOC for me. Can't say I've ever seen that before 8)
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Re: CCCX-Medieval Life-Cayne's Shop of Antiquities

Postby andhe » Mon Nov 26, 2012 3:45 pm

Ah drat. My heart skipped a beat when I saw the first picture... I have a MOC waiting to be photographed that's pretty much the exact same colour scheme, size and layout as this (grey/light grey first floor, tan/dark tan and brown second floor), so don't cry foul play when you see it appear!

Nice build!
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Re: CCCX-Medieval Life-Cayne's Shop of Antiquities

Postby peggyjdb » Mon Nov 26, 2012 4:57 pm

Nice build. I love the inside details.
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Re: CCCX-Medieval Life-Cayne's Shop of Antiquities

Postby Fraslund » Mon Nov 26, 2012 5:03 pm

This is a fun build! I also love the interior detail. Amazing.
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Re: CCCX-Medieval Life-Cayne's Shop of Antiquities

Postby mencot » Mon Nov 26, 2012 5:20 pm

I like it alot. It is packed with lots of detail, exterior and interior. Great job, the top floor is the best :D
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Re: CCCX-Medieval Life-Cayne's Shop of Antiquities

Postby Justin M » Mon Nov 26, 2012 6:15 pm

Very nicely done! Great details throughout the whole build. I can't help but notice that you have a few of the new goblets from The Hobbit sets. I'm jelly! ;D Anyway, incredible job. Nice work!
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Re: CCCX-Medieval Life-Cayne's Shop of Antiquities

Postby Elderon » Mon Nov 26, 2012 8:07 pm

Thanks guys!

Justin M wrote:Very nicely done! Great details throughout the whole build. I can't help but notice that you have a few of the new goblets from The Hobbit sets. I'm jelly! ;D Anyway, incredible job. Nice work!


To be honest those are not really new. They were already in old belville set's, so it's not that remarkable that you didn't know them ;) You can just order them from bricklink ;)
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Re: CCCX-Medieval Life-Cayne's Shop of Antiquities

Postby Justin M » Mon Nov 26, 2012 9:00 pm

Elderon wrote:Thanks guys!

Justin M wrote:Very nicely done! Great details throughout the whole build. I can't help but notice that you have a few of the new goblets from The Hobbit sets. I'm jelly! ;D Anyway, incredible job. Nice work!


To be honest those are not really new. They were already in old belville set's, so it's not that remarkable that you didn't know them ;) You can just order them from bricklink ;)


Ah, my mistake. I guess I should've done my research before leaving that comment. ;)
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