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Steinford by Andreas Böker

Postby Bruce N H » Tue Jun 28, 2005 6:27 pm

Hi all,

Check out [url=http://festum.de/1000steine/myimages/album465]Steinford by Andreas Böker:

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He discusses this MOC in this Lugnet thread and this 1000steine.de thread.

(Yes, I know he has the town dressed up in modern clothes, but the castle, half-timbered buildings, and the crane in the harbor are all 'castle-y'.)

BTW, I'm linking galleries of pics from 1000SteineLand in this thread over in "displays".

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My Steinford

Postby abhf » Wed Jun 29, 2005 9:49 am

Hi Bruce,

thank you for my Steinford-Moc here on CC.

I never thought, this might of interest for castle-fans because it is only part of a scene in the 30th. But you are right, this could easily be pushed back in time......

Have a lot fun with my pictures of Steinford.


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Postby jamitjames » Wed Jun 29, 2005 3:32 pm

Andreas Böker is one of my more faverite builders. He thinks up things I would never think of. House Moc II is by far his best MOC. :)

But I would like to know, how did you make the tree in the garden?

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Trees

Postby abhf » Wed Jun 29, 2005 5:01 pm

Hi James,

I hope you are asking for the trees here:

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These trees are built of 4x 2339 (brick arch 1x4x5), some plate 1x2 - 1x6 and a lot of green leaves. The sten is built with brick round 2x2. The connection between stem an the upper part is a technic axle...

Most simple.

have a lot of fun building these.


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Postby jamitjames » Wed Jun 29, 2005 8:23 pm

No, I was talking about the trees seen in this picture inside the tan fence.

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Second tree

Postby abhf » Wed Jun 29, 2005 8:46 pm

Hi James,

these trees?

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Ok, these are very simpel. You only need two brick 1x1 with 4 studs on sides (4733), one bar 4l ( 30374) and 9 flowers. Put the two bricks together, then put these on the bar and finish with the flowers, one on the top and twice 4 flowers around the bricks. Thats all.


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Postby eNiGMa » Wed Jun 29, 2005 8:57 pm

Both of those tree designs are great, and simple. I'll bookmark this for later use....
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Re: Second tree

Postby jamitjames » Thu Jun 30, 2005 2:03 am

abhf wrote:Ok, these are very simpel. You only need two brick 1x1 with 4 studs on sides (4733), one bar 4l ( 30374) and 9 flowers. Put the two bricks together, then put these on the bar and finish with the flowers, one on the top and twice 4 flowers around the bricks. Thats all.
Ah, OK. That should be added to the "Creating trees and foliage".

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