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Mini 7627 - Temple of Akator

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Right. Comunidade 0937 has a game going on, and one of the items was to build a miniaturized version of a LEGO set. I chose 7627 - Temple of Akator from IJIV. Apart from the amphibian vehicle, I quite liked the end result. So, here it is.

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The picture is a bit crappy, I know. Sometime soon I'll buy a new, better camera.

Appreciate any comments and criticisms.

P.S.: By the way, this is the second version of the car. For some pictures of the first version, and for some pictures of the backside of the temple, go here: http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=363768

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I love it! Looks exactly like the set. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: I love every single detail on it, and it is good scale.

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This is awesome! :thumbup: Usually, I don't like mini things, but this is pretty cool! It looks exactly like the real set.

I hope that you plan to do more :tongue:

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Great work. I'm going to crosspost this to adventurers.dk

Steve

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Very accurate piece of work! I love it. Every aspect of this set is covered in here. :thumbup:

Good luck to the contest.

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For half a second I thought this was the full size set! (I prefer this to the Mini 928. )

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First I thought my eyes played a trick with me, but it's real!

Great work, I think one of the best minicreation, I've ever seen.

Your deatils and especially your green russian car are awesome.

Thank's for showing this us...

Greetings 'Bricks'

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Wonderful mini. It really does look like the larger set.

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A marvelous work and an excellent rendering indeed! :classic::thumbup:

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