Brig. Brick

Napolego crossing the Alps

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Napolego Crossing the Alps (also known as Napolego at the Saint-Bernard Pass or Brick-a-parte Crossing the Alps) is the title given to the final versions of an Brick MOC equestrian portrait of Napolego Brick-a-parte, builted by the vagrant Brig. Brick between yestaerday and today

napolego.jpg

late, on 1800, some guy named Jaques-Lous David was inspired by this MOC

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Very nice scene. That horse must have very strong legs, or very good balance. Or the painter is just really fast :pir-tongue:

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Thats a coll little moc. Nice Scene and figs. Realy catches the spirit of the painting.

You should make an additional moc about napoleon crossing the alpes. one with a mule instead of a horse just to please historical reality.;)

realy cool little moc.

:)

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Very nice scene. That horse must have very strong legs, or very good balance. Or the painter is just really fast :pir-tongue:

the horse may haven't the stronger legs of the Lego creatures, but have all the balance that you say. And about the painter, he is only make some retouching

Thats a coll little moc. Nice Scene and figs. Realy catches the spirit of the painting.

You should make an additional moc about napoleon crossing the alpes. one with a mule instead of a horse just to please historical reality.;)

realy cool little moc.

:)

you are right, Napoleon cross the Alps with a donkey, but Napolego Brick-a-parte used a white horse

Its both awe inspiring and downright hilarious all in one.

:thumbup:

Thanks

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