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Brig. Brick

Cervantes Saavedra

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Greetings!!

I was reading again the Don Quijote de la Mancha, by the way, I recomend it:thumbup:!!!

and I start to looking about the battle of Lepanto, and Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, who wrote that book, And I found this picture:

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And I have to say that I like that "Isabeline necklace" for the high class, and like one of my last topic: The Concertina, I'll try to made on paper, and there it is:

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closer, as my avatar...

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now, Cervantes at the library (before Lepanto),

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If somebody tell me why that picture is before lepanto, I'll make the tutorial :pir-wink: :pir-wink: :pir-wink:

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It also looks like Dutch upper class citizens from that time. Looks quite good actually! :pir-sweet: Although it's a bit oversized at your minifig when I look at the picture above.

I might have to try that myself too. :pir-classic:

You start to become a true paper master! What's next? :pir-laugh:

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Great job with that necklace :pir-wink:

If somebody tell me why that picture is before lepanto, I'll make the tutorial :pir-wink: :pir-wink: :pir-wink:

Two hands! :pir-tongue:

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It also looks like Dutch upper class citizens from that time. Looks quite good actually! :pir-sweet: Although it's a bit oversized at your minifig when I look at the picture above.

You've just read my mind, great! :thumbup:

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thanks all the comments...

Two hands! :pir-tongue:

The left hand wasn't cut, but it was petrified and lost the movement when a piece of lead had severed one of his nerve.

:pir-laugh: I'm starting the tutorial :pir-laugh:

tutorial ready pirate_thumbup.gif

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I already filled in the AFOL survey.. But I didn't think of this one.

This would make a great new Lego piece IMO. It may be a little too large, but you still did a nice job :thumbup:

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