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Idea Book 250: Week 2 Reviews

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Postby Webrain » Mon Aug 02, 2004 11:47 am

David Girard Wrote:

I fyou want to make the instructions, Ben, I'd would be really happy. The Inn and the Scribe's Shop are my favourites.

As Ben already mantioned he already made a few instructions from this ideabook for the Scribe and the Forge. I don't think we gonna make the Red Lion Inn instructions soon, we don't wanna spoil your fun guys :twisted:

Believe me, the Inn is not that complicated to make.

Dariofol Wrote:

I realized the scribe shop... i miss some brick but i very kind...
soon I post some picture on brickshelf

I didn't fully understood what you meant but if you want to build it and missing some bricks, I believe that all you need is the roof accsoriess, one BFF and a green 6x12 plate.

Lady Val Wrote:

Thanks for that link wlister. I hadn`t realised that such things were on Brickshelf.

You can find the other ideabooks at:

However I'll warn you from advance 250 is the best one :lol:

Me and Ben might build a few models from those ideabooks in the future as well.

Formendacil Wrote:

These all look great.

I like these better than the first article. If you continue to save the best for the last, I can't imagine what's in store for us (although I'm pretty sure you aren't. Still, I can dream, right?)

We are definitely saving the best for last :twisted:

Only kidding, but really I think the next week ones are the best ones ever so there is a lot to wait for....
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Postby Dragon Master » Mon Aug 02, 2004 2:37 pm

Its sad how like the sets the idea books decline in quality as time moves on. The last one is terrible.
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Postby tanzirian » Mon Aug 02, 2004 6:04 pm

These sets are good, but are very similar to sets actually realeased, and not quite as good as the official versions (armour shop, guarded inn, etc.).
Nice work Ben isolating the images like that.
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