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Wedding Pavilion . For my brother's wedding in Japan, I made the happy couple a LEGO sculpture. Sorry that my photography skills aren't very good. . Yes, this is my first real brick creation in almost two years, and my first since joining MOCpages. I'm sure that there will be some who would rejoice that I've rejoined the fold, but I still plan to design digitally most of the time. At least some of the time I can now build with ABS again though. "Far or near, my heart will be here" The happy couple and their gift Immediately prior to assembly "Close comforts found under far pavilions" For those who wanted to see more details and close ups I've included these screen shots from the original design (which is attached as building instruction) since the original is in Yokohama. Bear in mind that a few minor alterations were made to the final version either due to parts availability or to improve the structural integrity of the weaker parts. Acknowledgements: 2x4's Samurai House for his use of textured tiles in making Japanese roofs. Glory Forever's Temple of Dawn for his cool black and brown pillars. Li Li's Chinese Garden for the idea of making an Asian style pavilion in the first place. Bricks used: 665

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