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Let's see if I can make the first offical model available here, it's the Taj Mahal (10189)

Edit: removed link, uploaded mpd file
It isn't according to the OMR-standard. http://www.ldraw.org/Article48.html

Nevertheless, great work.
I've some CC-Models here. Maybe I'll upload them in the evening. :-)


Regards,
Martin
I will have a read through the standards and see if I can change the model accordingly.
Yes upload is possible. I just forgot to enable it for this forum.
I found out, that same parts of the Cafe Corner arn't on the parts tracker. So I'll wait bevor I upload the file here...

Martin
Max Martin Richter Wrote:
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> I found out, that same parts of the Cafe Corner
> arn't on the parts tracker.

Could you tell me the ones you miss?
The pattern of the male figure with light grey hairs, legs and dark grey Torso.
I'm surprised, that my list tells me, that there is only this one part missing.

But I know that the apple (33051) is missing in the Market Street an the Green Groocer. Yes these buildings are ready too, but I'll wait for the missing parts.

For the "Fire Brigade" 10197 I need the container (64951). This is building is in progress.

The patterns for the minifigs are missing in the Green Groocer and in the Fire Brigade

But I'll going to holiday next tuesday for approx. 6 to 8 weeks. So that these building will be ready in October.


Martin
Thanks for the apple, Philippe. I'll add it, when I'm back from my cycle-trip in October.
Max Martin Richter Wrote:
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> Thanks for the apple, Philippe. I'll add it, when
> I'm back from my cycle-trip in October.

You're welcome Wink
The patterns is another story (not difficult, but kind of tedious...)

Philo
please see this post:
http://forums.ldraw.org/showthread.php?t...247#pid247

I agree with it in that the current OMR standards are in my opinion too restrictive
and take too much fun out of modeling
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