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Hi everyone,

A couple of parts I'm looking for:
- The short cape used by the hobbits: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemPic.asp?M=lor003

- The Ringwraith cloak: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=bb568

- The Ringwraith torso: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=973pb1141

- The new style Lego horse: http://www.amazon.com/Rings-Eomer-Minifi...B00866PD0W

- The Horse Saddle with Two Clips: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=4491b

Can anyone help with these?


Download 3D Lego models and other resources from:
at least the saddle with clips is available in the official library...
I will check LDD if the horse is available there. If yes, I will give it a try. (At least a simple conversion from LDD to LDraw should be possible.) I'm sorry, but it's not available at LDD. :-(

Hey Max,

it is not my intention to correct you, but in my version of the LDD the parts for the new horse are avalable (since brickset 835):

10509 - ANIMAL NO.11 ASS.
    10350 - ANIMAL NO.11 HEAD
    10352 - ANIMAL NO.11 BODY
    10354 - ANIMAL NO.11 LEG

Thanks Rolf,
I seems, that I used a wrong part number and a search with "horse" couldn't be successful, if this is called "animal no. 11" :-D
Is it OK for you, if I would work a bit on this your extracts?

Hey Max,

You're welcome :-). It was not easy to find. It is absolutely ok for me if you work with this parts. I am looking forward to the results...

The body and rear legs seem to use 16 segment cylinders so you may be able to get in some primitive substitution. Unfortunately the head uses a 12 segment cylinder.
I started with the head last week.
But unfortunately there is a lack of time, due to my studies until July 24th...

I'll work on it.
Does anyone know, how the head and the legs are connected to the body? Is the main part consisting of two separate parts or something else?
Maybe with design IDs 10351 and 10353?

Yes, it is.
There is a clear dividing line along the middle of the entire body, but the two studs and the surface below them are attached to the right body half.

I can read two part number on the inside of the front legs:
10352 is the left front leg and half of the body.
10353 is the right front leg and the other half of the body.

I can't see any partnumbers on the back legs, but it is very clear that the tail is attached to the left back leg.

I have no idea of the inner structure. I haven't opened it.