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Looking for Olympic Rings Instructions

I downloaded the instructions for the Olympic Rings posted on 1000steine that were shown in this article back in 2012: http://brickset.com/article/3820, but unfortunately I never got to building it, and now it seems I have lost the instructions. When I went back to the article, the link says it is not there. I was wondering if anyone has a working link to those instructions or has a copy saved that they could send me, as I want to start acquiring the pieces to build a set of rings for next year’s Olympics! I would contact 1000steine to tell them the link isn't working, but I do not know German.

Also, I apologize if this isn’t the right category for this discussion: I just joined and wasn’t sure exactly where it should go!

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  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 18,231
    I don't have those ones, but these ones are quite easy to build from plates:

    http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/186428

    When I did it I substituted a few different shaped plates. If you use a base layer (of a single colour) it doesn't really matter too much what substitutions you make, so long as you stagger the bottom and top layers.
  • GalactusGalactus NLMember Posts: 255
    Although the instructions are by James Sutton, the article is written by @Huw, so maybe he can help you further? I believe that 1000Steine hosts certain files for Brickset (or at least it used to).
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