Jonathan Gilbert (aka Shmails) built a micro Abu Simbel, the famous temple carved into the side of a mountain in Egypt for the MCCVI over at Classic Castle. These micro constructions always fascinated me. I love the techniques to get those great details, such as the dozen of levers to represent the boat’s oars.
See more pictures at his gallery.
Peter Shutter illustrates a funny situation where the all-mighty pharaoh has to choose what he will wear today. Beside the cool scene, he made an interesting building with a classic Egyptian style.
This incredible Egyptian layout was assembled by group of builders Robin, Nathan, David, Brickbaron, Andrew, and Scott. The layout includes a small town, a set of cool boats, civilians working on their farms, a temple and, of course, the master piece of this layout – the great pyramid under construction.
See more pictures here.