Anker Nativity II

On Friday I posted the smallest of the Anker Nativity buildings.

Tonight I will move to the next largest. This one has two pages for the drawing in the plan book.

Anchor Blocks - Anker Nativity Scene - Ankerstein - Toy BlocksI posted the second page first to show the back of the building. In the list of buildings in the plan book, this design is listed as Crib. In this drawing we also have a shepherd with his sheep and dogs and a woman getting water from the well.

ankerstein, nativity scene, nativity, building blocks, christmasAnother neat element is the large open space on the back of the building. It is designed so that you can put an opaque sheet of paper with an image in the opening. You can then back light the image and have a background inside the building.

Anchor Stones - Anker Nativity Scene - Building Blocks - Christmas Scene - CribNow for the front of the crib. Here we see a more traditional nativity scene. We see the different animals, the family, the wise men and an angel and star in the sky. We will not discuss whether the wise men were really here at this time. We will just enjoy the artistic representation.

ankerstein, nativity scene, nativity, building blocks, christmasThis structure was built with four boxes of stones – 6, 6A, 8A and 10A. These four boxes of stones make up set number NF12. If you contrast this structure from the one that I posted last week, you will see that it is not only bigger, but it also has more details since some of the blocks are smaller and there are also new shapes.

You can visit my first post about Ankerstein to find out more about how the set system works.

I have two more Nativity scenes to share that are built with Ankerstein. Look for them sometime before next Friday.

Steven

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