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I want to recreate a few things I saw but I don't know what pieces I need. Can you identify these bricks so I can buy them on Bricklink?

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Most of the bricks seen there are fairly common - plates, tiles, round bricks (2x2, 1x1 and cone 1x1).

Among the "uncommon" parts I can tell:

The SNOT in the scroll is particularly tricky - the correct alignment between a curved slope and the 2x2 round bricks cannot be achieved with the usual parts used for SNOT, as far as I can tell (bricks with stud on side, etc).

For that SNOT assembly, I'll suggest using 1x1 plate with bar handle on long stem together with 1x1 plate with horizontal clip plus a few plates, like so:

SNOT assembly

As for the stickers, they seem custom-made.

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  • What's SNOT? I've not heard that one before. Aug 22 at 9:54
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  • I got some Technic thick liftarm, 2-long in blue and Round 1x1 plate with swirl, in silver and some Bar 4L in reddish brown. I tried putting it all together and the bars are too small to hold it all together...they fall out of the Round plates and liftarms.
    – iluivatar
    Aug 26 at 20:48
  • Unfortunately I cannot know how it is held internally. Maybe they're held by non-lego means, such as plasticine or clay. Aug 26 at 22:32
  • Bars inserted through technic pins? Aug 28 at 16:02

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