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This is booth #5 of my open air farmers market & renaissance fair (RPG) tabletop game board...it is the (Curio Shoppe = Nick Nack Nook). The booth & boxes are all scratch built...everything was used in the creation of this boot...beads (glass & wooden), real fabric, jewelry findings, N-scale nude railroad figures to make the bronze statues, a real fire opal gemstone (just to the left of the cross)...etc. The most tedious part of working on this piece was the critical placement of each and every item so that it/they complement each other...show but obscure each other enough to make it look like " organized chaos "...as you might see at a yard sale or thrift shop today. There are a couple of other items that will be placed (after I get the awning in place)...left to do (awning cover, selected signs, standard & items after awning is in place). PLEASE ADVISE...This is the 5th booth that I have featured/posted; if it has gotten too monotonous...please advise me and I will stop posting the booths from this project...thank you!
This is booth # 4 (Produce Market Booth) of my open air farmers market & renaissance fair table top (RPG) game board...Booth is scratch built; all wooden boxes/crates are scratch built...all produce items are buds & pickings off of artificial plants...bread/bottles/meat are all from wood, putty and stretched plastic sprue...honey jars are beads...barrel/knife/potato sack are from bits & pieces parts box. Left to do...cloth top, selected signs & standard...This piece took me 4 days to build and it was a lot of fun!
This is (booth # 2) in/of my farmers market & renaissance fair table top (RPG) game board. Booth constructed in the same manner as outlined for (booth # 3). This booth represents; 1. Potions 2. Lotions 3. Candles 4. Incense 5. Herbs 6. Soaps All items are jewelry bits & pieces, beads & scratch built carvings. Left to do: Cloth top, selected signs & standards.
This is (booth # 3) in/of my farmer market & renaissance fair table top (RPG) game board. I posted this one (it being the simplest booth to make...the (Fabrics & Rugs) booth. My process for the creation of this booth (as well as all the others) is as follows; 1. Raw wooden booth...stain with (Jacobean) wood stain (Minwax)... 2. Dry brush with...(Light Cinnamon)...Acrylic paint... 3. Dry brush with...(Taupe Safari)...Acrylic paint... 4. Wash with (50/50 mixture)...(Butterscotch Alcohol Ink & Water)... 5. Dry brush with...(Rust)...Pastel chalk powder... 6. Spray with...Lusterless flat spray... Materials are all real fabric cut to scale size (52" wide x 12' long)... Left to do are the cloth top (stripe white & ocher) and addition of small signs...