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This is the last piece of my (3D) shire that I can show. It is a tabletop game play scratchbuilt terrain piece (16"x14") and features the Sporting House, Sheriff Cottage & Jail...built on my standard ceiling tile base. The photos feature the following:

 

1. Overview of piece from the top.

2. Overview of piece from corner angle.

3. The balcony view of The Chateau (Sporting House).

4. Side details of (Sporting House).

5. The Sheriff cottage.

6. Small jail house.

7. Young lady on balcony of (Sporting House) doing local advertising.

8. Overall view of piece with game play figures (view 1).

9. Overall view of piece with game play figures (view 2).

 

I hope that you have enjoyed the viewing of the (9) shire game play terrain pieces that I have posted,,,(7) completed & (2) are WIP. Everything else is still in the raw initial stages of buildings being built (not very interesting and boring stuff). I appreciate all the comments and feedback that I received from a number of the members...Thanks loads!

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