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Open air market booths (Shire board; terrain)...art draft ideas.

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This is posted mainly for (Darsc Zacal)...a member who suggested that I add an open air market to my (3D) shire. I think that the idea was fantastic and I will be starting work on this shire board piece in the very near future. I just wanted to let him see my art draft concept ideas for the booths that I will be building and the board will be designed as a combination idea of a farmers market & renaissance fair...I do want to give full credit to (Darsc Zacal) for the idea...thank you!

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I'm just glad you found my suggestion useful! ::):

 

I like all three of your ideas and I think a mix of them might be best to represent your market.

 

I will admit though, that the top design is my favourite of the three. Especially if you can build it to fit a mini or two behind the counter.

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I'm just glad you found my suggestion useful! ::):

 

I like all three of your ideas and I think a mix of them might be best to represent your market.

 

I will admit though, that the top design is my favourite of the three. Especially if you can build it to fit a mini or two behind the counter.

All (3) designs will be built for the variety of the view...and any booth with an interior will be scaled so that a figure or two can be behind the counter. I did the (3) art draft booth styles with given fair products in mind...so thus the varied booth designs will fit the products being sold.

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Aaaaaaand now I wanna build something like these with HA bits. Mold 220 ought to work nicely for that...

 

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