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Scribe booth...(WIP...tabletop fantasy terrain)...

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This is the scribe booth (letter & message writer)...this is the last booth in my open air farmers market & renaissance fair table top board for my shire/town. It has been a long month of steady daily work...but they are all done.

 

The next step in this project will be additional interior details to some of the booths...varied signs of an appropriate nature for varied booths...standards & pennants for most of the booths. Once that is done; I am taking a rest from this project before I start the work on the actual base that all these booths will be attached to.

 

I hope that all the members who have followed me through this project...from the suggested idea & concept from Daesc Zacal to this last booth posting and have enjoyed some of my endeavors. Thank you for all your ideas & suggestions.

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This one looks quite detailed. Very nice.

 

I like that you have included the obligatory skull with melted candle on the desk.

 

::):

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This one looks quite detailed. Very nice.

 

I like that you have included the obligatory skull with melted candle on the desk.

 

::):

So what do you think of what your simple suggestion about 5 weeks ago grew into???

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I can hardly wait to see everything staged together in the final display. I had never expected your marketplace would consist of sooo many booths.

 

I'm expecting to be impressed. :;):

 

I know its been said before, but I'll say it again, the speed with which you are able to accomplish such great quality and detailed work is simply oustanding. My hat is off to to sir!

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That is a BEAUTY. All the details really make the piece something special. It looks to be a permanent temporary business location...reminds me of the Renaissance Fair in Sterling, N.Y.. VERY WELL DONE!

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