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KISSING BOOTH...This is my 6th open air booth in my Renaissance Fair project.

 

DATA...This is a small kissing booth...scratch built on ceiling tile...size (2" x 2")...again shown from concept drawing to complete finish...the Reaper figure (although it exactly fits the piece) is just to show the scale of the finished piece.

 

Hope you like and enjoy this simple but cute little piece.

 

Paul (Catdancer)

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SPLENDID...a Kissing Booth is something I would never have thought of. It is a BEAUTIFUL little creation. GREAT WORK!

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SPLENDID...a Kissing Booth is something I would never have thought of. It is a BEAUTIFUL little creation. GREAT WORK!

Thank you malefactus! I really don't believe your comment...that you would not have thought of a kissing booth...as creative as your mind is...it is one of the most common today and I'm sure it was common back in the days of damsels and dragons.

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Have you posted a photo of this booth previously Catdancer?

 

I distinctly remember that mini and the sign featuring boob smooches, and that's not the sort of thing I normally forget. ^_^

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Have you posted a photo of this booth previously Catdancer?

 

I distinctly remember that mini and the sign featuring boob smooches, and that's not the sort of thing I normally forget. ^_^

Yes Darsc;

 

This was one of the booths that was featured in the (WIP) of my Ren Fair project...in fact about 6 to 8 were featured in the (WIP) series...but this is the first time that the finished pieces are being shown.

 

Paul (Catdancer)

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Very much enjoying seeing these as you finish them up. Are you looking for new ideas / extra notions or is the plan complete?

 

Do Ren Fairs have Wishing Wells? One I went to had a Jacob's Ladder game and a Wood Turner. I still have a wooden pen from the Wood Turner: looks like a 16th century implement on its exterior --- 20th century ink and ( BIC brand ) innards. He also had bowls, plates, mugs, pencil cups, etc.

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Very much enjoying seeing these as you finish them up. Are you looking for new ideas / extra notions or is the plan complete?

 

Do Ren Fairs have Wishing Wells? One I went to had a Jacob's Ladder game and a Wood Turner. I still have a wooden pen from the Wood Turner: looks like a 16th century implement on its exterior --- 20th century ink and ( BIC brand ) innards. He also had bowls, plates, mugs, pencil cups, etc.

Hi TGP;

 

For the time being; my Ren Fair has the initial (12 to 14 booths) that I started the project with...but as you know (a project like this is never done...there can always be additions...which I am sure that there will be to my project)...but before I even consider any new additions...I want to get the pieces I currently have finished and mounted...Once that is done...I'll look at it and see what I might want to add.

 

Paul (Catdancer)

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A fine and splendid model. 

The only criticism I can offer is the figure. Not that it's not a fine figure, and well painted, but she sure looks like she's sellin' a helluva lot more than just smooches.

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A fine and splendid model. 

 

The only criticism I can offer is the figure. Not that it's not a fine figure, and well painted, but she sure looks like she's sellin' a helluva lot more than just smooches.

Dr.Bedlam...Did you notice the sign under the shelf? " Ask about our other bargains "...maybe she is touting that!...But on a serious note, I think the figure is ideal for the booth (even thou the wench has a not so attractive face!

 

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