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@Paul/Catdancer. I remember you showed off some building interiors quite a while ago. Wasn't that an inn or maybe a bed and breakfast? I can't remember all the rooms but I do seem to remember a front desk (or bar) and cellar being two of the rooms.

Your memory serves you well. It was a project that I started for an all purpose (hotel/store/tavern) building...I had completed the (front desk area...the store room...the adventure shoppe...the blacksmith shoppe...the books & paintings shoppe)...but as I was working on it (the size of the building just got too large) in the scale (3ft by 2 ft)...so I scrapped the whole project!

 

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I am sorry to hear you scrapped that project, I liked what you had done with it up to that point.

 

As for the scribes booth, I am with the others, I love all your little details.  It makes the overall piece look alive and used, something that a lot of terrain lacks.

 

I can see how much time and effort you put into each piece and really enjoy looking at all the detail, I try to find anything you may have "hidden".

 

Thanks for posting all of these and please keep putting up more in the future.

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Dang no wonder your projects look so good!  Anything I build is basically a tactical building with charm.

 

I was going to suggest an inn or tavern to go with the fair, people need a place to sleep. A 2 story building would be cool.  But a one story pub could make sense as well, shelter for the faire attendees, a place to sit drink, maybe eat.

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It's exquisite, as all your Renaissance fair booths have been. I love the creative use you make of found objects and the personality, the sense that this is a world inhabited and lived-in.

 

I can understand scrapping the tavern project. These things are fun, but even at this scale they do start to take up a lot of room.

 

Thanks so much for sharing.

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@Paul/Catdancer. I remember you showed off some building interiors quite a while ago. Wasn't that an inn or maybe a bed and breakfast? I can't remember all the rooms but I do seem to remember a front desk (or bar) and cellar being two of the rooms.

 

Your memory serves you well. It was a project that I started for an all purpose (hotel/store/tavern) building...I had completed the (front desk area...the store room...the adventure shoppe...the blacksmith shoppe...the books & paintings shoppe)...but as I was working on it (the size of the building just got too large) in the scale (3ft by 2 ft)...so I scrapped the whole project!

 

Paul (Catdancer)

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Oh no! So sorry to hear that.

At least we still have your other projects to look forward to.

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