In the first month of my blog, I posted a creation The Blacksmith Shop. I had lots of fun building it, but it has been sitting in my room collecting dust for almost a year. Last week I rebuilt it:
I rebuilt the shop with two objectives in mind; to make a more complete inside, and to build an abstractly shaped base.
On one side of the shop, I’ve placed bins and racks to hold completed weapons:
The opposite side features a fire, an anvil, tools, and weapon supplies, as well as the shop window:
As for the base, I used a multitude of plates and angled plates to create a rough stone look:
In rebuilding the base, I took the opportunity to limit how far the shop can fold open. Restricting the “open angle” to ninety degrees gives the shop the look that it is on the corner of a market street:
I also enjoyed creating snow with curved and angled parts.
Thanks for reading today’s post, and I hope that you enjoyed it!