To be fair, the second one isn't completely finished and still needs a canopy (awning ? cover ?), but it does fill this post out and allows me to show it again in another post with awning !
Other than the "Eureka" 28mm figures both the models and their contents were scratch-built from the inevitable bits and pieces I have available and hoarded over the years.
I think it's pretty obvious what both stalls are selling and I've included pics of both before and after canopying (that's a word right ?) to enable viewing of their contents.
First up the pottery stall before having its canopy fitted :
|Other side view|
|Side view with canopy|
|Three-quarter view with canopy|
|Side view (Bored yet ? - Ed.)|
|Other side view (How about now ? - Ed,)|
The stall is for cloth, sadly I haven't thought out how to get a figure behind the counter before I add the canopy !
|Front view (bit obvious)|
|Side view - obligatory blurry pic. (Only slightly blurry - Ed.)|
|Obvious rear view|
|Rear three-quarter view (Padding - Ed.)|
|Another three-quarter view (Blatant padding - Ed,)|
|Aerial view showing the mess it really is and the need for a canopy|
I did manage an hour a day (at least) to finish these and TBH I'm really sick of these and will be pleased when I've finished these.
In good news my Afghans arrived this week and they do look good but I can't say I'm looking forward to the hell that will be assembling them, let alone having to paint the damn things - but needs must I guess.
So that's it then for another week, thanks for taking the time to visit, hopefully there is something here of interest and as always your comments, criticisms, bouquets and brickbats are always welcomed and appreciated.
Stay safe everyone.