weapon racks, altars, lecterns, chandeliers, kneading trough, cupboard, ovens (the ones to make bread and pizza), dressers with mirrors, poster beds, fur carpets (bears, lions, monsters... with a sort of 2.5D head), sofa, chess tables... i can go over and over
not 2.5D, but TommyGun has fur rugs. he also has sofas, but they are probably more modern than you are looking for. the weapon racks that I've seen are not very good. I don't think they have to be difficult (a mirrored plane of weapons on a rack with the option of removing the space in between weapons, that slides into slots in end pieces). ovens and fireplaces seem natural, but I haven't seen any. I would like to see the other things mentioned as a primitive/rustic kitchen, also. I've seen archery targets, but never a quintain.
And there are lots of tents out there, but most need improvement. If you have tents you need a campfire.
I'm just rambling, sorry
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Post by BilliamBabble Inked Adventures on Mar 20, 2011 13:45:53 GMT -9
A weapons rack would be a very interesting challenge. Or even spears propped against each other.
An altar is a good one. For now I'll stick to rustic or simple structures for dungeons, but four poster bed and maybe even ovens or fireplaces for later. Stone bits: ...a well and a church font/fountain (with optional blood in basin)
Totally agree... all tents have to have campfires.
There's a problem I have with adventurer's camping tents is that they never look very medieval - I think of modern camping. Taller pavilion (? wrong word, I sure) style tents seem too aristocratic as well. Nonetheless my first go is a standard two frame tent. may try a small "yurt" later or a sheet shelter.
There's a problem I have with adventurer's camping tents is that they never look very medieval - I think of modern camping.
I think that this is 'cause (other than igloo framed tents) nothing is changed so much in tent's shapes. Maybe a roman-style tent (basically a tiny square house) is not so common in modern days and it can retain its "old style" better.
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