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Offline Birdie

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Re: 18th century/ sneaky pirates line
« Reply #20 on: March 28, 2020, 17:33:20 »
Why not? There are plenty about! And it's better than calling them ******* or ********, or even ***** !

You make a solid case.

Offline Janilew

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Re: 18th century/ sneaky pirates line
« Reply #21 on: October 11, 2020, 10:49:29 »
AT LONG LAST. After what felt like an eternity, I'm finally coming back to this idea! AND I finally finished my interior of the castle. It's just a first design, I might refine it, but here it is for now!
https://hlootooart.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/CastleBackView-scaled-e1602413000251.jpg

Sure is a nice palace. It would be a shame if someone....ransacked it>:D

I have no idea who this would appeal to, but it was fun to conceptualize. I used the actual Versailles' room interiors for inspiration. (Fun fact: Klickies can swing on the chandelier. :))

I'll do the furniture later, but for now.... I must rest...  :zz:
« Last Edit: October 11, 2020, 11:25:56 by Janilew »

Offline Janilew

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Re: 18th century/ sneaky pirates line
« Reply #22 on: October 13, 2020, 01:39:50 »
Also, the white panels in the brown room on the second story are placeholders for paintings (to be stolen of course), and the room dividers are actually arches. I imagine if this building were to be pitched, it could possibly appeal to boys and girls like this: have the "boy" side stress things like thievery and breaking and entering; and the "girl" side general princess-y stuff like ballroom dancing, dress up, tea parties (something I'd actually like to see!), etc. I'd take it even further by emphasizing the modular aspect, by selling add-ons and rooms with different purposes to appeal to both sides. Like maybe a ballroom is sold with one room add-on, and a war room or whatever is sold in another room add-on. Towers, a dungeon, a pavillion, an armed gate, a scullery, there are many different routes to take. And the best part is, it's up to the child of what goes in or out the castle!

Any suggestions/improvements to be made on this castle/palace are fully welcomed!