Hi Everyone! The timber frames I used in the Fire in the Hole piece inspired me to do a more Tudor style setting, and I decided to make it a companion piece to the Dungeon Master’s Hoard by making it a little supply shop that has, well, a little bit of anything that an adventurer might need.
There’s basic supplies (meats, salt, potatoes, grains, rope, bread, blankets, bedrolls), and there’s also some common profession-type items (blacksmithing hammer and iron ingots, book/quill/ink for the scribes, a big ball of yarn/thread for the tailor-types, sheets of parchment for the cartographers). But, I also tried to include at least one piece to represent many of the more common class-types in various RPGs. There’s: a shield and axe for the barbarian/warrior types, a bow and arrow for the hunter types, scrolls, medallion and spell book for the caster types, a cask of ale for the drunken brawler, a slingshot with slugs, dagger, and lockpicks for the rouges and other mischievous half-ling types, a spirit drum for the shaman type, a lute for the bards, and stakes/holy water/cross/silver-tipped cattail whip for the vampire/werewolf hunter types.
I used the GF to engrave/cut the timber frames, chain, cross charm, and display shelves from medium PG draftboard, and cut the three glass bottles out of Thick Clear Acrylic. The rest is all my standard hodgepodge of 1/16" chipboard, cardstock, hot glue (the meats, axe, dagger, bread, and slingshot are some of what I think are the more impressive hot glue sculpts), toothpicks, wire, embroidery thread, used some felt and suede lacing in this one, too. Overall dims 6" x 4" x 3.75".
Thank you everyone for stopping and taking a look, and until next creation, Happy Forging!