Alcott’s Little Women: A Role-Playing Game? Part III

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  1. krissW says:

    ooooh, super duper gorgeous! was wondering why it was taking u so long……but totally worth the wait! luuuuv it! so 3D game-ish, whatever dat means!

  2. Ann says:

    Beatiful! Would the cabinet have been japanned and decoupaged?
    I think the landscape seen from the French doors is too much like a park than a garden… I have the impression that there were neighboring houses beside the Laurences although maybe there shouldn’t be otherwise they ought to have been mentioned.

    • Thanks for the comment! The cabinet is made of solid, polished oak and has floral marquetry in maple. I could easily imagine it being japanned and decoupaged, as European Chinoiserie was popular during the late 18th century. It would have been covered in black lacquer and decorated with a landscape of pagodas, Oriental trees and stylized birds. Since the Mr. Laurence was involved in East Indies trade I could imagine their home having an exotic piece or two. I did consider a lacquered piece for this project but Chinoiserie/Japonais gold-leafing is complicated and would taken me a much longer amount of time to finish (not to mention the model becoming heavier in terms of data size). It would be a great project someday, though!

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