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Town Hall by Built4ever Town Hall by Built4ever
My first try at designing this type of structure, this is an original design for a town hall, influenced by Northern European town architecture, especially Flanders. Arranged on a tee, main hall has spectacular vaulted ceiling, clerestory dormers, and second floor arcades for extra standing room during controversial meetings! No apologies architecture includes laid stone, carved stone accents, turrets and other projections, polychrome complex brick patterns, slate and tile roof material with polychrome geometric patterns influenced by the roofs of Burgundy, France, massive buttresses throughout, heavy timber roof framing, half-timbered third floor exterior, and a balcony to the front facing a small terrace for open air meetings and addresses when the weather is right! Drawn in pencil in my sketchbook at scale 1/16" = one foot.
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rakKun16 Nov 18, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Simply awesome.
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:iconlyacan:
Amazing drawing, loved your perspective.
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TURNIP-SLOP Oct 25, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Man I love this building, I want to live in it!! This is DD worthy for sure btw! :)
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mistereddy9044 Oct 24, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i wish i could build this so i could look inside D:
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:iconbuilt4ever:
Cathedral like, it will be.
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:iconlord-kiyo:
I say you did a good job on it. so much detail and interesting turns.
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T-Gwen Oct 24, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I must be dumb but I don't get how the roof of the meeting hall works, according to the front sketch... could you please make a really really fast perspective draw ? I'd actually like to make a 3d model out of this (just training ya know); thanks in advance :)
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