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Djenne Market

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 3rd Place  entry from Lotting Challenge (S3-03-C)

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55  TOTAL Points

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Realistic recreation of the Monday market in Djenne, Mali. 1,200+ props crammed onto a 3x6 tile.

NOTE: This picture is used to simply show the lot "in action". Due to the restrictions of the contest, only the market portion in the center of the picture could be uploaded. If you still are unsure about what portion I'm uploading, please consult my STEX submission for a clear picture of just the market. Thanks.


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      8x10 Plop & Grow CS$$
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           Flamability : 40
       

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