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Ships Chapel
The size constraints on these challenges are killing me! My favorite part of this build is the stained glass.
About this creation
A build for Ships Chapel Building Challenge





Getting ready for services to begin.








Here we see four of the required items: Podium, water source, bookshelf (with books), and the stained glass.









Here is the incense burner.









With required seating for 14, a balcony is a must.









Rev. Sonny Dei (pronounced "Day") is ready for services.








Comments

 I like it 
  April 19, 2013
Huston to Pauper... Houston to Pauper... Come in Pauper. Over.
 I like it 
  June 22, 2012
Really great work on the stained glass!
The Pied Pauper $$
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Kurt Barlow
  June 21, 2012
Pauper I envy your photographic skills, your models are always so well presented. I think your window trumps mine in terms of complexity, its just nicer to look at. Your Chaplain seems alot nicer too. Cheers and best of luck with the XCOM!
 I like it 
  June 20, 2012
Wonderful window, Pied!
  June 20, 2012
I concur, the size constraints are killer, but you did a very nice job of execution.
 
By The Pied Pauper $$
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