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Palace Throne Room . The detailed throne room of a palace. A red carpet with blue and yellow borders leads to the king's throne. . Another view of the carpet and throne. Here one can tell that the floor is completely SNOTted. A front view. This palace rests on a 32x32 tan base. Side view. As the baseplates are tan, I had to pile a lot of green bricks and plates on. Rear view. At this point, I ran out of green bricks, so I got creative with some plant elements. Another Side View. Notice the change in elevation. This was done when I ran out of green plates. Yet another front view. Top view. Another view from above. Another angle showing the floor, throne, and windows. Another view of the throne and windows. There is a stained glass window behind the throne, but it is hard to see from any photos except the back view. A view of the pillar and stairs. Here you can see the way in which the pillar was constructed. The windows, the top of the throne, and the flowers. Detail on the walls. A close up of one of the wall techniques. I used two Tile 1x1 with Clip stacked on top of each other. The flower arrangement; one of my favorite details. Feedback is welcome.

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