Market Sheds

USD $18.95

This Market Sheds set contains three large shop clusters for use in a medieval/fantasy setting. Each cluster comes as a “full” version and an “empty” version, to allow for further variety (or to use as if abandoned).

Clusters include: a bookseller, a hot food counter, an adventurers outfitters, a cantina, an apothecary, a spice stand, a loading winch, a offerings and votive stall, a guard/scribe/official kiosk, and a saddlery.

Use these models as well as the Market Stalls, Cantina Furniture, and the Wightwood Abbey Peddlers’ Stalls to enhance your market scenes.

  • Contains three large shop clusters
  • 8″ x 8″ (200 x 200) bed size recommended
  • Prints at 28mm, can be rescaled before printing
  • Includes pre-supported files for FDM printing
  • Includes pre-supported files for resin printing (min build volume 192 x 120 x 200 mm)
  • Includes unsupported versions of files

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These 3D printable Market Sheds are part of the Torbridge Cull 3D printed terrain set.

“The sheds have been here for ages. Since before I was born. I’ve seen a few different sellers move in and out, but some have been there as long as I can remember. Torbridge Cull wouldn’t be the same without them. They are part of this place as much as the Abbey.” – Demett Felp, a town square regular

The Torbridge Cull market boasts a wide variety of goods despite being in a run-down border town on the edge of the wilderness. Perhaps it is because of the history of the place, and the fact that Wightwood Abbey and the presence of Lord Tymore not too far away lend the place an air of prosperity and value. The people who stayed in Torbridge Cull after the town started spiraling into neglect are resourceful indeed, and the merchants among them have set up frugal but invaluable establishments for any who live or visit the ‘Cull. Between the stalls and sheds that occupy the square, one can find most of what they would need (and some things they definitely don’t) to live in town, or adventure beyond it.

Add these 3D printable market sheds to your tabletop collection today!