Been fishing for your cherry trees and elven tables but don’t know what to do with all those pesky boats you’ve fished up? Let the ‘Maritime Theater Presents’ by Lillil@Greybriar (main name Lils) inspire you.
Go fishing and you soon find that some items accumulate. Cherry trees and lacy elven tables are in great demand but snowy rowboats and ferries are limited in use – until we saw the ‘Maritime Theatre Presents’. From the box office to the stage, boats form many of the structural and decorative elements of this dimension.
Above the entrance to the theatre, the wooden canopy is made from the prow of dories and in the star above the canopy are snowy rowboats. Move inside the theatre and the bottom of kelari river barges make the floor, while the theatre boxes along the sides are defined by the railings of a ferry. The scalloped decoration forming the edge of the stage are blue rowboats and the red stage curtains are fishing boats. The best use of fished up boats can be found on the wall at the rear of the theatre featuring blue floating sailing ships in star and chevron patterns.
The key to disguising boats is embedding unneeded boat parts in a handy wall, floor or ceiling. Plaza Aurentine is perfect for this, as would be the Breach Chamber and Empyrean Mills. Other dimensions may suit depending on where and how you could hide the unwanted bits.
Clever ideas are not restricted to the use of boats. The concession stand is filled with little delights like stasis tubes for drink dispensers and kelari vases for drink containers. A fire sky projector adds the dark misty light of a late evening in the city and lets the light inside the theatre glow, as if the house lights are down for a performance.
Best of all, Lils has created the best type of dimension, one that evokes a time and place, a feeling or memory. For me it’s holiday memories of all the seaside theatres and museums built from pieces of history, like great sailing boats and shipwrecks. I think Lils deserves a standing ovation.
Other Dimensions By Lils On Greybriar
The Snow Lotus by Lils
Sindoll’s Carnival by Sindoll
Springing To Life by Ahra