The Venetian Quarter is a staple for Carnevale players so we love to see our communities creative juices spill onto the streets. This weeks post is possible thanks to Michel and his vibrant city streets.
While the streets of Venice might not be the safest place to stroll. Since the great Rent appeared over the skies, they sure are bright in Michel’s mind. While large amounts of Carnevale players chose a darker paint theme for their boards, this is not the case here. Normally bright colours are used for the Gifted but here we have almost white buildings and brickwork across the board. Even the streets are done in a bright tone.
I love that the time has been taken to paint the buildings interiors, crests, doors and window frames. In addition to this is the scattering of moss leaching across the villa’s, bridges and streets. It’s also nice to see accessories such as the Floating Detritus and barrels being used across the three levels of play.
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