2021-03-18 (Th) Gravy Shock

I looked at the dimensions, and I had kitchen counters that were 4ft (1.2m) deep and a couch with a 3ft (1m) cushion. I grossly overestimated the size of things when I was sketching, so I scrapped the details and started over. This time, I knew what I wanted, and I knew what would happen during the 3D conversion. The ship also needed some necessities, like laundry facilities, air filtration, and water purification. There was ample space now that the excessive furniture was gone.
Remodeled downstairs

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Completed projects from year 7

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