The stalls, as mentioned previously, are by Micro Arts Studio for their Wolsung range. Although my game in August is nominally set in Necromunda, I've expanded the setting slightly for these stalls. The wares on show have more of a north-African souk vibe I suppose!
The left-hand stall stocks some very useful pottery and decorative lamps. Both the lamps and pots are made from beads from a broken bracelet, provided by my daughter. The pierced lamps are unaltered beads, while the pots are round beads with a small metal hoop added to the top.
The central stall stocks a wide array of fruits and vegetables. In the photo at the top of the post, you should be able to see some exotic blue cauliflower type vegetables (cloves), some large berries or plums (mustard seeds) and squashes (cardamom pods).
On the other side of the stall, the rather fed up Eldar trader is trying to sell two varieties of small pumpkin (juniper berries) and another variety of squash (more cardamom pods). The price tags and little signs were a great idea - thanks to Seán aka theottovonbismarck.
I'm not entirely sure what the surly squat on the right is trying to sell. I think they're shields from an undead regiment - I'm not entirely sure why I had a stack of them in my bits box! I fancifully thought they might be some sort of ceremonial platter or decorative item that was displayed over doors on holy days, rather than simply being shields.
So that's another 3 terrain pieces done. Just 16 board tiles, 6 hab units and 3 more stalls to go. Oh, and 40 rioters :)