Monday, July 02, 2018

Terry Pratchett's Shed of Doom

In case you missed the most shedlike of Discworld's buildings at the Chalke Valley History Festival over the weekend, here is the key element pictured above. Based on drawings by Paul Kidby, designer of the Discworld book jackets, the shed is the work of Evil Harry Dread and comes in at 18ft high. Here it is being built:

Timelapse: Shed of Doom from Chalke Valley History Trust on Vimeo.

The show also included a recreation of Sir Terry's studio, known as The Chapel, inside Granny Aching's shepherd's hut.
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