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I am creating a physical paper model of Katterogvil, a city-state in Katterog. Although I am far from completing it, the model will have a width of 1.2 meters, and a length of 1.6 meters. A typical building in the city is only 4-8 cubic centimeters. The goal is similar to that of Katterog as a whole; I want to make it complicated and realistic. As such, it will include all the facilities that a normal city would have. Accounting for all the potential dangers in a real city is the most difficult, and most interesting part. Additionally, I want to include small references to real life all throughout the city. Particularly, I want the city to contain a building representing everyone I know. If you know me and we have not already discussed this, please hit me up and let me know what kind of building you want in the city. I would prefer you to ask for something like a shop or restaurant, but it's okay if you want something else, as long as it's realistic. I will release updates and images upon reaching milestones in the construction process. I am currently in the planning phase, drawing the city, but not actually making buildings yet. (You can request a building anytime you want, though; I'll write it down.)

Update 29 July 2018: I have completed the 2D form of the city. A plan has been drawn out showing where all the buildings will go. It's hard to get a good picture of such a large piece of paper, but this was the best I could do. Most of the buildings are visible if you look closely. They take a wide variety of shapes, but most are rectangular. I will only be putting care into buildings that were requested, or that I just feel like putting care into. There are far too many for me to put time into all of them, assuming I want to finish within a year or so.


Update 19 Octover 2018: City is starting to take shape. By tackling the process section by section, I have inadvertantly yet effectively established the city's neighborhoods, and have started to give them names, such as Nortgulvan, the chubby peninsula at the bottom left of this photo.