In the middle of composing a much larger post, I thought I'd take a break to squeeze out another urban tile. I'm still evolving my technique and this time I added chimneys, a few skylights, a well/fountain, and a market tent (that thing that looks like a spider web). The cluster of buildings in the center of the tile should be a good area for roof-hooping and there are hints that the buildings in the lower left of that section are taller than those to the immediate northeast. There are three fenced/walled in areas that are more or less clear (the area in the central area is perhaps less clear than the other two).
I'm thinking that this tile is another relatively well-to-do area. My next tiles will need to start focusing on more ramshackle parts of town.
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